Apple has announced that this year’s Apple Music Festival will take place at The Roundhouse, London from September 18-20 – and there will be opportunities to attend the gigs or watch via Apple Music.
Apple is marketing this year’s series of free concerts as Apple Music Festival 10 – presumably because this will be the tenth outing for the festival, which was given the Apple Music name only last year. The festival will run for ten nights, and there are various ways in which Apple followers can watch…
UK residents will be able to win tickets to see the acts up close, while globally, Apple Music members will be able to freely watch the performances. This means that, for the first time in the event’s history, Android users should also get to enjoy the Apple Music Festival.
Apple hasn’t yet revealed which acts will be playing, but says that UK residents will soon get the option to apply for tickets. Last year, Pharrell Williams, One Direction and Florence + The Machine were among the stars – and Apple’s radio station Beats 1 seems likely to break news about this year’s acts.