Justin Timberlake is looking to bring his 20/20 Experience to the U.K.
The "Suit & Tie" singer will join Queens of the Stone Age, British popster Jessie J and Phoenix as performers at this year's Apple's iTunes Festival set for London's Roundhouse.
More than 60 artists will take part in the free, month-long concert series, which runs every night in September.
The hard-rockin' Queens, who are dropping in June their first album in six years, …Like Clockwork, are scheduled to play the venue on Sept. 6 while Timberlake and his tuxedo will swing by toward the end of the festival on Sept. 29 (no word if BFF and collaborator Jay-Z will be joining him).
Other acts confirmed on the bill so far include Jack Johnson, Primal Scream, Jake Bugg, and Thirty Seconds to Mars with more to be announced in the coming weeks.
Tickets will be divvied up via a lottery and each show will be streamed online via iTunes.
The first iTunes Festival kicked off in 2007 and subsequent editions have featured a who's who of music stars including Paul McCartney, Crowded House, Foo Fighters, Muse, Amy Winehouse, Alicia Keys, Usher among others.