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Apple Music Live series returns Friday with Harry Styles show

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The first show in the returning Apple Music Live series features Harry Styles on Friday.
The first show in the returning Apple Music Live series features Harry Styles on Friday.
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Apple has rebranded its Apple Music Live series and kicks off a new season with a live performance by Harry Styles in New York City on Friday, May 20.

Apple Music subscribers can tune into the live show and enjoy a seven-part video interview with Styles anytime.

Apple Music Festival axed after 10-year run

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The festival first launched ten years ago as the iTunes Festival.
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Apple is reportedly pulling the plug on its annual Apple Music Festival at London’s Roundhouse in the U.K.

The festival was first staged by Apple in 2007 as the iTunes Festival, and was rebranded in 2015 for the Apple Music launch. In addition to offering tickets for fans to attend live, Apple streamed the shows online.

Apple Music launches intimate concert series on YouTube

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One of Canada’s most famous music interviewers, George Stroumboulopoulos, is coming to Apple Music where he’ll host concerts featuring some of the biggest names in the industry.

Unlike the large-scale Apple Music Festival concerts hosted every year, Stroumboulopoulos (aka Strombo), will be hosting the acts at his tiny house in Toronto, giving fans an intimate concert experience unlike any other.

Britney Spears, Alicia Keys and Robbie Williams headline Apple Music Festival

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As far as star power goes, Apple Music Festival doesn't disappoint.
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Apple has released the headliners for this year’s Apple Music festival, and as far as big names go, it doesn’t disappoint.

Top acts include (deep breath) Britney Spears, Sir Elton John, Alicia Keys, Calvin Harris, Robbie Williams, The 1975, OneRepublic, Bastille, Michael Buble and Chance the Rapper — all of whom will appear at London’s Roundhouse next month.

Apple Music Festival 2016 kicks off September 18

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Apple promises "10 exhilarating nights of live music."
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The Apple Music Festival will return to the U.K. this September for “10 exhilarating nights of live music,” according to Apple.

No musical acts have been revealed yet for the festival, which will run from September 18 to September 30. But if previous years are anything to go by, 2016 promises to deliver a star-studded lineup — and Apple Music subscribers get to watch the whole thing for free online.

Here’s every amazing artist you can watch free at Apple Music Festival

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Apple has announced that Ellie Goulding will open its upcoming Apple Music Festival, while also confirming performances by Carrie Underwood and Mumford and Sons.

Check below for the now-complete lineup of main artists who will rock the London stage for 10 days between September 19 and September 28.

Apple Music festival lineup adds The Weeknd and Leon Bridges

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Apple Music Festival is starting to dial in its lineup.
Apple Music Festival is starting to dial in its lineup.
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The Chemical Brothers and the Weeknd will headline this year’s Apple Music Festival according to an announcement made today by the company on Twitter. The festival was revealed last month but Apple has only given us a few hints about who’s going to take the stage until today when Leon Bridges was also revealed to be one of the acts headlining the 10 day event.