Apple Music Festival Starts Sept 18 with Elton John

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It’s time to dance because Apple just announced its 10th annual Apple Music Festival lineup. The free concert series runs September 18th through September 30th ath London’s Roundhouse, and will feature Elton John, Alicia Keys, Michael Bublé, and more.

10th annual Apple Music Festival

The 10th annual Apple Music Festival starts on September 18th

Like previous years, concert tickets are available through a lottery system on the Apple Music Festival website. For everyone who doesn’t get a show ticket, or isn’t in London during the festival, each concert will be broadcast on Apple Music.

Here’s this year’s Apple Music Festival lineup:

  • September 18: Elton John
  • September 19: The 1975
  • September 20: Alicia Keys
  • September 21: OneRepublic
  • September 23: Calvin Harris
  • September 25: Robbie Williams
  • September 26: Bastille
  • September 27: Britney Spears
  • September 28: Michael Bublé
  • September 30: Chance the Rapper

The Apple Music Festival will be open to a much larger audience this year because the Apple Music streaming music service is now available on Android, Windows, and Sonos, along with OS X, iOS, Apple TV, and CarPlay. Apple Music costs US$9.99 a month, but includes a free three-month trial, which means even if you aren’t a subscriber now you can check out all of the festival concerts for free.

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