iTunes Festival 2013 headliners announced: Justin Timberlake, Jessie J, 30 Seconds to Mars and more!

Apple has this morning announced the first details of the iTunes Festival 2013, including dates and the headline acts. The iOS application for this years event is also now available to download, and is a great way for fans in the UK to try and win themselves some tickets. Some of the big names for this year; Justin Timberlake, Jessie J, 30 Seconds to Mars and Queens of the Stone Age!

Once again, the iTunes Festival will run through every night in September at the legendary Roundhouse venue in North London, with the first of the currently announced acts, Queens of the Stone Age, hitting the stage on September 6. Other key dates are; Jack Johnson on September 16, Thirty Seconds to Mars on September 18, Primal Scream on September 20, Jessie J on September 23 and Justin Timberlake will take the stage on the penultimate night of the festival on September 29.

As ever, Apple has released an iOS app for iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad with all you need to know about the event within. More importantly, grabbing the app provides an easy way to enter to win tickets to the concert(s) of your choice, and to watch everything as it happens in September. There's still a lot of dates to be filled, and if past iTunes Festival lineups are anything to go by, there could still be some big names to come. So, who are you entering to win tickets for?!

Source: Apple

Richard Devine

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There are 3 comments. Add yours.

paleh0rse says:

Justin Timberlake? Yep, that's about what I'd expect... Apple certainly knows its audience! :P

Spartacuswines says:

UK Store App only. MIA for Canada, that drives me nuts!

Richard Devine says:

Tickets are handled differently outside the UK, maybe that's why? Perhaps you'll get it when the tickets have been allocated?