Apple has announced the iTunes Festival in London this July.
Over 60 of the world's best current bands and artists will perform at the iTunes Festival, which takes place at the prestigious Institute of Contemporary Arts in London throughout the month of July.
The festival begins on 1 July with a performance from Mika. The impressive line-up across the rest of the month includes Amy Winehouse, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Mr Hudson and the Library, Travis, Groove Armada, Stereophonics, Crowded House and many more.
Tickets will be free - but they will also be deeply limited. Apple is offering fans the chance to win one pair of 150 pairs of tickets for each night of the festival, audiences will be limited to just 350 people.
"But this is not just another festival. Tickets for these intimate gigs cannot be bought. Instead, you will have the chance to win tickets and see your idols perform live," the company says.
Every performance will be recorded and made available for sale through iTunes. Apple will also be publishing photographs, festival blogs, videos, podcasts, and artist interviews from the event across the month.
More details and the chance to win tickets to see one of the artists announced so far - and more are to be announced - are available here.