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Apple's WWDC Bash To Feature Performance By 'Pompeii' Hitmaker Bastille

Apple's WWDC Bash To Feature Performance By 'Pompeii' Hitmaker Bastille

June 5, 2014
Attendees of this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) have been invited by Apple to a performance by Bastille at the WWDC Bash on Thursday night, as reported by Apple Insider. In an invitation to attendees, Apple says:
You can't live by code alone. Come watch Bastille perform Thursday night at the WWDC Bash. The party starts at 6:00 p.m. at Yerba Buena Gardens.
Yerba Buena Gardens comprise two blocks of public parks in downtown San Francisco, California, where the conference is being held. As part of the WWDC Bash, attendees are eligible to download two songs by Bastille in the iTunes Store for free by redeeming promotional codes given by Apple. Bastille is a four-man English rock band. Formed in 2010, the band is best known for the hit song "Pompeii." Bastille also performed at last year's iTunes Festival in London. Last year's WWDC Bash featured a performance by American rock band Vampire Weekend. See also: Amazon Likely To Unveil Rumored 3-D Smartphone At June 18 Launch Event, Go, You Chicken Fat, Go! Apple Focuses On Fitness In New iPhone 5s TV Ad, and Apple Now Producing TV Ads In-House Instead Of Relying On Longtime Collaborator.

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