A round-up of the most stunning live shots from this year's 10-night bash at London's Roundhouse
Apple Music Festival 2016 gave us thrillingly intimate performances from some of the biggest bands and most iconic solo stars around. Here’s a reminder of this year’s shining highlights.
Elton John opens Apple Music Festival 2016 with a typically charismatic two-hour set that included a duet with Christine And The Queens on 'Tiny Dancer'.
Looking super-dapper, frontman Matt Healy guides The 1975 through a rousing set that cements their reputation as one of the world's most exciting bands.
Alicia Keys transforms the Roundhouse into a NYC-style basement party during a warm and vocally sublime performance.
OneRepublic's Ryan Tedder shows off her slick pop star moves during the band's anthem-packed performance.
Calvin Harris delivers a thumping and visually stunning set from the top of his bespoke "DJ spaceship".
Robbie Williams proves why he's one of Britain's best-loved entertainers with a dazzling (and funny) greatest hits set.
Bastille's Dan Smith rouses the crowd during a blistering gig featuring bangers from both of the band's chart-topping albums.
Britney Spears brings Vegas-style showmanship to Camden during her first UK gig in five years.
Chance The Rapper closes this year's Apple Music Festival with a powerful, passionate performance that almost feels like a religious experience.