Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z will play Wireless festival


The artists plan their summer stadium tour.
Image caption Justin Timberlake and Jay Z will spend weeks on stage together.

Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z have confirmed they will close this year's Wireless festival in London this summer.

The duo will perform a preview of their North American tour at the Olympic Park on Sunday 14 July, where the festival will be held for the first time.

Live Nation runs the event, where Nicki Minaj and Rihanna performed in 2012.

The company used to host events in Hyde Park in central London - but people complained about the noise.

Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z are heading out on their North American Legends of The Summer Stadium Tour this year.

Hip-hop pioneers A Tribe Called Quest will also play at Wireless at their first UK show in twenty years.

Other acts confirmed are Nas, New York rapper A$AP Rocky and Rizzle Kicks.

Jay-Z is already the main act on Saturday 13 July when Emeli Sande and Rita Ora will also perform.

On the Friday Justin Timberlake is the main act, where he'll be supported by artists like Wretch 32 and Conor Maynard.

Tickets for each night are priced at £75 plus booking fee.

Wireless is one of a series of summer concerts and events taking place at the Olympic Park throughout the summer.

The Park will be fully open to the public by spring 2014.

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