Apple's iTunes Festival in London will this year feature Justin Timberlake, Jessie J and Queens of the Stone Age, it was announced this morning.

The yearly iTunes Festival has been running since 2007, and has in the past featured big-name acts including Amy Winehouse, Adele, Coldplay, Oasis, Paul Simon and Sir Paul McCartney. (And, to the delight of a certain diehard fan in the office, 1990s boyband McFly.)

The iTunes Festival will take place every night of September at the Roundhouse venue in London's Chalk Farm, but as would be expected given its connections to Apple and digital music, can also be streamed live using an iOS app, or viewed online afterwards for a limited time.

If you'd rather watch Messrs Timberlake and J in person, you can apply for tickets via the app: they will be allocated through various competitions.

iTunes Festival app

iTunes Festival app Queens of the Stone Age

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