June 2, 2008 14:43

iTunes festival line-up to include The Zutons, CSS and The Ting Tings

Death Cab For Cutie, Feeder and NERD will also perform

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Artists playing the second iTunes festival have been announced.

Every night throughout July acts including Chaka Khan, McFly, The Zutons and The Ting Tings will play sets at KOKO, Camden.

Starting on July 1, and running for 31 days, each performance will be recorded and sold through iTunes worldwide.

Tickets are free and only for competition winners.

For more information go to iTuneslive.co.uk.

The line-up so far is as follows:

NERD (July 1)
Hadouken (3)
Lightspeed Champion, Pete And The Pirates (8)
The Ting Tings, Florence And The Machine (9)
Jamie Lidell (10)
James Blunt (12)
Death Cab For Cutie, I Was A Cub Scout (14)
CSS (16)
Guillemots, Lykke Li (17)
Feeder, Infadels (19)
The Script, Sam Beeton (23)
Chaka Khan (26)
Pendulum, INME (28)

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