Wireless Festival has revealed details of its 2017 lineup.

Chance The Rapper, Skepta and The Weeknd will headline this year's event on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

The annual festival returns to Finsbury Park from July 7 to July 9.

Joining the Friday lineup includes Bryson Tiller, Zara Larrson, G-Eazy whilst Wiley will join Skepta on Saturday July 8 with US artists Lil Yachty, Rae Sremmurd and Young Thug as well as Sean Paul.

On Sunday July 9 NAS, Ty Dolla Sign, Desiigner and Wizkid make up the line up with The Weeknd, who plays at the O2 Arena next month .

The Weeknd
The Weeknd

The festival is returning to its hip hop dominated lineup after last year's event drew some criticism for a dance-heavy bill.

Last year's festival saw a headline set from Calvin Harris, whilst Chase & Status and J. Cole and Kygo and Boy Better Know co-headlined on the following days.

Other big named performers included Future, Jess Glynne, The 1975, Krept & Kronan and Miguel and Martin Garrix.

The music event has previously been held in Hyde Park, Olympic Park as well as Leeds and Birmingham.

When do tickets go on sale?

They went on sale at 7.30am on Thursday February 23.

How much are tickets?

Day tickets are priced at £62, two day tickets are £175, whilst three day tickets are £175, plus a booking fee.

Where can I buy tickets?

You can get tickets from Ticketmaster and www.wirelessfestival.co.uk

How to get there?

Wireless Festival is held at Finsbury Park, London, N4 with the event being held in the south end of the park itself.

Coach

Big Green Coach are operating direct day return coaches from 20 locations across the UK.

Pickup points include:Birmingham, Bournemouth, Brighton, Bristol, Canterbury, Cardiff, Chelmsford, Colchester, Coventry, Crawley, Dover, Gillingham, Guildford, Ipswich, Newport, Norwich, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton and Swindon and you will be taken right into the festival.

Train

Finsbury Park Overground station is the nearest stop to the festival.

A number of Nation Rail services from King's Cross and Moorgate stop there.

Check the timetables and plan your journey to the festival in advance via Raileasy , The Trainline or National Rail .

To get to the festival, leave the station via the Seven Sisters Road entrance/exit and walk along Seven Sisters Road for a few minutes until you reach the park entrance. The festival main entrance will be near to this and will be clearly visible and sign-posted.

Meanwhile to get there via the tube Finsbury Park is served by two Tube stations – Finsbury Park (Victoria and Piccadilly lines) and Manor House (Piccadilly line), however they will be very busy on the day.

What's the full line up?

The lineup so far includes:

Friday: Chance the Rapper - Bryson Tiller - G Eazy - Zara Larrson - Post Malone - Flatbush Zombies - Lil Dicky - Big Narstie - Noname - Nef the Pahroah

Saturday: Skepta - Rae Sremmurd - Young Thug - Sean Paul - Lil Yachty - Wiley - Section Boyz - Yungen - Dave - Mostack - Jez Dior - The Age of L.U.N.A - Big Tobz - Young T and Bugsey - DJ Charlsey

Sunday: The Weeknd - NAS - Tory Lanez - Ty Dolla $ign - Wizkid - Lil Uzi Vert - Tyga - Desiigner - Hilltop Hoods - Mike Skinner presents Tonga - Stefflon Don - Yuna - Cadet - AJ X Deno - Abra Cadabra - Topaz Jones - DJ Charlsey

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