Finsbury Park is preparing to welcome a host of top-class musicians including Doja Cat, Ice Spice, J Hus, 21 Savage, Sean Paul more for the Wireless Festival.

The weekend-long festival will welcome thousands to the North London park, taking place from Friday, July 12 until Sunday, July 14.

With the festival just around the corner, ticket holders should be aware of what they can and cannot bring onto the grounds as well as the festival's bag policy.

To get full advice and detailed information on all prohibited items and the bag policy, head to the Wireless Festival website.  

Wireless Festival Bag Policy

Wireless Festival permits no large bags into the festival and there is no cloakroom or storage facility for large bags. 

Small bags with the dimensions W21cm x H30cm x D8cm (A4 Size) are however allowed into the festival. 

Upon entry, all bags will be searched but to avoid lengthy queues you are advised to not bring a bag. 

You can not leave your bags at entrances or surrounding areas, all items left will be removed and disposed of accordingly.

Wireless Festival Prohibited Items

To make sure security, safety and comfort are at the forefront of everyone, Wireless has shared what items are prohibited from the site.

It is also important to note that you can no longer bring soft drinks or water, although you can bring empty plastic bottles of any size to refill inside the festival. 

These are the items you can not bring:

  • Aerosols over 250ml
  • Air Horns/megaphones
  • Alcohol
  • All gas canisters of any size (including nitrous oxide)
  • Animals (other than registered hearing dogs or guide dogs)
  • Any goods for unauthorised trading with unauthorised logos
  • Anything that could reasonably be considered for use as a weapon including oversized lighters or any item which may cause danger, offence or disruption to any other person
  • Audio recorders
  • Bags larger than A4 size
  • Barbeques
  • Bicycles
  • Balloons
  • Blowtorches
  • Cameras, film or video equipment. Lenses must be less than 6 inches. **Please note, professional cameras and video / audio equipment are strictly prohibited.
  • Cans
  • Catapults
  • Chairs/stools / inflatable loungers/floor seating / shooting sticks
  • Chinese / sky lanterns/paper lanterns
  • Clothing/garments/items which promote cultural appropriation
  • Cooking apparatus/cutlery
  • Cool bags/boxes (large)
  • Drugs
  • Disposable vapes – Do not bring single-use disposable vapes. They pollute the environment and incorrect disposal of these can be hazardous at waste centres.
  • Drinks of any size (sealed or unsealed)
  • Drones and other flying devices
  • Excessive amounts of food (i.e. more than for personal consumption)
  • Face covering(s) or balaclavas

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  • Fireworks/pyrotechnics, flares/distress flares
  • Flags with poles
  • Food (small amounts for personal consumption permitted)
  • Gazebos and parasols
  • Gas cylinders/canisters
  • Glass bottles, jars, and containers (including glass makeup and perfume bottles)
  • Liquids, gels or lotions (over 100ml)
  • Illegal Substances (drugs) and legal highs, herbal highs, new psychoactive substances and unidentifiable substances – including Nitrous Oxide
  • Laser pens
  • Megaphones
  • Metal drinking bottles
  • Nitrous oxide and any items associated with the taking of NPS and NOS (including but not limited to balloons, whipped cream dispensers, water crackers / CO2 dispensers)
  • Penknives
  • Perfume and makeup (over 100ml)
  • Portable laser equipment and pens
  • Professional cameras including professional camera equipment (e.g., camera stand, lenses, and selfie sticks)
  • Selfie sticks
  • Skateboards and rollerblades, hover-boards, scooters, bicycles, and other personal motorized and non-motorized vehicles
  • Sound systems (including personal speakers)
  • Spray cans
  • Umbrellas **Small/folding umbrellas are permitted**
  • Unauthorised professional film or video equipment, radios or walkie-talkies
  • Unauthorized solicitation or marketing materials (e.g., handbills, flyers, stickers)
  • Unofficial tabards and reflective/high-vis jackets
  • Weapons

The items you should bring to Wireless Festival

If you are wondering what items you should make sure to have with you for the festival, then we have you covered. 

Here's everything you should bring with you:

  • Your Ticket
  • Travelcard
  • Cash card/ Debit Card/ Credit Card (Wireless has now gone cash-free)
  • Clothes appropriate for all types of weather
  • Empty plastic water bottles up to 500ml
  • ID (For entry into the festival and buying alcohol)
  • Medication (Recommended to bring a doctor's note or prescription)
  • Photographic equipment is permitted provided that it is for personal non-commercial use only

You can find out more information via the Wireless Festival website.