Asake, Rema and Ruger set to perform at the 2024 Wireless Festival.
Ruger, Rema, and Asake are scheduled to perform at the 2024 Wireless Festival.
At the 2024 Wireless Festival, afrobeats is well-represented.
Nigerian musicians are garnering major honors and playing at well-known festivals, which has led to the commercial recognition of Nigerian music throughout the world.
Asake, Rema, Shallipopi, and Ruger—all prominent figures in Nigerian entertainment—are scheduled to appear at the Wireless Festival in the United Kingdom.
The Afrobeats hitmakers will perform with other international musicians on the star-studded program, which also features British rappers J. Hus and 21 Savage, American rappers Nicki Minaj, Doja Cat, and Ice Spice, and legendary Jamaican dancehall performer Sean Paul.
The first round of musicians for the Gopuff Wireless Festival is indicative of the growing success that African artists are. Enjoying on the international scene alongside international superstars including Nicki Minaj, J Hus, Doja Cat, Future, 21 Savage, Gunna, Tyla. Ice Spice, SexxyRed, Sean Paul, and Uncle Waffles, the original lineup includes Asake, Rema, and Shallipopi.
The iconic London event will hold its future edition over three days, from July 12 to July 14, at Finsbury. Park, its new location pre-sale options are presently available, and the revelation of the inaugural roster has sparked anticipation.
Specifically, Shallipopi will make his festival debut at the Wireless Festival after a sold-out show at Electric Brixton in London on the itinerary
On July 13, 21 Savage & J Hus will be the main acts, with Gunna, Sexy Redd, and Fridayyy serving. As supporting roles Asake and Shallipopi will also be performing.
On July 14, Rema and Ruger will play a main event followed by Doja Cat. South African music sensation Tyla and hitmaker DJ Uncle Waffles from Swaziland will also be performing.
Asake and Rema will both perform as headliners at the storied 02 Arena in 2023, thus the inclusion of four Nigerian acts in the festival program attests to the expanding appeal of Afrobeats in the UK.