This year the annual festival has been moved from July to September. All 30 nights of free music, featuring a total of more than 60 acts, are held at London’s Roundhouse.
Usher gets the fest started Sept. 1, Jack White plays Sept. 8 and Norah Jones takes the stage Sept. 10. The other confirmed acts are Emeli Sandé Sept. 5 and One Direction Sept. 20. The rest of the lineup is yet to be announced.
The festival is giving out 160 pairs of tickets for each show. To apply for a pair of tickets, visit iTunesFestival.com; select the show you’d like to attend; and then fill out your name, email and country. To be eligible to win, you must be a resident of the United Kingdom and age 14 or older. Weekly drawings for the tickets begin in June.
The shows will be broadcast live and available to watch afterward for a limited time via your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch using the iTunes Festival app. You can also watch them on your computer with iTunes or on TV using AirPlay and your Apple TV.
For more information visit iTunesFestival.com