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Bands revealed for iTunes Live London Festival '09

updated 10:20 am EDT, Thu May 21, 2009

iTunes Live London '09

Apple has announced details of the 2009 iTunes Live London Festival, which is being staged at The Roundhouse in Camden. The event will run throughout the entire month of July, and headline acts such as Oasis, Kasabian, Snow Patrol and The Saturdays. Paolo Nutini and Flo Rida are also confirmed as acts, but Apple notes that some 50 more spots in its concert lineup have yet to be disclosed.

Tickets are not being sold but rather selectively distributed, for free, through a custom Facebook page. People without a Facebook profile can still compete for tickets through another page on the iTunes Live website; Facebook users have access to special weekly downloads however, beginning with Oasis' "Shock of the Lightning" video.

Each concert is being recorded, and will eventually be sold at all iTunes Stores worldwide. British residents will be able to catch some events through broadcasts on ITV1, ITV2, XFM, Capital Radio, Choice FM and Heart.

by MacNN Staff




  1. Str1f3

    Joined: Dec 1969


    How about US too?

    I would like to see an iTunes festival in the US as well.

  1. testudo

    Joined: Dec 1969



    You all were right! A big music festival in Britain, and not even a mention of the Beatles! They are such has-beens...

  1. aristotles

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Damn it. I missed last 1

    I was in London last summer but I did not hear about it until it was too late.

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