March 29, 2010 0:01

Missy Elliott, Friendly Fires and Taylor Hawkins join Wireless Festival bill

Plus Tinie Tempah and Hockey to play London event

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Missy Elliott, Friendly Fires, Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins' side-project and Tinie Tempah have been added to the bill for this year's Wireless Festival in London.

Hockey, Chase and Status, Chipmunk, Drake, Professor Green, Neon Hitch, Bluey Robinson and Wale have also been added to this year's three-day event, which takes place from July 2-4.

They join the likes of Jay-Z, Pink, The Big Pink, Lily Allen, The Temper Trap and The Ting Tings.

The Wireless Festival line-up so far is:

July 2

Pink
The Ting Tings
Gossip
The Temper Trap
Plan B
Taylor Hawkins And The Coattail Riders
Daisy Dares You
Bowling For Soup
Hockey
Neon Hitch
Bluey Robinson


July 3

LCD Soundsystem
2manydjs
The Big Pink
DJ Shadow
UNKLE
Missy Elliott


July 4

Jay-Z
Lily Allen
Chase & Status
Friendly Fires
Mr Hudson
Chipmunk
Tinie Tempah
Drake
Professor Green
Wale
Neon Hitch
Bluey Robinson


To check the availability of Wireless tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0871 230 1094.

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