See several recent highlights from the Apple Music Festival.
Though it's taking place in London, the Apple Music Festival is getting broadcast around the world. Performers include Take That with special guest Charlie Puth , Carrie Underwood, The Weeknd, the Chemcial Brothers, Disclosure, Pharrell, Mumford & Sons and Florence and the Machine. Openers include Little Mix, Leon Bridges and James Bay.
Here's a bit of what went down:
■ One Direction
Following the announcement their new album "Made In The A.M" is available for pre-order and with it their latest release "Infinity," the guys of One Direction took the stage at the Apple Music Festival to sing a string of their biggest hits, including "Story of My Life," "What Makes You Beautiful," "Best Song Ever" and their recent lead-single "Drag Me Down."
Liam Payne said: "It's amazing to be here. Thank you so much for coming down here to see us. It's the first time we have played in London for ages. You guys really are the best fans in the world and those of you who aren't fans will be. It has been an amazing five years - thank you so much."
Drag Me Down
What Makes You Beautiful
■ Ellie Goulding
Goulding played some of her biggest hits, including "Powerful" collaboration with Major Lazer, "Love Me Like You Do" and the debut performance of her new single "On My Mind."
On My Mind
Love Me Like You Do
■ Little Mix
The UK girl group performed a 20-minute set, including debuting a new song from their Get Weird album titled "Grown" (co-written by Jess Glynne) along with a few seconds a cappella style of "Love Me Like You."
Love Me Like You