Alim Kheraj
August 25, 2016 1:40 am
AppleMusic

Britney Spears, Alicia Keys, Calvin Harris, and Elton John are all set to play this year’s Apple Music Festival in London.

The yearly event, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, takes place at the historic Roundhouse venue in London’s infamous Camden, the home of Amy Winehouse and the city’s punk scene.

The 1975, Michael Bublé, Chance the Rapper, Robbie Williams, Bastilele and OneRepublic will join Ms. Spears at the festival, along with yet-to-be announced support acts.

Those who live in the UK (or are willing to travel) can register to win tickets via a ballot through the iTunes store.

Fret not if you can’t make the event, however, as you’ll be able to stream the shows via AppleMusic when the time comes.

The event will be one of the first times that Britney Spears, who releases her ninth studio album Glory this Friday (26 August), has performed a concert outside of her “Piece Of Me” Las Vegas residency, and her first international show in five years.

The singer is also set to perform at this year’s iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas on September 24, alongside the likes of Sting, Pitbull, Usher, Zedd, and Ariana Grande.

Check out the full line up for the AppleMusic Festival below:

Elton John – September 18
The 1975 – September 19
Alicia Keys – September 20
OneRepublic – September 21
Calvin Harris – September 23
Robbie Williams – September 25
Bastille – September 26
Britney Spears – September 27
Michael Buble – September 28
Chance the Rapper – September 30

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