This week, iHeartMedia confirmed the lineup for the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Festival. The concert event goes live on September 20-21, taking place at the Las Vegas T-Mobile Arena. The lineup this year includes performances by Alicia Keys, Cage The Elephant, Camila Cabello, Chance The Rapper, Def Leppard, French Montana, Halsey, Heart, H.E.R., Miley Cyrus, Mumford & Sons, Tim McGraw, and the Zac Brown Band. As we reported earlier, Ryan Seacrest is hosting the event this year.
The Daytime Stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival will take place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on September 21 with performances by Juice WRLD, Maren Morris, Billie Eilish, Old Dominion, H.E.R., Zara Larsson, CNCO, Brett Young, FLETCHER, Monsta X, Bryce Vine and Lauv, with more to be announced over the coming weeks.
“Year after year, the iHeartRadio Music Festival continues to captivate audiences nationwide,” said Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer for iHeartMedia. “Since its inception in 2011, this festival has become the can’t miss music event of the year. We’re thrilled to once again bring the world’s biggest artists together on one stage for one incredible weekend.”
The iHeartRadio Music Festival will broadcast live for fans through the iHeartMedia radio stations throughout the country, and across more than 150 markets. The CW Network will broadcast a two-night television special on October 2 and October 3 following the live event. If you can’t go, set a reminder to watch the CW livestream from both nights of the festival through The CW App and CWTV.com.
“Each year we strive to live up to our reputation as the most diverse music festival in the world,” said John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises for iHeartMedia. “This year we have the best in class from all genres of music performing indoors and out, all weekend long.”
The 2019 iHeartRadio Music Festival is co-produced by John Sykes, and Tom Poleman. For more details about the iHeartRadio Music Festival visit iHeartRadio.com/festival.
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