Seven Apple Music 'Up Next' concerts coming to major Apple stores

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Seven special concerts featuring Apple Music's "Up Next" lineup will take place at Apple stores in major cities, an official events coordinator revealed on Monday.

The first of the concerts is Bad Bunny, taking place at Apple Piazza Liberty in Milan. Jessie Reyes is playing San Francisco's Union Square on July 19, and King Princess will take over Apple Williamsburg in Brooklyn July 25.

Lewis Capaldi is scheduled for Apple Champs-Elysees in Paris on July 31, followed by Daniel Caesar at Covent Garden in London on Aug. 9. Lastly, Ashley McBryde will play Chicago's Michigan Avenue on Aug. 16, and perhaps the best-known name on the list — Khalid — will come to Apple Carnegie Library in Washington, D.C. on Aug. 23.

Tickets are free, but people must apply in advance and be at least 16 years old.

Bad Bunny Apple Music Up Next

The Up Next program is intended to promote new and upcoming artists. It makes regular appearances on Apple Music itself, and Apple has negotiated to put some artists on ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live."