The 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival Returned to Las Vegas With an Iconic Lineup and Unforgettable Moments

For the First Time, Hulu Served as the Official Streaming Destination of the Festival with a 3-hour On-Demand Special Available October 10 – 31

NEW YORK – September 25, 2023 – After two days and dozens of legendary performances, the annual iHeartRadio Music Festival hosted by Ryan Seacrest concluded on Saturday evening at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with unforgettable performances over the span of two days by Foo Fighters, Fall Out Boy, Kelly Clarkson, Kane Brown, Lil Wayne, Lil Durk, Lenny Kravitz, Miguel, Public Enemy, Sheryl Crow, Travis Scott, Tim McGraw, TLC and Thirty Seconds to Mars.

The iconic weekend-long concert event included the biggest names in music across all genres on the main stage at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on the evenings of September 22 and September 23. The all-new House of Music mixed-reality immersive experience inspired by the artists who performed that weekend at the festival main stage. This free event was open to the public and invited guests to explore over 15 interactive rooms, immersing themselves in the lives, music, and passions of their favorite artists and brands. Guests got the chance to experience their favorite brands in all new ways and walk away with prizes and limited-edition swag. Some of the brands in the installation included Audible, Bose, Häagen-Dazs Cultured Crème, The Hartford Small Business Insurance, Hyundai, Kokomo by Canon, M&M'S®, Moderna, Seagram’s Escapes, T-Mobile, Wendy's and [ yellow tail ] Wine.

Highlights of the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival:

Night one- Friday, September 22, 2023

  • Agnez Mo got the crowd warmed up as a pre-show performer with her dance moves and hits. The artist set the bar high for sets to come and dazzled the stage with endless energy as she performed fiery hit "Get Loose" draped in a sharp, futuristic fit.
  • Lenny Kravitz officially kicked off the show with his cover of The Guess Who's 1970 hit, "American Woman." The crowd cheered as Kravitz and his band launched into his next song "Fly Away," from his fifth studio album 5. Switching out his guitars, Kravitz then soothed the crowd with his hit "It Ain't Over 'til It's Over" from his 1991 sophomore album Mama Said. The rock icon then slowed down the tempo with his rock ballad "Believe" from the 1993 album Are You Gonna Go My Way. Kravitz continued with his song "Again."
  • TLC started with their top-charting cheater's anthem "Creep" with the support of a live band. The spirit of the late Lisa "LeftEye" Lopes was felt during their performances of "Ain't Too Proud" and "What About Your Friends." After they performed "No Scrubs", T-Boz and Chili paid homage to LeftEye right before they got into "Waterfalls."
  • Sheryl Crow kicked off her set with a 90s throwback “If It Makes You Happy,” featured on her self-titled project that made its debut mid-decade. She represented the same album with other fan-favorite highlights, including “A Change Would Do You Good,” and her epic finale, “Everyday Is A Winding Road.” Crow also performed “My Favorite Mistake,” and added a few early 2000s classics to the mix to complete her set list with “Real Gone” and “Soak Up The Sun.”
  • Bakar hit the stage during the M&M's Spotlight performance at T-Mobile Arena to perform "All Night" and "Hell n Back."
  • Lil Durk performed notable tracks like "Pelle Coat," "AHH HA," "Home Body," "Hellcats & Trackhawks" and his verse on DJ Khaled's "Every Chance I Get." Towards the end of his set, Lil Durk brought out J. Cole to perform their collaboration "All My Life" together for the first time ever.
  • Tim McGraw launched into an epic set with “How Bad Do You Want It,” firing up the Vegas crowd. McGraw delivered renditions of career-spanning anthems, including 90s country throwbacks and tracks from his latest full-length project, Standing Room Only. The country singer/songwriter unleashed his debut album in 1993, and in the last three decades, he’s become widely known for smash-hits throughout his career like “Something Like That,” “Real Good Man,” “Live Like You Were Dying” and others.
  • The multifaceted singer Miguel took over the stage as he played his guitar alongside his live band, performing some brand new music that might appear on his upcoming album Viscera. Later on, he delivered revitalizing versions of his classic songs like "Adorn," "How Many Drinks," "Sky Walker, "Sure Thing" and his recent hit with Diplo "Don't Forget My Love." Miguel also received the iHeartRadio Titanium Award, for his hit “Sure Thing,” awarded to artists who have reached a threshold of 1 billion total audience spins across iHeartRadio stations of their hit song in 2023.
  • Kane Brown had two big surprises up his sleeve during his set when he invited his wife, Katelyn Brown, out to sing "Thank God," followed by Khalid to help him sing their collab "Be Like That." Brown also performed his new Phil Collins-inspired single "I Can Feel It" for the first time.
  • Lil Wayne closed out the first night of this year's festival. Weezy kicked things off with "John" before he busted out various classics like "6 Foot 7 Foot," "A Milli," "Lollipop," "Blunt Blowin," "Rich As F**k," "Love Me" and his hit off Tha Carter V "Uproar." With the support of his DJ and a drummer, Wayne also performed "Kat Food" which he confirmed will be on his upcoming LP Tha Fix Before Tha VI.

