August 14, 2012 8:09
Elbow, Bat For Lashes, Hot Chip added to London's iTunes festival line-up
Band Of Horses, The Milk and Bastille are also newly confirmed for the London run of shows
Elbow and Bat For Lashes will play together at London's Roundhouse on September 7, while Hot Chip will headline the venue themselves on September 29.
Band Of Horses are also added to the bill and will support Jack White on September 8.
The Milk and Bastille are also newly confirmed, with The Milk set to support Olly Murs on September 3 and Bastille set to open for Emeli Sande on September 5. Walk The Moon have also joined the line-up and will support Pink on September 13.
Biffy Clyro, Usher, Mumford & Sons, P!nk, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and One Direction are among the other acts confirmed for the festival, with more acts set to be added in the coming weeks.
The series of shows will run from September 1–30, moving from its previous staging in July. Every gig will be at London's Roundhouse. In 2011, the likes of Coldplay, Manic Street Preachers, Chase and Status, My Chemical Romance, Linkin Park, Noah And The Whale and Foo Fighters all played the month-long free event.
Tickets for each gig are all given away from the event's official website. See itunesfestival.com for full details on how to get them.
The line-up for the iTunes Festival so far is as follows:
Usher (September 1)
Ed Sheeran, Charli XCX (2)
Olly Murs, The Milk (3)
Plan B (4)
Emeli Sande (5)
JLS, Conor Maynard (6)
Elbow, Bat For Lashes (7)
Jack White, Band Of Horses (8)
Norah Jones (10)
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, The Soundtrack Of Our Lives (12)
Pink, Walk The Moon (13)
Labrinth, Josh Kumra (14)
David Guetta, Calvin Harris (15)
Rebecca Ferguson (16)
Example, DJ Fresh, Hadouken! (17)
Andrea Bocelli (18)
Matchbox Twenty (19)
One Direction (20)
Jessie J, Lonsdale Boys Club (21)
Biffy Clyro, Frightened Rabbit (22)
Robert Glasper (23)
Mumford & Sons (24)
Lana Del Rey (25)
Hot Chip (29)
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