UPDATE: There is apparently some technical glitch that causes those looking for tickets to be met with an error message. Hopefully, Apple Music is working on fixing the problem.
You may be familiar with the annual (and month-long) iTunes Festival; this year, it’s been changed to the Apple Music Festival, which will take place at Roundhouse from 19th to 28th September, shortening it to ten days. Headliners confirmed for the even include Pharrell Williams, Disclosure, One Direction and Florence + The Machine.
And it’s free!
Says Apple’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue:
We wanted to do something really special for music fans this year. The Apple Music Festival is a greatest hits set of ten unbelievable nights featuring some of the best performers on the planet appearing live and interacting directly with their fans on Connect and Beats 1.
UK residents can apply here to win tickets via the Apple Music platform.