Who Is Performing at the iHeartRadio Music Festival 2021?

The iHeartRadio Music Festival will have performances by some of the biggest names in music. From Sept. 17 to Sept. 18, fans will be able to watch some of their favorite musicians perform and collaborate, live or from the comfort of their own couch. The iHeartRadio Music Festival has always had a diverse lineup, spanning generations and genres. This year’s lineup is no different.

The iHeartRadio Music Festival Main Stage at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
The iHeartRadio Music Festival stage | Denise Truscello/Getty Images

What is iHeartRadio Music Festival’s lineup?

The lineup for this year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival is once again filled with a diverse set of artists. Performing on the main stage at T-Mobile Arena are Billie Eilish, Cheap Trick, Coldplay, Darius Rucker, Dua Lipa, FINNEAS, J. Cole, Journey, Khalid, Lil Baby, Nelly, Sam Hunt, Weezer, and special guests Florida Georgia Line and Walker Hayes.

Meanwhile, at the DayTime Stage, fans will get to see artists like Olivia Rodrigo, The Kid LAROI, Saweetie, All Time Low, 24kGoldn, Russell Dickerson, Yungblud, Gabby Barrett, Tate McRae, Conan Gray, and more perform only on Sept. 18 at AREA15.

The iHeartRadio Music Festival is known for having some of the best collaborations. So don’t be surprised to see some of these acts either perform together or bring out surprise guests.

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How can you watch the iHeartRadio Music Festival from home?

If you don’t have tickets to the two-day event, don’t worry, there are a couple of ways you can watch and listen to the festival from wherever you are.

Fans can tune in to watch the main stage performances at 7 pm PT/10 pm ET via an exclusive livestream on The CW App and CWTV.com. It will also be “broadcast live on iHeartMedia radio stations throughout the country across more than 150 markets. The CW Network will also broadcast a two-night television special on Saturday, October 2nd and Sunday, October 3rd from 8-10 pm ET/PT,” the festival’s website writes.

For the Daytime Stage performances, fans can tune in to watch on Sept. 18 via an exclusive livestream on LivexLive.com and/or the LiveXLive app.

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This year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival is historic

Since the festival started 11 years ago, it has boasted being “the biggest multi-genre music event anywhere.” At its stages, some of the best collaborations have happened. Anything can happen at the show, between its multi-genre and multi-generational lineup. However, according to iHeartMedia, there’s something historical about this year’s festival.

“This year’s Festival will be historic for many reasons,” said Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer for iHeartMedia. “Not only will it be the first time all of these artists are together on the same stage, but also because it’ll be in front of a live audience. We’ve all been waiting for this moment – live music is back, and we’ll be celebrating like never before.”

“Live music has returned to America, and we are celebrating with our most diverse lineup of superstar artists in our 10-year history,” added John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises for iHeartMedia. “We are excited to bring this historical event to fans on iHeartRadio stations across the country, the CW Network and CWTV.com.”

Now that iHeartRadio Music Festival is back and better than ever, there’s sure to be some big surprises. Some of the festival’s best moments will more than likely happen this weekend.