Apple is really putting in work ahead of the 10th anniversary of its Apple Music Festival, nabbing 10 massive acts for a 10-night spectacular in London. Chance the Rapper, Britney Spears, Elton John, and many more are set to headline the intimate Roundhouse venue starting Sept. 18. The best part? Free tickets will be available via a lottery system. So, yeah, get on that.

The festival, of course, will also be streamed exclusively through Apple Music. But Apple reportedly won't be offering free streams of the festival this year, as the Verge reports peeping the 10-night extravaganza will most certainly require a subscription. But don't sweat it. As Frank Ocean's awesome output over the past few weeks has shown, the service more than earns its monthly fee.

This year's festival will also include performances from Robbie Williams, The 1975, Bastille, Alicia Keys, OneRepublic, Michael Bublé, and Calvin Harris. Instead of spreading the performances across 10 consecutive days, Apple has instead chosen to throw in a couple random off days into the scheduling, presumably so fans can recover from their respective hangovers between headlining sets.

Speaking of Robbie Williams, who takes the Apple Music Festival stage Sept. 25, remember the underrated gem "Millennium?" No? Peep it:

You can find the full lineup, scheduling, and ticket information for the very special 10th anniversary edition of the Apple Music Festival by clicking right here.