Preview: iTunes Festival at ICA

By London_Phil Last edited 205 months ago

Last Updated 21 June 2007

Preview: iTunes Festival at ICA

iTunes announced a few weeks ago that they'll host a month of gigs at the ICA throughout July. Tiny gigs for many of the bands, the ICA holds only 350 people, and each gig will be professionally recorded to be available on iTunes.

The events features some of today's biggest bands, with the likes of Londonist favourites Mika along with Stereophonics, Amy Winehouse, Editors, Groove Armada and Duke Special all gracing the stage throughout the month long event.

Tickets are free, and are allocated by a prize draw for each date, but if you want to go you'll have to be quick - the draws close on Sunday night at midnight!

There are more bands to be announced, but the ones already announced to play the "festival" include:

1st July - Mika + Leon Jean Marie

2nd July - Crowded House + Justin Nozuka

3rd July - Travis + The Hoosiers

4th July - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club + Nine Black Alps

7th July - Groove Armada + Mutya + Beardy Man

8th July - Ash + Ben's Brother

9th July - The View + The Dead 60s

10th July - Imogen Heap + James Wolff

11th July - Editors + GoodBooks

12th July - Scott Matthews + Terra Naomi

13th July - Athlete + Tiny Dancers

14th July - Paolo Nutini + Ghosts

15th July - Gianna Nannini + Elissa

16th July - Ludovico Einaudi + Dhafer Youssef

17th July - The Bad Plus + Rebekka Bakken

18th July - The Pigeon Detectives + The Rakes

19th July - Beverley Knight + Raul Midon

20th July - Stereophonics + Little Man Tate

23rd July - Wir Sind Helden + Leash

25th July - Amy Winehouse + The Rumble Strips + Remi Nicole

26th July - Just Jack + Mr Hudson & the Library

27th July - Jack PeƱate + Support

28th July - The Maccabees + Goldspot

29th July - Duke Special + Tom McCrae

30th July - The Coral + Candie Payne

iTunes Festival runs from 1st July - 31st July at the ICA, for more information go to the iTunes Festival website here

Photo of Paolo Nutini taken from Cherry Tree's flickr stream.