Two Million Apply for 60,000 Tickets for iTunes Festival 2010 in London

Apple have announced that more than two million people have applied for tickets for next month’s iTunes Festival in London.

“We’ve already had over 2 million tickets applied for, at an average of 100,000 every day,” says Oliver Schusser, senior director of iTunes Europe. “This year’s iTunes Festival is looking like our most popular ever and we can’t wait for the Scissor Sisters to kick it off in three weeks time.”

Out of these two million people there are only 60,000 tickets for teh 31-night gigfest, which takes place at the Roudhouse in Camden. Key artists include Scissor Sisters and Faithless.

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