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5 Acts Are Performing At Wireless Festival In Abu Dhabi This March

Wireless Festival is coming to the UAE and we couldn’t be more excited! Everyone loves a good music festival – that ideally doesn’t involve torrential rain, camping and mud (ahem, England) – which is why Abu Dhabi’s edition of Wireless is going to be EPIC.

Set to showcase some of the biggest international hip-hop stars, Wireless Festival Abu Dhabi’s edition of this London based annual event at Abu Dhabi’s Yas Island, making it the event of the year with multiple stages and more than 13 live performances in the enormous venue.

So who are the top artists set to take to the stage on March 13th 2023? These are just 5 of them that we can’t wait to see perform…

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The most celebrated established Egyptian trap artist of his generation, Wegz performed the official World Cup 2022 song “Ezz El-Arab” (Arab Glory) with a spirited set that closed out the FIFA World Cup in Qatar in December 2022.

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Lil Uzi Vert

American trap artist, Lil Uzi Vert, has amassed a huge fan base based on his melodic emo approach to trap music. He went mainstream following the release of his debut single “Money Longer” in 2016 and will be entertaining his Middle East fans at Wireless!

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Travis Scott

American rapper and eight-time Grammy Award-nominated artist, Travis Scott, is revered for his music and ground-breaking albums – as well as his dwindling relationship with TV star and entrepreneur, Kylie Jenner.

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Young Stunners

This Pakistani hip-hop duo, hailing from Karachi, Talha and Talhah Yunus, rose to fame after releasing their first song “Burger-e-Karachi,” and they’ll be sure to pull in hordes of fans when they take to the stage in Abu Dhabi at Wireless Festival 2023.

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Black Sherif

Afro beats is a major musical genre and this Ghanaian singer and rapper amassed a mega following after the release of his debut single, “First Sermon,” in 2021. He has since gained even more popularity for his fusion of highlife, reggae, hip-hop, and UK drill.

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