The iHeart Radio Music Festival will once again return to Las Vegas this fall. The annual music fest will take place September 20th and 21st at T-Mobile Arena, with the Daytime Stage set for the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on September 21st.
While the lineup for the festival will be announced at a later date, the first set of performers for the Daytime Stage have been announced, including Juice WRLD, Maren Morris, Billie Eilish, Old Dominion, Zara Larsson, CNCO, Brett Young, FLETCHER and Monsta X.
Halsey and Alicia Keys are to be honored with special awards at next month’s iHeart Music Awards.
Halsey will be honored with the L'Oréal Paris and iHeartRadio 2019 Fangirls Award, which “recognizes a female artist who has pushed boundaries with her music and message while inspiring her fans around the globe,” while Alicia is set to receive the iHeartRadio Innovator Award for her “contributions to pop culture and social causes as an artist, songwriter, producer, entrepreneur and activist.”
Garth Brooks will also be honored with the first-ever iHeart Radio Artist of the Decade Award, which recognizes “his impact on the music industry as one of the world’s most successful and beloved artists.”
The 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards air March 14th live on Fo ,from Los Angeles’ Microsft Theater.
Shawn Mendes’ North American tour just got bigger. Not only has the singer added 16 dates to his North American trek, but he’s added Alessia Cara as special guest on both the U.S. and European legs of the tour.
The new dates hit such cities as Milwaukee, Chicago, Los Angeles, Oakland, Boston, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, and Columbus. Tickets go on sale March 2nd.
Shawn’s tour is set to kick off March 7th in Amsterdam, and hits the U.S. June 12th in Portland, Oregon.
- June 25: Milwaukee, WI-Fiserv Forum
- June 27 & 28: Chicago, IL -Allstate Arena
- July 5 & 6: Los Angeles, CA- Staples Center
- July 13 & 14: Oakland, CA - Oracle Arena
- August 15 & 16: Boston, MA- TD Garden
- August 23 & 24: Brooklyn, NY - Barclays Center
- August 26: Columbus, OH - Nationwide Arena
- August 28: Philadelphia, PA - Wells Fargo Center
Former One Direction singer Niall Horan is sick and tired of online trolls, and he wants everyone to know about it. In a series of tweets, he blasted the way people treat each other online, calling it “disgusting,” although there’s no word on what exactly set him off.
“There’s no way you would ever say half of the stuff you do to someone’s face,” he writes. “Bravery behind the buttons of a phone. It’s a real shame as half the time , you don’t know the person you are talking to . Would anyone agree ?”
He adds, “People feel like they know you know and they just don’t. Just be nice to everyone and the world will be a much better place and social media is a good start.”