March 2, 2011 13:07

The Streets, Bruno Mars and Katy B join Wireless Festival – ticket details

London festival adds 10 more acts

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The Streets, Katy B and Bruno Mars have all been confirmed to play this summer's Wireless Festival.

Wireless takes place between July 1 and 3 at London's Hyde Park.

Bruno Mars will play below the Black Eyed Peas on the festival's opening night (July 1). Also joining the line-up that day are David Guetta, Far East Movement, Labrinth, Wretch 32 and Yasmin. The Streets are confirmed for the festival's second day (2) and will appear below The Chemical Brothers. Also added to the bill on that day are Katy B, Devlin and Digitalism.

Meanwhile, Pulp will headline the festival's final day (3), with support from Foals and The Horrors.

See for more information.

The Wireless Festival line up so far is:

Black Eyed Peas
Chemical Brothers
The Horrors
TV On The Radio
Plan B
Chase & Status
Tinie Tempah
Chase And Status
Aphex Twin
Janelle Monae
The Whip
Justin Robertson
David Guetta
Bruno Mars
Far East Movement
Wretch 32
The Streets
Katy B

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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