The Wireless 2013 Playlist: The Best Acts Playing At The Weekend

London’s Wireless festival takes in Stratford's Olympic Park this weekend, and it’s ideal for people who find that regular camping festivals – with their tents catching fire and unfortunate-smelling revelers - are a bit of a chore.

You can go home after watching Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z co-headline. You can have a shower. You can go to sleep and not have someone tumble into your tent thinking it’s a toilet.

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An even more compelling argument is the fact that this year is one of their best line-ups since Daft Punk headlined in 2007. As well as Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and Katy B, there’s sets from Miguel, DJ Fresh, Nas, A$AP Rocky and Frank Ocean.

We’ve put together a playlist of the best acts playing this weekend, to psyche you up for the festival and – come Monday – save you from the inevitable post-festival blues.

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Have a listen in our Spotify player, below.

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