Apple has confirmed several more acts for its iTunes Festival next month. Among them are Paolo Nutuni, Jesse Ware, and Gregory Porter.

Luke Sital-Singh will support Robert Plant, and Elbow, Ryan Adams, and Lenny Kravitz have also been added to the bill for the month-long Festival.

The iTunes Festival runs from 1-30 September at London’s Roundhouse. There will be one headline and line support act each night. Already announced are Blondie, Pharrell Williams, Beck, Kylie, and Chrissie Hynde.

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