The first weekend in July (July 1–3) saw a tonne of fantastic concerts at London’s Crystal Palace Park, kicking off Wireless 2022. For the first time ever, the festival takes place in three different venues as the music event continues in Finsbury Park and Birmingham this weekend.
Seven headliners including A$AP Rocky, J.Cole, and Tyler The Creator were just a few of the artists who entertained festival attendees.
After being denied admission to the UK in 2010, Chris Brown performed on Friday at his first UK festival in 12 years. This coming Saturday, July 9, Chris Brown will host a totally unique Wireless Festival afterparty at Bambu Birmingham. Only final release tickets are still available on Skiddle for the night, which runs from 10 p.m. until 4 a.m. Following his performance in Wireless, Chris Brown’s first solo event in the UK in 12 years will be the afterparty at Bambu Birmingham. One of Birmingham’s oldest and most well-liked nightclubs, the boutique club frequently hosts famous people.
ASAP Rocky, performed for the first time in the UK in six years. To the surprise of the excited audience, he appeared overjoyed to be on stage on the opening day of the party. He wore a black t-shirt, hoodie, and black leather jacket to keep things casual.
But Tyler, the Creator and his much anticipated headline performance are without a doubt the actual star of the day. Tyler humorously climbed to the top of his stage set, a three-tiered mound of grass, as he entered the stage wearing a trapper hat, a brown down jacket, and shorts before launching into a number of songs off his most recent album, “Call Me If You Get Lost.”
For the rest of Wireless highlights, see below:
If you weren’t able to attend the activities at Crystal Palace Park, don’t panic. This weekend, July 8–11, the Birmingham NEC will host Outdoor, a three-day event, and Wireless will continue with three-day activities in London’s Finsbury Park. See below for artists:
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