Katy Perry to close iTunes Festival

Icona Pop and Iggy Azalea will support at September 30 date

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Katy Perry has announced that she is to play the closing night of this year's iTunes Festival in London.

Revealing the news via a tweet sent last night (August 20), Perry revealed that the support acts at the show, taking place on September 30, will be Iggy Azalea and Icona Pop, who scored a recent Number One single with 'I Love It'.




The month-long event takes place at London's Roundhouse venue every night in September. Tickets to all shows are free, but available to competition winners only. For details, visit itunesfestival.com. Katy Perry's new album 'Prism' is due for release in October.

The line-up for iTunes Festival 2013 so far is:

Lady Gaga (September 1)
Sigur Rós, Poliça (2)
The Lumineers, Phox (3)
Paramore, Fenech-Soler (4)
Rizzle Kicks (5)
Queens Of The Stone Age, Palma Violets (6)
Phoenix, Little Green Cars (7)
Bastille, 1975 (8)
Arctic Monkeys, Drenge (9)
Jake Bugg, Valerie June (10)
Kings Of Leon, Jimmy Eat World (11)
Elton John, Tom Odell (12)
Avicii (13)
Chic feat. Nile Rodgers, Janelle Monáe (14)
Vampire Weekend, The Olms (15)
Jack Johnson, Bahamas (16)
Ludovico Einaudi, Agnes Obel (17)
Thirty Seconds To Mars, The Family Rain (18)
Kendrick Lamar (19)
Primal Scream, Skinny Girl Diet (20)
Haim, Dan Croll (21)
Ellie Goulding (22)
Jessie J, Lawson (23)
Robin Thicke (24)
Pixies, No Ceremony (25)
Tinie Tempah (26)
John Legend, Robin Thicke (28)
Justin Timberlake (29)
Katy Perry, Icona Pop, Iggy Azalea


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