This year marked the 10th anniversary of Apple Music Festival, so the lineup had to be even more stellar than usual. Here’s a reminder of the massive bands and solo superstars who took to the stage at London’s Roundhouse during this year’s epic 10-night event.
1. Elton John opened AMF10 with a two-hour greatest hits set featuring cameos from Gallant, Christine and the Queens, Rosie Lowe and Parker Millsap.
2. On night two, a blistering set from The 1975 proved why they’re the hottest band in the UK – and perhaps the world – right now.
3. Alicia Keys turned Camden’s Roundhouse into a New York-style “basement party” at a warm, intimate gig featuring some stunning vocal performances.
4. On night four, OneRepublic delivered sing-along anthems like ‘Counting Stars’ and ‘Apologize’ as well as previewing new material from upcoming album ‘Oh My My’.
5. Getting the party started on Friday night, Calvin Harris blasted out massive bangers from the top of his amazing “DJ spaceship”.
6. Robbie Williams showed why he’s one of Britain’s best-loved entertainers with an infectious romp through hits like ‘Angels’, ‘Rock DJ’ and ‘Old Before I Die’.
7. Bastille are playing arenas on their upcoming UK tour, so their stirring set at the Roundhouse was a rare chance for fans to see them in an intimate setting.
8. Britney Spears brought Las Vegas to Camden for her first UK gig in five years. One lucky fan was even brought on stage to be given a playful whipping by the pop icon.
9. Michael Bublé whet appetites for new album ‘Nobody But You’ with a typically slick and vocally on-point performance.
10. Chance The Rapper brought AMF10 to a close with a heartfelt and affecting set with even featured him singing Happy Birthday to Beyoncé.