The 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival took place on the T-Mobile Arena stage in Las Vegas this past weekend. These are the ones who played the evening performances and a little taste of music that made the crowd stand on their feet.
Dua Lipa starts the night of one of the 2021 iHeartRadio concerts
Dua Lipa started the party with some people on September 17 nostalgia for the future Hits like “Physical,” “New Testament,” and “Love Again.” After that, Cheap Trick took the stage and performed throw-backs such as “I Want You to Want Me” and “Surrender”. Walker Hayes certainly treated audiences to his current hit, “Fancy Like.” Finesse next takes the stage and previews her upcoming debut album, optimistic, with “The 90s” among other songs.
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Darius Rucker performed “Only Wanna Be With You” by Hootie & the Blowfish, along with some of his greatest country hits. Naturally, he closed his set with a “wagon wheel”. Weezer enthralled audiences with fan favorites like “Beverly Hills,” “Hash Pipe,” “Holiday in the Sun,” and “Buddy Holly.” He also performed his cover of Toto’s “Africa”. After that J. Cole was with “London,” “Power Trip,” and “No Role Modelz.” Bass also made an appearance for a performance of “The Jackie”. To close the night was none other than Nelly with special guest Florida Georgia Line.
Night Two of the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival
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Billie Eilish, 19, kicked off the second night of the festivities. His brother and collaborator, Phineas, sang the backup vocals. Their sets included songs from both When we all fall asleep, where do we go? And happier than ever. Sam Hunt took the stage next and performed songs like “House Party” and “23”, which were released earlier this month. Then there was Coldplay, which performed their latest single, “Higher Power”, along with old favorites like “Viva la Vida” and “Fix You”.
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Lil Baby had a reminiscent crowd with “My Dog” and of course their 2020 TikTok anthem, “Whoah,” which featured some TikTok dancers on stage. Khalid, 23, delivered hits like “Talk,” “Young, Dumb and Broke,” and “OTW.” Tate McRae also joined Soul Singer to perform “Working”. The Kid Laroi hit the stage (after having previously performed on stage during the day) to perform hits such as “Still Chooses You,” “Always Do,” and “Without You.” Journey to closure was the festival, which successfully got everyone back on their feet. His last song of the night was “Don’t Stop Believin’.” As soon as the song, and the festival ended, confetti rained down on the audience.
If you want to see the iHeartRadio Music Festival of 2021, or if you were there and want to relive the magic, you can tune in to the two-night special CW Network October 2nd and October 3rd from 8-10 pm ET/PT.