Talk about a lineup. Alicia Keys, Bastille, Britney Spears, Calvin Harris, Chance The Rapper, Elton John, Michael Bublé, OneRepublic, Robbie Williams and The 1975 are all headlining this year's Apple Music Festival to mark its 10th anniversary.
Running from the 18th until the 30th of September, the festival takes place at the famous The Roundhouse in London. Across the 10 nights festival goers can enjoy an eclectic mix of some of the world's most famous musicians from various genres.
"I am so excited to be playing at the Roundhouse. I love London and can't wait to share this fantastic experience at the Apple Music Festival with my fans," Elton John said in a statement.
It's well known that Aussie's can't get enough of music festivals, with headliners being cited as the top reason people attend. Though, being in London, if you can't be there IRL -- and let's face it, unless you're an Aussie living in the U.K who happens to win a ticket, that's most of us -- you can stream it live. It is an Apple concert, after all.
Through the Apple Music app (which it's worth noting is different to iTunes) you can access the performances as they happen. If you're not an Apple Music member, now might be a good time to sign up for the free three month trial.
We're kind of keen on the idea of attending a festival without having to buy a ticket, queue for drinks or change out of our trackies, TBH.
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