Nas, Wizkid and Damian Marley confirmed as headliners at exciting new The Ends Festival

Wizkid will also top the bill at the inaugural staging of the Croydon-based event

Nas, Damian Marley and Wizkid have all been announced as the headliners of the inaugural The Ends Festival in Croydon, south London.

The brand new, 15,000-capacity festival will take place in Lloyd Park in the heart of Croydon from May 31 to June 2, with the live music and food-oriented event having the backing of Croydon Council. Noting that the festival is a first for Croydon, a press release adds: “The Ends Festival will see 15,000 music lovers each day flock to Lloyd Park with the festival aiming to engage and inspire local, national, and international communities of composers, performers, creators, and concert-goers through world-class performances.”

The three headliners for the inaugural staging of The Ends Festival have been confirmed today (December 14), with Nas set to headline on the Friday night (May 31).

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Wizkid has been announced as the headliner for the Saturday (June 1), while Marley will top the bill on the final night (June 2). Check out the official festival poster below.

Further acts are set to be announced in the coming weeks and months.

Tickets for The Ends Festival will go on general sale next Wednesday (December 19) at 10am, with day tickets set to be available from £50.00. The Ends Festival is also offering a 48-hour pre-sale to Croydon music fans (with a valid postcode), which will be available to buy at Ticketmaster.

The Ends’ first headliner Nas released his latest album ‘Nasir’ earlier this year as part of Kanye West‘s Wyoming albums sessions.

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