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Ed Sheeran and Placebo join iTunes Festival line-up Ed Sheeran Tickets

Jessie J, Deadau5, Mary J Blige, Tony Bennett and more also added to bill today (August 26)

Ed Sheeran and Placebo join iTunes Festival line-up

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A host of new acts have been added to the line-up for this year's iTunes Festival, which takes place at London's Roundhouse from September 1 to 30.

New additions include Ed Sheeran, Placebo, Jessie J, Deadmau5 and Tony Bennett. Scroll down for the full listings as they stand today (August 26).

Tickets are free for competition winners and the shows can be watched live or on-demand via iTunes or on Apple TV.

A raft of support artists have also been announced today with Little Dragon set to play with Jessie Ware on September 18 and Wolf Alice joining Lenny Kravitz on September 26.

For more information, visit: iTunesFestival.com.

The iTunes Festival line-up so far is:

Deadmau5 (September 1)
Beck + Jenny Lewis (2)
David Guetta + Clean Bandit + Robin Schulz (3)
5 Seconds Of Summer + Charlie Simpson (4)
Kasabian (5)
Tony Bennett (6)
Calvin Harris + Kiesza (7)
Robert Plant + Luke Sital-Singh (8)
Sam Smith + Sohn (9)
Pharrell Williams + Jungle (10)
Maroon 5 + Matthew Koma (11)
Elbow (12)
Paolo Nutini + Rae Morris (13)
David Gray + Lisa Hannigan (14)
The Script + Foxes (15)
Blondie + Chrissie Hynde (16)
Gregory Porter + Eric Whitacre (17)
Jessie Ware + Little Dragon (18)
Rudimental + Jess Glynne (20)
Ryan Adams + First Aid Kit (21)
Jessie J (22)
Placebo (23)
Hozier (24)
Mary J Blige (25)
Lenny Kravitz (26)
Kylie + MNEK (27)
Nicky Benedetti (28)
Ed Sheeran (29)

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