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Posted 22 April 2012 - 09:43 AMI'm hoping to go to the wireless festival on friday, but the earliest I can get to hyde park on that day is around 2:30pm.
I was wondering if anyone knows from experience about how much of the show I'd miss, and when it starts? I've heard different stories from different people that it starts at 12:00, 2:00, and 4:00pm and I can't seem to get onto their website.
Posted 23 April 2012 - 11:27 AMFrom the Wireless site...
Friday 6th July (Deadmau5 + Guests): Doors 14.30 - Show 16.30
Saturday 7th July (Drake+ Guests): Doors 12:00 - Show 14:00
Sunday 8th July (Rihanna+ Guests): Doors 12:00 - Show 14:00
The days headliners will be last on and will perform full concert sets, ending at around 22:30.
You can enter the event at any time up to the point when the headliner goes on stage, but there will be no readmission to the event should you leave the arena.
All times are subject to change.