Line up for 2021 Wireless Festival announced as tickets prepare to go on sale

Kerry Martin
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LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 29:  Skepta performs at Olympia London on November 29, 2019 in London, England.  (Photo by Joseph Okpako/WireImage)
Skepta performs at Olympia London on November 29, 2019 in London (Joseph Okpako/WireImage)

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Wireless Festival has announced its 2021 line-up today, with Future, Skepta and Migos set as headliners.

The three-day event will take place at Crystal Palace Park on 10-12 September this year.

Future will headline the event on Friday 10 September, while Saturday visitors can reportedly expect “an exclusive greatest hits set” from headliner Skepta. 

Migos will then round off the festival headlining on Sunday.

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Taking place in its new location at Crystal Palace Park after six years in Finsbury Park, attendees can also expect to see AJ Tracey, D-Block Europe, Megan Thee Stallion, Rick Ross and many more.

Read: Adele and grime star Skepta rumoured to be dating

Final release tickets go on sale at midday on Thursday, 29 April, but Barclaycard customers can get exclusive access to tickets now.

Megan Thee Stallion, winner of the awards for best rap song and best rap performance for
Megan Thee Stallion, winner of the awards for best rap song and best rap performance for "Savage Remix" and best new artist at the 63rd annual Grammy Awards. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP)

The 2020 edition of the festival was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Singer Mahalia, tweeted about the festival’s lineup announcement, highlighting the lack of female acts featured:

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Another Twitter user, highlighted just five female acts on this year's set list:

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That tweet tagged pop star Lily Allen as this is not the first time the festival has announced a line up heavily in favour of male artists. In 2018 Allen tweeted: "the struggle is real" as she showed that only three female artists had been booked that year.

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Social media personality and YouTuber Harry Pinero tweeted in agreement with the lack of diversity: 

"Nah Wireless are violating with that line up, there are BARE ladies who have shelled this year and should be there." 

Shop Wireless Festival tickets from Ticketmaster on the 29 April