Wireless Festival 2018: J Cole, Stormzy And DJ Khaled To Headline Lineup
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Are you sick of winter yet? Can't wait for the summer to roll back around?
Well - here's some good news. It's that time of the year where the excitement really starts to ramp up as we start to learn which of the biggest musical acts in the world will feature at this year's festivals.
You can get yourself through the long nights sat at home avoiding the wet and cold weather by thinking about all the great times you'll spend this summer standing outside in a field in the cold and wet weather.
There's no Glastonbury this year, so you might have to look a bit harder to find the one for you. How about Wireless festival in Finsbury Park? They've just announced their lineup for the event that will take place between 6-8 July 2018.
It's a pretty big one too. J Cole, Stormzy, and DJ Khaled will be headlining. This will be DJ Khaled's first ever UK appearance too, and he's bringing a load of 'friends' with him for the show.
The Friday bill is headlined by J Cole, but lower down the bill there is also Post Malone, the Godfather of Grime - Wiley, and Big Sean to be going on with.
Saturday will see Stormzy headline the main stage with support from Migos. J Hus and French Montana are also on the bill for that day.
Wrapping up the whole festival on the Sunday night will be DJ Khaled and Friends - whoever that will be - and also featuring on the festival's last day are Giggs, Cardi B, and Rae Sremmurd.
That's just the top of the bill though. There are a whole host of other acts that will feature over the weekend, all well worth checking out.
Some of hip-hop's hottest rising stars will also turn out. Lil Pump, and his mate Smokepurpp will be there on Sunday, as will Rick Ross.
If it's hilarious names you want, you can go and see Ski Mask the Slump God, or A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.
Tickets are on sale now and you can get hold of a full weekend pass for £160, or day passes for between £55 and £62.
The event is in London's Finsbury Park and has the advantage of not being a camping festival - so you can at least go and have a shower somewhere after each day.
The downside is that you'll have to fork out for somewhere to stay in London.