Kasabian, Beck, Robert Plant, Blondie, Calvin Harris, Pharrell for iTunes Festival 2014 Kasabian Tickets

The gigs will take place throughout September at London's Roundhouse

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Kasabian, Beck, Robert Plant, Blondie, Calvin Harris and Pharrell Williams are amongst the first wave of artists to be announced for this year's iTunes Festival.

The gigs will take place throughout September at London's Roundhouse, with shows also set for Sam Smith, Maroon 5, David Guetta and Five Seconds of Summer. Scroll down for the listings so far for the event. More bands will be announced over the coming weeks.

Tickets are free for competition winners and the shows can be watched live or on-demand via iTunes or on Apple TV. Speaking about their gig (September 5), Kasabian have commented: "We're very proud to be in this year's iTunes Festival line-up, and we are excited to be playing alongside so many great artists. We have had a huge year so far. Expect some surprises!" Robert Plant - who plays on September 8 - adds: "We've been roaring around the world this summer from Morocco to the Arctic Circle. The band is on fire. It's now time to shake it on down in NW1."

For more information, visit: iTunesFestival.com.

The iTunes Festival line-up so far is:

Beck (September 2)
David Guetta (3)
5 Seconds of Summer (4)
Kasabian (5)
Calvin Harris + Kiesza (7)
Robert Plant (8)
Sam Smith (9)
Pharrell Williams + Jungle (10)
Maroon 5 (11)
Blondie + Chrissie Hynde (16)
Kylie (27)

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