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iTunes Festival Adds The Killers, Countdown to September

iTunes Festival Adds The Killers, Countdown to September

 

By: Corey Tate
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August 22, 2012

 

10 days and counting until the start of the iTunes festival, playing live in London and on Apple devices everywhere. The Killers were added to the lineup today, and join the likes of Jack White, Band of Horses, Deadmau5, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, Frightened Rabbit, Hot Chip and more. More than 60 actss will play out over the month of September with daily performances from the iTunes Festival. Tickets for the London events are free, but you have to register at the web site fore the shows you'd like to attend, then winners are chosen. You can even try to get an iTunes festival pass for all of the events, should be so inclined. Go to the iTunes festival web site for more on tickets.

It's also available for viewing via the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch. Apple has made it available in more countries than last year's app, so check for availability if you were denied last year. You get to watch all of the performances in full (for free), either live as they happen as a live stream, or as an archived video after the show. If you're in on AirPlay or Apple TV, you can also check out the shows via those capabilities as well.

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