Apple’s annual iTunes festival, usually held in the summer, has now been moved to September following the summer Olympic Games.
Apple is now beginning to unveil this year’s plans to the public.
The free month long festival will be held at The Roundhouse in London, with at least 60 acts performing over the 30 nights of the festival.Free tickets are available through the Lottery system here in the UK, Ireland, France , Germany and the Netherlands. Apple will also be live streaming the video of the festival through iTunes or the mobile app.
The app currently seems only to be available in the UK app store (Link) and Apple notes on its international site for the festival that it will announce streaming options in other countries in August.
Check out http://www.itunesfestival.com/ for more information.