‘Up Next’ Apple Store concerts are free to Apple Music subscribers

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Apple's free Up Next concerts feature some pretty big names.
Apple's free Up Next concerts feature some pretty big names.
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Apple is hosting seven exclusive concerts and artist Q&As at Apple Stores around the world. Designed to promote Apple Music and its “Up Next” playlists, the concerts run from July 9 through August 23.

They are free to subscribers to Apple Music.

The first “Up Next Live” concert with Bad Bunny kicks off in Milan, Italy, on July 9. After that, cities the tour will visit include San Francisco, Brooklyn, Paris, London, Chicago and Washington, D.C. Each artist will play just one date.

You can see the full list of concerts below. For more information, visit Apple’s dedicated webpage here for ticketing information.

July 9: Bad Bunny – Apple Piazza Liberty, Milan
July 19: Jessie Reyez – Apple Union Square, San Francisco
July 25: King Princess – Apple Williamsburg, Brooklyn
July 31: Lewis Capaldi – Apple Champs-Élysées, Paris
August 9: Daniel Caesar – Apple Covent Garden, London
August 16: Ashley McBryde – Apple Michigan Avenue, Chicago
August 23: Khalid – Apple Carnegie Library, Washington, D.C.

Apple the concert promoters

This isn’t the first time Apple has run concerts. The most famous of these was the iTunes Festival (later Apple Music Festival), which Apple ran in the U.K.

Apple first threw the festival in 2007. In addition to offering tickets for fans to attend live, Apple streamed the shows online. Apple staged the last one in 2017.

Will you be attending any of the “Up Next” concerts? Let us know in the comments below.