Man in critical condition after being stabbed at London's Wireless Festival

Two men stabbed at event, which took place at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Man in critical condition after being stabbed at London's Wireless Festival

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A man is in a critical condition after being stabbed at Wireless Festival in London last night (July 13).

BBC News reports that two men were stabbed at the festival, with one man in his 20s in a critical condition and another man of the same age in a stable condition. The incident is believed to have taken place at around 9PM at the event in Queen Elizabeth park at the Olympic site in east London. Those with information on either of the stabbings have been urged to contact police. As yet, no arrests have been made.

Wireless Festival saw headline performances by Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake with the pair joining together for the first ever Legends Of The Summer performance last night (July 13). Elsewhere, there were performances from Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, Emeli Sande, Rita Ora, Trey Songz, Snoop Dogg, Frank Ocean, Katy B, Calvin Harris and Tinie Tempah among many other across the weekend.

Rihanna joined Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake's epic two hour plus Legends Of The Summer show on the third and final night of Wireless which saw the pair perform their new joint show together for the first time.

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