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Kylie Minogue, David Guetta line-up for iTunes festival

MORE than 60 artists ranging from Kylie Minogue to Tony Bennett are lining up in London to perform over 30 nights at the iTunes Festival.

And if you own an Apple device, it's absolutely free.

The shows, which continue until September 30, are being performed at the Roundhouse.

New artists include: Ed Sheeran, Jessie J, Mary J. Blige, deadmau5, Placebo, Tony Bennett, Ben Howard, Nicola Benedetti,  Nick Gardner, Nick Mulvey, Rae Morris, Lisa Hannigan, Little Dragon, James Bay, Hozier, Wolf Alice, Miloš, Alison Balsom and Foy Vance

The schedule for the next few days includes:

September 3   David Guetta + Clean Bandit + Robin Schulz

September 4   5 Seconds of Summer + Charlie Simpson

September 5  Kasabian

September 6  Tony Bennett

September 7  Calvin Harris + Kiesza

September 8   Robert Plant + Luke Sital-Singh

September 9    Sam Smith + SOHN

September 10   Pharrell Williams + Jungle

September 11   Maroon 5 + Matthew Koma + Nick Gardner

September 12   Elbow + Nick Mulvey

September 13   Paolo Nutini + Rae Morris

September 14   David Gray + Lisa Hannigan

September 15   The Script + Foxes

September 16  Blondie + Chrissie Hynde

September 17   Gregory Porter + Eric Whitacre

September 18   Jessie Ware + Little Dragon

September 20   Rudimental + Jess Glynne

September 21   Ryan Adams + First Aid Kit

September 22  Jessie J + James Bay

September 23  Placebo

September 24   Ben Howard + Hozier

September 25  Mary J. Blige 

September 26   Lenny Kravitz + Wolf Alice

September 27   Kylie + MNEK

September 28  Nicola Benedetti + Miloš + Alison Balsom

September 29   Ed Sheeran + Foy Vance

More info on iTunes Festival

David Guetta has promised to 'party with you, bringing my Ibiza vibes.

"The last time was incredible and this time will be even better. My only London show this summer. Let's rock the Roundhouse til it shakes."

"It's incredible for us that we get to play the iTunes Festival in September,'' Australian band 5 Seconds of Summer said.

"Even though we're from Australia, we're well aware what an iconic venue the Roundhouse is… and we've played enough square ones! Can't wait to play there and be a part of the Festival"

Other comments from artists

"I'm very happy to be playing my third iTunes Festival next month. I first played supporting Bruno Mars in 2011 and then came back the next year for my own." - Ed Sheeran

"I'm so happy to be playing for my first time at iTunes Festival. I've always loved visiting London and I can't wait to be back to see my UK fans next month." - Mary J. Blige

"We're very excited to take part in this year's iTunes Festival. It's the same night as our album is released in the UK, so we can't wait to play you new music and celebrate with you all!" - The Script

"We're really excited to be playing the iTunes Festival again. A couple of years ago we played it for the first time supporting Ed Sheeran and had a lot of fun, so we can't wait to be back in the Roundhouse headlining!" - Rudimental

"The Roundhouse is such a great iconic home for the iTunes Festival. I'm looking forward to being back in London for it" - Calvin Harris

'Last year I was in the audience for Jake Bugg at the iTunes Festival. To think that I'm going to be doing it this year is so amazing." - Sam Smith

"The guys and I are excited to be part of this year's iTunes Festival. It's an amazing Festival and we are really looking forward to performing alongside so many great artists." - Adam Levine, Maroon 5

"Playing London is always special and playing the Roundhouse is going to be amazing. It's such an iconic and intimate venue - I can't wait to put on a show for everyone." - Kylie



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