Tinie Tempah, Robin Thicke and Schoolboy Q lead latest Wireless Festival line-up additions

Sean Paul, Naughty Boy and Lizzo will also perform at this year's dual site event

Tinie Tempah, Robin Thicke and Schoolboy Q lead latest Wireless Festival line-up additions

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Tinie Tempah, Sean Paul and Schoolboy Q have been added to the bill for this year's Wireless Festival.

Kanye West, Drake and Bruno Mars will headline the festival, which this year takes place in both London and Birmingham. It will be Kanye West and Bruno Mars' only UK live appearances in 2014.

Joining the aforementioned acts on the bill will be fellow new additions Robin Thicke (pictured right), Naughty Boy, Labrinth, Kid ink, Wilkinson, Meridian Dan, Lizzo, Jon Bellion, Javenon, Elli Ingram, Blonde, Rixton, Say Lou Lou, Sinead Harnett and Sasha Keable.

Earlier this year J Cole, 2 Chainz and Giorgio Moroder were added to the line-up alongside Knife Party, B.o.B, Bleachers, Foxes, A Great Big World, Joel Compass, Vic Mensa, Raleigh Ritchie, Kwabs, Jess Glynne, Becky Hill, G-Eazy, YG, Sage The Gemini and Dominique Young Unique.

For the first time this year (2014), the event will take place across two sites in both London and Birmingham. It has moved from the Olympic Park in London to Finsbury Park and will also take place in Birmingham's Perry Park between July 4-6.

Pharrell Williams, OutKast and Ellie Goulding have also been confirmed to appear at the festival, along with Clean Bandit, Rudimental, John Newman, Basement Jaxx and Angel Haze.

Wireless 2013 was headlined by Justin Timberlake and Jay Z, with the pair performing together as Legends of the Summer on the final night of the event.

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