iHeartRadio Festival With U2, Drake & Britney Spears Will Launch This Fall; Get Tickets Now!
Since 2011, iHeartRadio has brought music lovers around the country the highly anticipated iHeartRadio Music Festival in Los Vegas, and on Friday, September 23, and Saturday, September 24, the two-day event will return for its sixth year. Hosted at the T-Mobile Arena, in Las Vegas, this year's lineup includes performances from artists such as U2, Drake, Britney Spears and many more, according to a report from Billboard.
Passes for the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival are already sold out, with passes on the resale market currently averaging $919, and the cheapest pass available for $210, according to data provided by ticket aggregator TiqIQ.
Other artists that are scheduled to appear throughout the two day festival are Billy Idol, Florida Georgia Line, Sia, Sam Hunt, Ariana Grande and more. Along with performances at the arena, iHeartRadio devotes an afternoon between nights of the festival to even more of today's biggest names in music, and several emerging artists. The Daytime Village on Saturday, September 24, located outside the arena on the strip of Las Vegas, will feature performances from artists such as Panic! At The Disco, Alesia Cara, Good Charlotte, Cage the Elephant, DNCE and more. Tickets for this event on Saturday afternoon are also available for purchase.
From the start of the iHeartRadio Music Festival in 2011, and throughout its six years in production, artists like The Black Eyed Peas, Rihanna, Queen + Adam Lambert and Usher have all been featured. Since then, the festival has only continued to grow, with the recent addition of the Daytime Village in 2013. The home of the festival has been the MGM Grand Garden Arena through 2015, and this year will serve as the first year it takes over the T-Mobile Arena. The entire festival will also be broadcast on The CW for fans not in attendance. Passes for this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival are expected to continue to rise as September rapidly approaches, so fans are encouraged to buy now.