March 31, 2011 12:15

Mogwai and Chase & Status to play free London shows at iTunes Festival Mogwai Tickets

Bands join Adele, White Lies and Beady Eye in playing iTunes gigs

Mogwai and Chase & Status to play free London shows at iTunes Festival
Mogwai and Chase and Status are set to play free London shows as part of the iTunes Festival this summer.

The Scottish alt.rockers will play the Roundhouse venue in Camden on July 23, while the dance duo will headline the venue on July 28.

See Itunesfestival.com for ticket details.

They join White Lies, Adele, Linkin Park and Duran Duran on the bill for the iTunes Festival, which sees acts play free gigs at the Roundhouse throughout July.

The line up for iTunes Festival so far is:

Linkin Park (July 4)
Beady Eye (5)
The Wanted (6)
Adele (7)
White Lies (13)
Jessie J (15)
Duran Duran (16)
Rumer (18)
Mogwai (23)
Chase And Status (28)


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