GoPuff delivers Wireless is the home of ‘I was there’ moments. Whether it’s Rihanna and A$AP Rocky turning up at the local barbershop for a shape up, or witnessing the return of an R&B superstar. It’s the hottest ticket in town and the party is just getting started. The world’s biggest hip-hop artists brought the energy to the historic Crystal Palace Park in South London, offering a masterclass in the genre, with headliners A$AP Rocky, J. Cole and Tyler, The Creator all performing mesmerising headline sets.
The weekend was ablaze with memorable moments from some of the world’s biggest stars with Chris Brown, The Kid Laroi, Lil Uzi Vert, Roddy Ricch, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Ghetts, Berwyn, Trippie Redd, Nines, Baby Keem and Playboi Carti all bringing maximum energy to the 45,000 strong crowd of music lovers having the time of their lives. Little Simz remarked that playing Wireless was “a dream come true” having ‘hopped the fences’ in her youth to join the party. Knucks had a huge moment on the Trapstar Stage, topped off with a rare surprise guest appearance from Loyle Carner for the packed out crowd.
Celebrities including Rihanna, Venus Williams, Letitia Wright, The Sugababes, and Hope Ikpoku Jnr, all turned out for the celebration.
After Crystal Palace’s huge success, next weekend GoPuff delivers Wireless Festival will be returning to Finsbury Park in addition to making its mark for the first time at the Birmingham NEC from 8 – 10 July. The Finsbury Park date sees Cardi B, SZA and Nicki Minaj headline, whilst the NEC date will host headliners Dave, Cardi B and J. Cole, as well as special guests Wizkid and Chris Brown. With three events over two weekends, this is GoPuff delivers Wireless Festival’s biggest celebration of black music ever.