Jack White, One Direction, Usher confirmed for London's iTunes festival

Norah Jones is also confirmed for the run of shows at London's Roundhouse

Jack White, One Direction, Usher confirmed for London's iTunes festival

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Jack White, One Direction and Usher are among the first names to be confirmed for London's iTunes Festival this year.

The series of shows will run from September 1 – 30 this year, moving from its previous placing of July. Every gig will be staged at London's Roundhouse.

Usher will kick off the run of shows on September 1, with the former White Stripes man then headlining the Roundhouse on September 8.

Norah Jones takes to the stage on September 10, with teen heartthrobs One Direction playing on September 20. More acts will be confirmed for the festival across the coming weeks.

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 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)
Jack White (8)
Norah Jones (10)
One Direction (20)

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