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Taking place at its iconic new site of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Wireless is back for its ninth consecutive year this July.
Superstar Justin Timberlake is confirmed to headline on Friday 12th July and music megastar Jay Z is confirmed on Saturday July 13th.
Unlike their separate headlining dates, on Sunday 14th July, Justin Timberlake and Jay Z will also be sharing the stage as a special preview to their North American Legends of The Summer Stadium Tour. Groundbreaking hip-hop pioneers A Tribe Called Quest are also confirmed for their first UK show in twenty years.
Wireless Festival is the UK's number one urban/pop festival and the destination of the summer. A dazzling open-air live music experience, it offers a chance to experience the excitement of watching the best in popular music in one of London's most iconic sites.
With many more acts and details still to be unveiled, Wireless Festival 2013 is set to be the biggest and best event on the Summer's musical calendar.
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