iTunes Festival 2014: Paulo Nutini, Rudimental and Elbow join line-up
Artists join already confirmed acts including Kylie and Pharrell Williams
Elbow, Paolo Nutini, Rudimental, Ryan Adams and Lenny Kravitz are among the newly announced artists confirmed to play at the iTunes Festival in London next month.
Apple has confirmed a new line-up for its month-long event, with David Gray, The Script, Gregory Porter, Jessie Ware, Jenny Lewis, Clean Bandit, Robin Schulz, Charlie Simpson, Luke Sital-Singh, SOHN, Matthew Koma, Foxes, Eric Whitacre, Jess Glynne, First Aid Kit and MNEK also due to appear.
The artists join previously announced headliners Kasabian, Pharrell Williams, Kylie Minogue, David Guetta, Beck, Sam Smith and Robert Plant, who will perform at the Roundhouse in Camden.
Rudimental said in a statement that they were “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!” they said.
More artists are due to be announced closer to the opening night, with Taylor Swift touted as a potential headliner following the release of her new album 1989.
The popular event, returning for an eighth year, will see more than 60 artists take to the stage. Fans can win free tickets by entering the official ballot, which can be accessed via the iTunes store.
Since the iTunes Festival began, over 430 acts have performed in front of some 430,000 fans. Past headliners have included Justin Timberlake, Adele, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga and Elton John.
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