will.i.am confirmed as special guest for Wireless Festival

Sub Focus, Zane Lowe, Mikky Ekko and A*M*E have also been announced for the London bash

will.i.am confirmed as special guest for Wireless Festival
William has been confirmed as a speacial guest for Jay-Z and Justin Timberlake's Legends of The Summer Wireless Festival finale.

Other additions announced across the weekend include Sub Focus (Live), Zane Lowe (DJ Set), Bluey Robinson, Drop City Yacht Club, Devlin, Taboo and Misha B. Details of the Yahoo! Stage have also been announced – with Fazer, Mikky Ekko, Giggs, Watsky, A*M*E and Taboo set to appear.

Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z will co-headline the third and final date of this year's Wireless Festival in London, on July 14 with A Tribe Called Quest, NAS, A$AP Rocky, Jessie Ware, Katy B, Magnetic Man, Rizzle Kicks, 2 Chainz and Porter Robinson.

Both Timberlake and Jay-Z will headline individual dates prior to the joint show, with Justin Timberlake headlining the festival on Friday July 12, and Jay-Z closing the Saturday (July 13). The London bash, which for the first time this year will take place in London's Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in east London, as opposed to its previous home in Hyde Park, will see Timberlake and Jay-Z make their only UK festival appearances of the summer.

It was previously announced that Timberlake will play on Friday July 12, along with Snoop Dogg, Trey Songz, John Legend, Miguel, Frank Ocean, Ke$ha, Wretch 32, Conor Maynard and Iggy Azalea. Jay-Z will perform on Saturday July 13, along with Emeli Sandé, Rita Ora, Kendrick Lamar, Miguel, DJ Fresh and Calvin Harris.
Tickets went on sale on Friday 15 March at 9am and are priced at £75 plus booking fee. 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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