July 1st marks the first day of Apple's annual iTunes Music Festival in London. The month-long celebration will be happening every day, featuring a diverse range of 62 artists including Paul Simon, Foo Fighters, My Chemical Romance, Duran Duran, Jimmy Eat World, Moby, and a yet-to-be announced mystery artist for the July 15 date, all streaming live on your Apple devices. If you're in London, you can grab the concert tickets for free, although you might not have long as this week's concerts have all been sold out. For everyone else who can't make it to the live concerts, live streaming is the next best thing to being there, just download the official app on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch. The app streams the shows live and provides information on the artist lineup in greater detail. If you have a second-generation Apple TV, you can even stream through AirPlay support. Who knows, perhaps live concert streaming could become the norm as more people spend the bulk of their time in front of computers and even less outdoors.