Apple Music Festival
|Apple Music Festival|
The Apple Music Festival (formerly known as the iTunes Festival) is a music concert series held by Apple, Inc.; first held in 2007. Free tickets are given to Apple Music, iTunes and YPlan users and fans, who live in the United Kingdom, through localized prize draws. Performances are also streamed live and available to view afterwards, free of charge, for a limited time on Apple Music, iTunes and Apple TV.
In August 2015, the iTunes Festival was rebranded as the Apple Music Festival.
Held at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
On February 19, 2014, Apple announced that the iTunes Festival will take place in the U.S. for the first time with a five-day festival at the Moody Theater, Austin, Texas from March 11–15, alongside South by Southwest.
- March 11: Coldplay + Imagine Dragons + London Grammar
- March 12: Kendrick Lamar + ScHoolboy Q + Isaiah Rashad
- March 13: Soundgarden + Band of Skulls + Capital Cities
- March 14: Pitbull + Zedd + G.R.L.
- March 15: Keith Urban + Willie Nelson + Mickey Guyton
On 18 August 2015, Apple announced some of the 2015 line up and confirmed that the festival had been rebranded as the Apple Music Festival. Held at The Roundhouse, Camden Town, the festival will be broadcast via Apple Music.
- September 19: Ellie Goulding + Andra Day
- September 20: Take That + Charlie Puth
- September 21: Carrie Underwood + The Shires + Cam
- September 22: One Direction + Little Mix
- September 23: The Weeknd + Grace Mitchell + Justine Skye
- September 24: The Chemical Brothers + Hudson Mohawke
- September 25: Disclosure + NAO + Lion Babe
- September 26: Pharrell Williams + Leon Bridges
- September 27: Mumford & Sons + Jack Garratt
- September 28: Florence + The Machine + James Bay
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