The iHeartRadio Music Festival is set to take place on Friday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The two-day festival will feature 45 performers including Drake, Sia, DNCE, Bryson Tiller, Alessia Cara, The Chainsmokers and more.
Can't make it the show? No worries. You can live stream it. Billy Idol, the first performer of the night is scheduled to hit the stage at 7:30 p.m. PST, which is when the live stream will begin.
The festival started six years ago and continues to grow in popularity, according to John Sykes, president of iHeartMedia’s Entertainment Enterprises, the Las VegasReview Journal reported Thursday. He said that “anything is on the table” when it comes to the growth of the music extravaganza.
“I don’t think we’re concert promoters, but we would work with a concert promoter,” he said. “It is not our vision to be that, but it is our vision to be creative and take risks and try anything. The village was an organic kind of growth step for us. The first few years, we just did the festival. (Daytime Village) came out of a natural evolution of the festival."
By putting acts like Usher, Ariana Grande and Florida Georgia Line on the same stage, Sykes said the festival is different compared to anything else.
“I think that’s why the festival has had legs and it continues to grow. It continues to do something different than anyone else," Sykes said. “Our existence is not just to copy something that’s already there. It reflects what we do every day with our radio stations and our app, which is really to serve everyone.”
Last year, the festival included Kanye West, Coldplay, Sam Smith And Duran Duran, amongst other notable artists.
Although the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival and Daytime Village are sold out, fans can still listen to their favorite artists by going online to CWTV.com or the can use their mobile device to watch it in The CW app. Music fans who would prefer to listen to the festival can stream from iHeartRadio Music Festival '16 Radio. Audio from the show will also be available on select iHeartMedia radio stations across the country.
The rest of the lineup is below.