Wireless festival add Chipmunk and more

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Wireless festival add Chipmunk and more

Wireless with Barclaycard is delighted to announce that a host of fantastic new acts have joined the line up over all three days!

Chipmunk, Alexis JordanWidely considered as one of the best UK grime acts around, Chipmunk joins Friday's sensational line up! He'll be joined by one of 2011’s explosive new arrivals, Alexis Jordan, a 19-year-old pop powerhouse currently tearing up the club & airplay charts in the UK.

Mancunian singer songwriter Jodie Connor and hotly tipped South London MC Dot Rotten are also set to join Friday’s fantastic line up alongside The Black Eyed Peas, Plan B, Tinie Tempah, David Guetta and more...

JAY-Z protégés J.Cole and Jay Electronica are both confirmed to join headliners The Chemical Brothers on Saturday 2 July. They'll be joined by Michael Franti and Spearhead, North London's Modestep, electronic dance act Her Majesty and the Wolves (featuring former Pussycat Dolls member Kimberly Wyatt), rapper Maverick Sabre and DJ James Holroyd.

There's also a string of talented new acts joining Sunday's line up - hot US band The Pretty Reckless, Utah rockers Neon Trees, Nottingham soul man Liam Bailey, Californian trio Funeral Party, Irish synth-pop rockers Fight Like Apes, Clock Opera and Belfast based Cashier No.9 also join the storming line up!

The Wireless Festival held in Londons Hyde Park is setting itself up for another amazing lineup in 2011. This is a great one for the family whilst still having that electric atmosphere we all thrive on at a festival. With multiple stages of spectacular music you get the best in dance, pop, hip hop, rock and more.

Published on 13 April 2011 by Wayne Feltham

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