2-4 July / Finsbury Park, London

Wireless 2021



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About Wireless Festival

Wireless is an urban music festival in the UK based in Finsbury Park in London.

Wireless 2021 takes place over three days from Friday 2 - Sunday 4 July 2020. The festival showcases some of the best live music acts from grime, RnB, rap, hip-hop, pop, dance and much more across the weekend..

Wireless is undoubtedly one of the best London weekends of entertainment in the UK festival calendar. Based in central London, the festival venue is in easy reach of the city so fans can continue the party late into the night in the capital. The London festival has a capacity of around 50,000 and three stages of live music to enjoy in the stunning Finsbury Park's 110-acre site. Wireless festival mixes music from international icons along with up and coming artists breaking into the urban music scene. Festival fans are entertained by dance beats, DJ sets, hip-hop and disco along with some of the world's best rappers and grime acts across the weekend. There is also plenty of street food and drink to enjoy, along with chill out areas to relax in during a break from dancing.

Host to some of the biggest music stars in the world, Wireless also introduces breakthrough new music acts to discover across the weekend. With all of this and more, it's no wonder that Wireless is now London's top urban music festival.




Where is Wireless?

Wireless is based in Finsbury Park, London. The address for the festival is Finsbury Park, London, N4 1EE. The festival address is within the London Borough of Harringay.

How to get to Wireless in Finsbury Park:

  • By Tube/Underground – The closest stations to Finsbury Park are Manor House Station which services the Piccadilly Line, and Finsbury Park station which services both the Piccadilly and Victoria lines.
  • By Bus - The bus routes 4, 19, 29, 106, 141, 153, 210, 236, 253, 254, 259, 279, 341, W3, W7 stop close-by Finsbury Park. Please note some diversions may be in place on the festival weekend.
  • By Train - Finsbury Park Station is the closest rail station which also services Kings Cross station.
  • By Car - There is no car parking available at the site. Public transport is highly recommended.

Plan your journey to Wireless using the TFL Journey Planner.

When is Wireless Festival?

Wireless 2021 takes place over three days from Friday 2 July until Sunday 4 July 2021.

Is Wireless a family friendly festival? Are there age restrictions?

Wireless is not suitable for young children and children under 5 years of age will not be permitted to enter the site. Children between 5-15 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. You can enter on your own if you are over 16 years of age. Photo ID is required and ID checks will be in place.

What can you bring to Wireless?

You need to bring your ticket, photo ID and travel essentials such as Oyster Card. You cannot bring in any food or alcohol and bag searches will be in place. Banned Items will be confiscated. Only bags which are an A4 size (W21cm x H30cm x D8cm) or smaller are permitted. There are no cloakroom or storage facilities on site.

Can you camp at Wireless?

Wireless is a non-camping festival and you must leave and re-enter the site each day. As the event is located in central London, there are plenty of accommodation and public transport options nearby.

Are accessible tickets available?

Accessible tickets can be booked for Wireless, including a two for one ticket policy for access customers plus one essential companion, personal assistant or carer. The Access booking period for Wireless 2020 is not yet open. Sign up for the Access Mailing List to be the first to know when Access applications are open. Email access@wirelessfestival.co.uk or phone 0207 009 3490/ 0207 009 3487 for all Access Enquiries. Visit Wireless Access for more information about the festival’s disabled access and facilities.

Read more about access tickets on our Accessibility Help Page for general information about access and events.

Please note that Ticketmaster can only deal with questions and issues regarding tickets. For all other enquiries regarding the festival, please visit the Wireless website or contact them directly.