Apple’s Music Festival is one of the biggest to hit London, providing a month of concerts filled with top-rate performers each year, since the first one in July 2007, and this is year is no different, with Apple now unveiling plans to hold the concert at the usual spot of The Roundhouse in London, but at the unusual month of September.

During the event, a total of 60 acts will be performing over the course of 30 nights, but only 5 have been announced so far and includes Usher on September 1st, Emeli Sandé on the 5th, Jack White on the 8th, Norah Jones on the 10th and finally One Direction on September 30th.

But Apple isn’t done just yet and are as usual offering free tickets to the festival via their iTunes Festival 2012 app, which is so far only available in the UK, but Apple will also be running a lottery system to residents within the UK, Ireland, France, Germany and The Netherlands. If you don’t live in one of those countries Apple will be streaming live with details to be announced in August.

Keep it here for more details when we find them out, and don’t forget to download the iPhone app here.

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