Katy B, Bruno Mars added to London's iTunes festival line-up

Jimmy Eat World, Nero, The Naked And Famous also sign up as supports

Katy B, Bruno Mars added to London's iTunes festival line-up

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Katy B and Bruno Mars have been added to the line-up for London's iTunes Festival this July.

The 'On A Mission' singer will headline London's Roundhouse on July 19, with support from Jamie Woon, while Bruno Mars plays on July 8.

There have also been a selection of high profile support acts added, with Jimmy Eat World set to play before the Foo Fighters on July 11 and The Naked And Famous and Alice Gold opening for White Lies on July 13.



Nero, Errors and Neon Trees have also joined the line-up, supporting Chase and Status, Mogwai and Linkin Park respectively.

The organisers still have eight headline acts to announce for the month-long event. See itunesfestival.com for ticket details.

The line-up for the iTunes Festival so far is:

Paul Simon (July 1)
Manic Street Preachers (3)
Linkin Park, Neon Trees (4)
Beady Eye (5)
The Wanted (6)
Adele (7)
Bruno Mars (8)
Glasvegas (10)
Foo Fighters, Jimmy Eat World (11)
The Script (12)
White Lies, The Naked And Famous, Alice Gold (13)
Friendly Fires (14)
Jessie J (15)
Duran Duran (16)
Rumer (18)
Katy B, Jamie Woon (19)
Swedish House Mafia (21)
Mogwai, Errors (23)
Noah And The Whale (24)
Lang Lang (25)
Magnetic Man (26)
Chase and Status, Nero (28)
Moby (31)

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