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Once again great and the good of the music world are heading to London
for one of the world's biggest indoor music events: the iTunes Festival. With Justin Timberlake, Jake Bugg and Primal Scream
among the A-list names already confirmed for this year's bill, the iTunes Festival 2013 line-up is shaping up to be the biggest
and best to date.
Held at Camden's Roundhouse between 6 and 29 September, the event has earned a stellar reputation
among gig-goers since launching in 2007. Mixing the biggest names with up and coming acts, it's the perfect opportunity to
take the pulse of the music scene and catch the latest cutting edge sounds.
Kicking off with a set from US rock gods
Queens of the Stone Age, other highlights on this year's line-up include French group Phoenix, emo kings 30 Seconds to Mars,
chart-topping troubadour Jack Johnson and pop queen Jessie J. So don't miss out - make sure you buy your iTunes Festival tickets
on StubHub UK as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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Sponsored by technology giant Apple, this annual extravaganza is a true multimedia experience, with sets streamed
online, through Apple TV and through the bash's official app. The festival kicked off with a bang in 2007 with shows from
the likes of Kasabian and Amy Winehouse, before 2008 saw the run extended to 30 consecutive nights. 2009's festival hosted
one of Oasis' final performances, while comedian Stephen Fry mixed things up on a bill that also included Mumford and Sons.
Recent years have seen varied rock, pop and hip-hop bills wow the crowds, with everyone from Florence and the Machine to Plan
B and the Hoosiers appearing. Meanwhile 2012 saw stadium rockers Muse scale back their spectacular show for a rare intimate
Don't miss out on the chance to see this year's clutch of acts write their names in the history books -
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