With Calvin Harris, Chase & Status and Kyga topping the bill, and support coming from the likes of J Cole, The 1975, Miguel, Future and loads more – Wireless 2016 is looking like one not to miss.
Like every year, Wireless promises to be a very popular and over-subscribed festival in 2016 – so to make sure you have the best chance of buying tickets we’ve put together this very useful Wireless 2016 ticket buying guide.
When do Wireless tickets go on sale?
Tickets for Wireless 2016 go on general sale tomorrow morning (Friday 11 March) at 9am.
How much do Wireless tickets cost?
There are a lot of different tickets for Wireless available to buy on 11 March – with prices varying for each one.
We’ve outlined the different costs for each ticket type below:
Wireless Day Ticket Prices
Friday day ticket cost: £69.75
Saturday day ticket cost: £69.75
Sunday day ticket cost: £66.45
Wireless multi-day ticket prices
Full weekend (3-day) ticket cost: £167.50
Friday and Saturday ticket cost: £118.26
Friday and Sunday ticket cost: £115.02
Saturday and Sunday ticket cost: £115.02
As well as the above tickets, there are also ‘Wireless Collector Tickets’ available which cost an extra £4.95 on top of the price of your ticket. For this you will receive a special plastic credit card sized ‘Souvenir Collector Ticket’ with lanyard to keep and treasure as a memento of the event.
You can also buy Locker tickets for £6.00.
Wireless ticket limits
There is a strict ticket limit of six tickets per person and per credit card for Wireless 2016.
Children under 5 (aged 4 or below) are NOT permitted. Children under 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian (18 or over) at all times.
Who’s playing Wireless 2016?
See the full Wireless lineup below…