Major Lazer and Mary J. Blige have been added to the Wireless Festival line-up.
Diplo's side project and the 'Family Affair' singer will both perform at the three-day festival in London's Finsbury Park along with the previously announced headliners Drake, Avicii and David Guetta.
Other new additions to the line-up include Belgian singer-songwriter Stromae, rising star PARTYNEXTDOOR, drum and bass producer Netsky and 21-year-old '2 On' hitmaker Tinashe.
Hip hop star Pusha T, brothers Rae Sremmund and reggae musician Collie Buddz will also perform at the event which runs from July 3-5.
As well as the latest act announcement, organisers of the festival have teased a special guest for the opening evening of the festival, who will take to the main stage between Canadian rapper Drake and the already-announced Major Lazer.
The 2015 event will be the tenth anniversary of the festival - which is sponsored by fashion retailer New Look - with other acts including Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, Kendrick Lamar and Labrinth set to perform.
Day tickets to Wireless Festival are now on sale costing between £62.50 - £69.50, with multi-day tickets also available from www.wirelessfestival.co.uk
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