London’s Roundhouse will fire up for 10 nights of music in September as part of the 10th anniversary of Apple’s iTunes Music Festival where some of the world’s best artists play live for an audience both at the venue and online via Apple Music.
You’ve got to be an Apple Music subscriber to access the online festival, but man – while I’ve got no idea who “The 1975” or “Chance the Rapper” are – I’m thinking of subscribing just for Elton John, Robbie Williams and Michael Bublé.
If you haven’t tried Apple Music, then perhaps grab the three month trial now in time for the festival:)
Here’s the full lineup:
- September 18th – Elton John
- September 19th – The 1975
- September 20th – Alicia Keys
- September 21st – OneRepublic
- September 23rd – Calvin Harris
- September 25th – Robbie Williams
- September 26th – Bastille
- September 27th – Britney Spears
- September 28th – Michael Bublé
- September 30th – Chance the Rapper
For more details, check out the website – or open up Apple Music during the Festival.
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