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Saturday 31 January 2015

Katy Perry gives iTunes roaring end

Katy Perry will close the iTunes festival
Katy Perry will close the iTunes festival

Katy Perry has announced she is "pumped" to be closing the iTunes festival.

The Roar singer will close the month-long free music festival at the Roundhouse in London.

Katy tweeted: "PUMPED to announce I will be closing the month-long @iTunesFestival on 9/30 with my friends @IGGYAZALEA & @iconapop opening!"

Lady Gaga will open the festival on September 1 and other headline acts include Robin Thicke, Sir Elton John, Justin Timberlake, John Legend, Kendrick Lamar and the Kings Of Leon.

Roar is Katy's best-selling single on iTunes with more than 544,000 copies sold domestically alone, according to Apple.

The annual festival will be streamed on the iTunes festival app and available for download.

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