Madness added to London’s iTunes Festival

The ska legends will play London's Roundhouse on September 27, with support from Reverend And The Makers

Madness have joined the line-up for this year’s iTunes Festival.

The band will headline London’s Roundhouse on September 27. They are currently working on the follow-up to their 2009 album ‘The Liberty Of Norton Folgate’.

The veteran British band join the likes of Noel Gallagher, The Killers, Muse, Biffy Clyro and Lana Del Rey in signing up to play the month-long run of shows. The festival began on September 1 and has already hosted gigs from the likes of Jack White, Deadmau5, Usher and Ed Sheeran.


As well as Madness, there have also been a swathe of high-profile support acts announced, with Benjamin Francis Leftwich, Kindness, Haim, Lianne La Havas and Reverend And The Makers all confirmed for the event on various nights.

Tickets for each gig are all given away from the event’s official website. See for full details on how to get them.

The line-up for the iTunes Festival is as follows:

Norah Jones, Beth Orton (10)
The Killers, Jake Bugg (11)
Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, The Soundtrack Of Our Lives (12)
Pink, Walk The Moon (13)
Labrinth, Josh Kumra (14)
David Guetta, Calvin Harris (15)
Rebecca Ferguson (16)
Example, DJ Fresh, Hadouken! (17)
Andrea Bocelli, Laura Wright, CARisMA (18)
Matchbox Twenty, OneRepublic (19)
One Direction, Angel (20)
Jessie J, Lonsdale Boys Club (21)
Biffy Clyro, Frightened Rabbit (22)
Robert Glasper, Jose James (23)
Mumford & Sons, Willy Mason (24)
Lana Del Rey, Benjamin Francis Leftwich (25)
Ellie Goulding, Haim (26)
Madness, Reverend And The Makers (27)
Alicia Keys, Lianne La Havas (28)
Hot Chip, Kindness (29)
Muse (30)


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