99 Souls / A2 / Action Bronson / Anderson Paak And The Free Nationals / Angel / Anne Marie / Asap Ferg / Big Narstie / Big Sean / Bomba Estereo / Boy Better Know / Bryson Tiller / Bugzy Malone / Calvin Harris / Chase And Status / Coco Cole / Craig David / Dawin / Dillon Francis / Disciples / Dj Charlesy / Dj Semtex / Dua Lipa / Elf Kid / Emily Rawson / Father / Fekky / Fergie / Future / Geko / Ghetts / J Cole / Jahkoy / Jay Sean / Jeremih / Jess Glynne / Jorja Smith / Kehlani / Krept And Konan / Kstewart / Kurupt Fm / Kwabs / Kygo / Lady Leshurr / Logan Sama / Martin Garrix / Maverick Sabre / Metro Boomin / Miguel / Nadia Rose / Natalie La Rose / Newham Generals / Petite Meller / Rude Kid / Sarah Harrison / Section Boyz / Shakka / Sigma / Siobhan Bell / Sonny Digital / Star One / The 1975 / The Manor / Thomas Jack / Ty Dolla Sign / Vic Mensa / Vince Staples / Wilkinson / Wizkid / Work It Djs / Wstrn / Yelawolf / Young Thug / Yungen + many more
From its inception in 2005 until 2008, the festival was sponsored by telecommunications company O2, and was called the O2 Wireless Festival. From 2009 to 2012, the main sponsor was Barclaycard and the festival renamed to Barclaycard Wireless Festival. For 2013, the sponsor changed to Yahoo!, and was renamed to Yahoo! Wireless. The 2014 Wireless Festival was held in Finsbury Park in North London for the first time, as well as Perry Park in Birmingham. The 2015 Wireless Fesitval took place at Finsbury Park and was sponsored by the fashion retailer New Look with an extra day added due to it being 10 years since the first event.
2016 will mark a return to Finsbury Park, London for the 3rd year running and with a lineup that will surprise and please most disconcerting festival goers.
Published Sun. 22nd of May 2016
Updated Mon. 29th of Jan 2018