Sep 12, 2016 10:13 AM EDT
Apple Music Festival 2016 Update: 10th Anniversary 10-Day Celebration In 1847 Railway Repair Shed & How To Get Tickets (HERE); Apple Music Presents 2 Spotify-like Playlists
Apple Music Festival will be celebrating its 10th anniversary on Sept. 18 to Sept. 30 with shows on Sept. 19, 21, 23, 25 and 28. It will be held at Camden Roundhouse, London, near Chalk Farm tube and Camden Town.
The Apple Music Festival will be celebrated in 10 nights to commemorate the 10th edition of the Apple Music Festival which first started in 2007. The Apple Music Festival will be featuring singers Britney Spears, Michael Buble, Alicia Keys with Jordan Fisher, and Elton John with support acts from Rosie Lowe, Christine and The Queens, and Parker Millsap.
Apple Music Festival will kick off with a performance from Elton John and wrapped up with Chance the Rapper. They will grace the Camden Roundhouse stage which was originally a railway repair shed back in 1847.
Tickets to the Apple Music Festival are free but those interested need to sign up to the Apple Music website and register to get free tickets. Other places to win tickets are WH Smith and Glamour mag. For those who are not signed up to Apple Music, British GQ is also giving away tickets, Metro reported.
The Apple Music Festival can also be viewed live on Apple Music. Subscribes in 100 countries can watch the festival on all kinds of devices, which includes but is not limited to iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV, Mac, PC, and Android phones, Huffington Post reported.
Speaking of Apple Music, it has previously launched its personalized playlists for users with beta access to iOS 10 and macOS Sierra. Apple Music depends on its algorithm and the users' history of tracks and singers listened to, making the experience unique for every user.
Apple Music's latest feature for selected users arrived a day before Apple's highly-anticipated press event happened on Sept. 7, the same day when the most anticipated iPhone 7 was revealed. The release date for iOS 10,on the other hand, was also announced at the event.
Apple Music now includes two personalized playlists similar to Spotify's famous "Discovery Weekly" playlist called "My New Music Mix" and "My Favorite Mix." Meanwhile, watch other Apple Music Festival 10 details here:
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