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Apple hosts 11 free evenings of music in London, UK

updated 08:55 pm EST, Tue February 12, 2008

iTunes Live, London

Apple is hosting a series of concerts for Londoners at AIR Studios starting February 21st, featuring artists such as KT Tunstall, José González, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, and many more. Rather than purchasing tickets, those interested in seeing any of the 25-plus artists must win the tickets through a free draw in order to attend the events. The event, called iTunes Live: London Sessions, will span over 11 nights, with each night featuring two to four performance artists.

London Sessions has two spots open on the 29th, although it is unclear if Apple is keeping the performance secret, or if the spots are merely empty as details are finalized. The event will be recorded by Apple, and later sold on the iTunes store as an exclusive release.




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  1. climacs

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    heh

    Once again, Apple shows that it knows how to market music better than the music labels.

  1. UberFu

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    @climacs

    except that if say I were to be in London during all of this and I wanted to go - my hopes hang on a lottery draw and I might not get to go_

    Whereas at least with a paid cooncert - I know I can go purchase tix within a window and am all but gauranteed a spot at the show_

  1. climacs

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    so?

    or, if you were somebody else you might not be able to afford to pay the ticket price but you could get lucky and win a ticket.

    Geez. Some folks, never happy...

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