Coldplay added to London's iTunes festival line-up

Band will headline London's Roundhouse on July 22

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Coldplay have been added to the line-up for London's iTunes Festival this July.

The band, who released their comeback single 'Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall' earlier this month and who headline Glastonbury on June 25, will play London's Roundhouse on July 22.

They join the likes of Beady Eye, Manic Street Preachers, Chase and Status, Linkin Park, Noah And The Whale and Foo Fighters in playing the month-long free event.

The organisers now have just two headline acts to announce for the month-long event. See for ticket details.

The line-up for the iTunes Festival so far is:

Paul Simon (July 1)
Seasick Steve (2)
Manic Street Preachers, Dry The River (3)
Linkin Park, Neon Trees (4)
Beady Eye (5)
Arctic Monkeys, Miles Kane (6)
Adele (7)
Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran (8)
Glasvegas (10)
Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World (11)
The Script, Loick Essien (12)
White Lies, The Naked And Famous, Alice Gold (13)
Friendly Fires, SBTRKT(14)
Jessie J (15)
Duran Duran, Ben L'Oncle Soul (16)
Raphael Saadiq (17)
Rumer, Caitlin Rose (18)
Katy B, Jamie Woon (19)
Swedish House Mafia (21)
Coldplay (22)
Mogwai, Errors (23)
Noah And The Whale, Fixers (24)
Lang Lang, 2CELLOS(25)
Magnetic Man, Alex Clare (26)
Chase and Status, Nero (28)
Kasabian (29)
James Morrison (30)
Moby (31)

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