The second wave was announced on Apple Music’s Twitter Wednesday (Sept. 2), also including newcomer Leon Bridges and British pop group Take That. The Weeknd, The Chemical Brothers, and Take That are headliners, while Bridges will open for Pharrell Williams and Bay for Florence + The Machine. One Direction will also appear at the festival.
Previously known as the iTunes Festival, the 10-night Apple Music Festival will take place at London’s Roundhouse starting Sept. 19. Performances will be streamed live and on-demand on Apple Music. According to the festival’s official website, here is the schedule so far: