Arctic Monkeys to play free iTunes Festival show in London

Alex Turner and co to play the Roundhouse in July

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Arctic Monkeys have joined the bill for the free iTunes Festival in London, set for July.

Alex Turner's gang will headline the Roundhouse venue in Camden on July 6 for the event, with Miles Kane set to play support. See Itunesfestival.com for details of how to apply for free tickets.

The iTunes Festival sees a host of acts playing at the Roundhouse through the whole of July. Glasvegas, Beady Eye, Manic Street Preachers, Adele, Foo Fighters and Magnetic Man are among the others set to appear at the event.



This weekend Arctic Monkeys are set to play two homecoming shows in Sheffield. They'll headline the Don Valley Bowl tonight (June 10) and tomorrow. They also recently announced details of a UK arena tour set for October and November.

Their new album 'Suck It And See' looks set to be Number One in the UK albums charts on Sunday ahead of Adele.

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