Twenty-six-year-old rapper Cardi B will take the stage in Finsbury Park in London this summer when she makes her Wireless Festival debut in a co-headlining slot with hip- hop trio Migos — made up of her estranged husband Offset, as well as Quavo and Takeoff — and fans can expect to hear global hits such as “Bodak Yellow,” “I Like It” and “Bartier Cardi” as she fronts the iconic main stage.
Cardi will perform on Friday, July 5, alongside her husband Offset, 27, whom she split with at the end of last year, although the pair are reportedly working on their relationship for the sake of their 6-month-old daughter Kulture.
Travis Scott will return to headline on Saturday, July 6 in a U.K. festival exclusive performance fresh off his 2018 Astroworld Tour. Closing the festival on Sunday, July 7 in another U.K. exclusive is the successor to New York’s golden age of hip-hop legends, A$AP Rocky.
One of Atlanta‘s biggest hip-hop contributors, Future, joins the lineup for a special performance and the only chance to see him in the U.K.
Since bursting onto the scene, the self-proclaimed rock star and “XO Tour Lif3” hitmaker Lil Uzi Vert has truly shaken up modern hip-hop and will be performing a high-energy set at this year’s festival. Heralded as one of popular music’s most charismatic and crowd-pleasing live performers, Young Thug is also added to the lineup.
R&B singer-songwriter Ella Mai and U.K. rising star IAMDDB — who will be bringing her mesmerizing trap-jazz vocals and infectious hits including “Shade” — will also be playing at Finsbury Park.
The event will take place from the July 5-7, and tickets are available at https://www.wirelessfestival.