May 30, 2013 9:25

Justin Timberlake, Jake Bugg, Phoenix and more announced for iTunes Festival 2013

Thirty Seconds to Mars, Queens Of The Stone Age, Jack Johnson and Primal Scream will also appear

Justin Timberlake, Jake Bugg, Phoenix and more announced for iTunes Festival 2013

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Justin Timberlake, Jake Bugg, Thirty Seconds To Mars, Queens Of The Stone Age, Jack Johnson, Primal Scream, Phoenix and Jessie J have been announced as the first batch of headliners for this year's iTunes Festival

Running every night in September at the Roundhouse in Camden, London, the iTunes Festival features over 60 acts performing at the venue. Tickets are free for competition winners and all performances can be watched live or on-demand on Apple devices and via iTunes.

Speaking about their set, Primal Scream's Bobby Gillespie (pictured right) said: "We're gonna levitate the Roundhouse, turn it into a flying saucer and blast off." Primal Scream's new album 'More Light' is out now.

The first iTunes Festival took place at London's Institute of Contemporary Arts in 2007, and featured performers including Paul McCartney and Amy Winehouse. Since then, the annual event has had shows from artists including Adele, Coldplay, Foo Fighters, Jack White and Oasis.

The iTunes Festival 2013 line-up so far is:

Queens Of The Stone Age (September 6)
Phoenix (7)
Jake Bugg (10)
Jack Johnson (16)
30 Seconds to Mars (18)
Primal Scream (20)
Jessie J (23)
Justin Timberlake (29)

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