Top 5 Artists to see at Wireless Festival 2017

By Tobi Olasupo – Photography Manager

Wireless Festival 2017 returns to Finsbury Park once again after a triumph event last year. The Weeknd, Skepta and Chance the Rapper have been confirmed as headliners. Here are five acts who you should see throughout the weekend.

1. G-Eazy

For the second time, the man from The Bay comes back to Wireless. G-Eazy adds a touch of tradition and class to his music and his live performances. After releasing a new project with Carnage. We hope to see him perform a variation of his recent projects as well as music from his platinum album ‘When It’s Dark Out’. G-Eazy will be performing on the Friday.

G-Eazy – Photo by Grady Brannan

2. Tory Lanez

Canadian singer-rapper Tory Lanez will be joining us in the UK for the second time this year after his sold out ‘I Told You’ tour came here back in April. Having a distinctive interactive feel in all of his performances, we wonder where he will climb in Finsbury Park this year! Tory Lanez will be performing on the Sunday.

Tory Lanez – Photo by Getty Images

3. Abra Cadabra

One of the UK’s biggest new artist will be joining Wireless line up this year. After breaking onto the scene with his hit ‘Robbery’, Abra Cadabra is bound to give an unforgettable performance. He was also the latest recipient for the Mobo Award in ‘Best Song’. He will be performing on the Sunday.

Abra Cadabra – Photo by Tobi Olasupo (TKNBYT)

4. Travis Scott

Getting Goosebumps? Then you’ll definitely need to see Travis Scott live at Wireless this year, after having a successful year with his album ‘Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight’ and countless collaborations with Kanye West, this isn’t one to miss! Travis Scott will be performing on the Saturday.

Travis Scott – Photo by Erika Goldring_Getty Images

5. Skepta

The headliner for Saturday and co-founder of Boy Better Know will not be one to miss at Wireless! Being a pioneer in the comeback of grime music and his bromance with Canadian Rapper Drake (Skepta features on Drake’s latest album ‘Views’), Skepta hasn’t gone amiss at all with his album ‘Konnichiwa’ peaking at number 2 on the UK music charts. We wonder if the rest of Boy Better Know will be assisting along with their newest ‘honourary’ member…Skepta will be headlining the main stage on Saturday.

Skepta – Photo by Ollie Millington/Redferns

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