Event moves from Queen Elizabeth Park
Andrew Trendell
11:59 20th December 2013

Wireless Festival 2014 is set to take place in London's Finsbury Park, moving from Queen Elizabeth Park.

The event, which began in Hyde Park, will mark its tenth festival in the new location of North London's Finsbury Park.

Website eFestivals reports that this week, Haringey Council gave promoters Live Nation an 'indefinite licence' to hold festivals for up to 49,000 in the park in the coming years.

Last week, organisers also confirmed that the three day event, which will take place between 4-6 July 2014, will be taking place in Birmingam as well, with the same artists playing each city but on different days. 

"Big news!" the organisers wrote on their official Facebook page. "Wireless Festival 2014 will be returning as a two site, multi stage event, that will see the same artists play across sites in London and Birmingham across different days over the same weekend."

The festival also confirmed the first acts and tickets will be announced in January 2014.

2013's Wireless Festival saw Justin Timberlake and Jay Z take to the stage at Stratford's Queen Elizabeth Park in Stratford. A Tribe Called Quest, Snoop Dogg and Frank Ocean also performed.  

Below - Justin Timberlake, Jay Z and more at Wireless 2013