Date: 21 Jun 2006
- 25 Jun 2006
Venue: London Hyde Park, UK
(UK Festivals Awards)
Depeche Mode close Wireless
Electro-rockers Depeche Mode closed the second ever Wireless Festival in London last night, treating hordes of loyal fans
to tracks old and new after they'd watched England make the World Cup quarter finals...
Queen Return to Hyde Park
Wireless Festival paid homage to Queen on day three with Pharrell Williams and the Flaming Lips both playing classic covers,
as the central London event attracted its biggest crowds yet.
James Blunt balls at Wireless?
Was he or wasn't he crying? Whatever, Saturday's Wireless Festival headliner definitely had a few in the audience reaching
for the tissues, as he showed film footage he'd taken while serving as a soldier in Kosovo...
David Gray woos Wireless, Day Two
Headlining his first ever UK festival, David Gray provided a fitting soundtrack to the pink sunset stretching over Hyde Park,
as he closed day two of London's Wireless Festival...
The Strokes 'on the wild side' at Wireless
The Strokes closed the opening night of London's Wireless Festival by covering Lou Reed's 'Walk On The Wild Side'. After singer
Julian Casablanca's tumble on stage it proved quite fitting...
VF's 'Discovered' band to play Wireless
Intervurt, winners of last year's 'Discovered' competition run by VF, have been selected to support The Strokes at this year's
Wireless Festival. Read on and your band could be playing festivals too...
The Raconteurs for Wireless
The Raconteurs will join The Strokes on the opening night of the O2 Wireless Festival in London's Hyde Park...
Dirty Pretty Things and more for Wireless
Dirty Pretty Things, Ray Lamontagne, and most bizarrely The B-52s have been added to the bill for the Wireless Festival in
Fun Lovin' Criminals for Wireless
Fun Lovin' Criminals have been confirmed for one of the Hyde Park Wireless Festival dates, with The Zutons, Beth Orton, Terry
Callier, Violent Femmes, and Thomas Dolby also added to the split festival lineups...
HOT TICKETS: Wireless on sale now!
Tickets for June's Wireless Festivals in London and Leeds have gone on sale. Buy your tickets here to see Massive Attack,
The Who, James Blunt, David Gray, The Strokes, or Depeche Mode this summer...
The Strokes to kick off Wireless Festival
The Stokes have been added to this summer's Wireless Festival in Hyde Park, headlining a newly announced opening day on the
Wednesday - and Massive Attack have been revealed as Friday's headliners.
Headliners announced for Wireless
James Blunt, David Gray and Depeche Mode have been confirmed for London's Wireless Festival, with the event also being staged
in Leeds for the first time and headlined by The Who...
Wireless Festival (London) 2006 Discussion