The iHeartRadio Music Festival released a star-studded lineup Monday for its September concert event in Las Vegas. Drake, Britney Spears and U2 are among the biggest acts on the list, which also includes Ariana Grande, Usher, twenty-one pilots and Zedd, according to Rolling Stone. The two-day show takes place Sept. 23-24 at the T-Mobile Arena.
With a schedule like that, we already know your next question: How do you get tickets?
We've got you covered. Here are five ways to score passes to the upcoming festival:
1. If you have a MasterCard, you can access a special presale that kicked off at 9 a.m. EDT Monday and runs through Wednesday at 9 p.m EDT. Tickets range from $150-$750 here.
3. Attend the Daytime Village, a mini-festival during the day Sept. 24 at the Las Vegas Village on the Strip. The Daytime Village lineup includes DNCE, Sam Hunt, Panic! at the Disco, Troye Sivan, Daya and Cage the Elephant. Early bird general admission tickets have already gone on sale here, and they're much cheaper at only $39.
4. Win tickets. iHeartRadio is giving away a trip to the festival for free here and a vacation to the Daytime Village here. Check out the Taste the Music contest as well to enter your name for a free VIP experience.
5. Buy them through another vendor. Don't want to chance not getting your general admission tickets on Saturday? Browse resale tickets on a third-party site like StubHub, which already has seats starting at $450 here. Or search Craigslist, which has listings for Daytime Village seats starting at $210.
As always, beware of ticket scalpers if you buy passes secondhand. Make sure you're spending your money wisely by looking on Facebook fan groups for tickets, prioritizing physical tickets over PDFs and negotiating prices, according to Showbams.com.