Wireless Festival 2012 News
Live Nation, the promoter of Wireless Festival and Hard Rock Calling, have confirmed they have secured exclusive rights to host concerts in the London Olympic site during 2013.
London's Olympic Stadium is due to re-open in July with a series of live music events, according to online reports.
Events promoter AEG Live have been awarded a contract to stage concerts at London's Hyde Park.
The company behind events, including Wireless, Hard Rock Calling and Live 8, has cited issues such as noise restrictions for the decision to leave the tender process to host events at London's Hyde Park.
Live Nation, the promoters of Barclaycard Wireless Festival, today issued a warning to fans arriving in Hyde Park for the festival's final day, following a number of people with counterfeit tickets having to be turned away.
The Wireless Festival returns to London's Hyde Park this weekend (6-8 July) for another three-day blowout.
All the stage times for Wireless 2012 at London's Hyde Park this weekend have been announced through the official festival website.
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Wireless Festival organisers have denied reports that Rihanna is set to pull out of her headline appearance at the festival.
Afrojack, Santigold and more are the latest additions.
British-born rapper Example has spoken out about the health of the UK festival scene after the cancellation of Sonisphere 2012.
Labrinth, Modestep, The Weeknd and Chiddy Bang lead the latest announcements for Wireless Festival 2012.
Two major live music figures will attempt to walk 144 miles from Donington to Hyde Park in aid of Cancer Research.
Deadmau5 is the third and final headliner to be announced for Wireless Festival 2012.
US hip-hop stars Nicki Minaj and Pitbull head the list of new names announced for Wireless Festival 2012.
Westminister Council ruled in favour of live concerts in Hyde Park being cut with smaller crowds and greater monitoring for noise levels.
Wireless Festival 2012 and Hyde Park shows by Madonna and Bruce Springsteen could be under threat after local residents complained about the noise.
Drake has been confirmed as the Saturday night headliner at Wireless Festival 2012.
J.Cole and Rizzle Kicks are amongst the new acts confirmed for the closing day of Wireless Festival this July.
Wireless Festival in London will announce the 2012 line up Tuesday next week.
The internet has put on a floppy hat and gone crazy over the last few days with talk of The Stone Roses reforming for shows next year.