Night two- Saturday, September 23:

  • Paul Cauthen got the crowd on their feet with his pre-show performance of “25 Tequilas” and “Cocaine Country Dancing.”
  • Public Enemy opened up the second night of the iHeartRadio Music Festival by performing classics from "Harder Than You Think" to newer joints like the DJ Premier-produced "State of the Union (STFU)." Towards the end of their set, they even debuted a new song called "Everywhere Man."
  • Foo Fighters took the stage at the festival for the very first time, performing an incredible set of some of their biggest hits from their nearly three-decade long career including “Learn to Fly,” “My Hero” and “Everlong.”
  • Thirty Seconds to Mars performed a set full of fan favorites and new songs, then Jared Leto welcomed an Elvis Presley impersonator onto the stage to help the crowd let loose for their song "Stuck." They ended their set by bringing fans up on stage to rock out to one of their biggest hits "The Kill" from their second album A Beautiful Lie.
  • Kelly Clarkson performed her hits including “Stronger,” “Mine” and “Miss Independent.” She closed her set with one of her most iconic hit throughout her career, prompting an epic singalong with the crowd: "Since U Been Gone," an empowering anthem that appeared on her 12-track Breakaway album in 2004. Notably, Clarkson made a lyric swap at the end of “Since U Been Gone,” singing: "I'm so happy now that you’re gone."
  • Fall Out Boy played all of their fan-favorites and new music including “Sugar,” “Arms Race,” and “Dance Dance.” They closed out their set with a bang, by performing with fires blazing on their heads while performing "We Didn’t Start The Fire" their updated 2023 cover of Billy Joel's 1989 hit.
  • Travis Scott closed out the final night of the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival with his album's intro "HYAENA," "K-POP," which he exclusively debuted on iHeartRadio, "FE!N," "TELEKINESIS" and "MELTDOWN." He also belted out fan favorites like "No Bystanders," "Antidote," "Sicko Mode" and "Goosebumps."

The 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival also featured celebrity appearances including AJ McLean, Anna Aya, Ashlee Keating, Brian Austin Green, Cheryl Burke, Cynthia Bailey, Danielle Fishel, DINER, Gabby Windey and Robby Hoffman, Jana Kramer, Jenna Ushkowitz, Kevin McHale, Little Image, Laura Marano, Lance Bass, Michael Turchin, Mitch Clark, Randy Spelling, Rider Strong, Sharna Burgess, Will Friedle and more.

Each night, the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival was broadcast live for fans via iHeartMedia radio stations throughout the country across more than 150 markets. For the first time this year, Hulu serves as the Official Streaming Destination of the iHeartRadio Music Festival, adding to its already robust slate of live event content. Performances were livestreamed exclusively to Hulu subscribers at no additional cost, and highlights will be available on-demand on Hulu October 10 – 31. For more information on the livestream line-up, please visit:

Proud partners of this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival include Audible, Bose, Capital One, Häagen-Dazs Cultured Crème, The Hartford Small Business Insurance, Hyundai, Kokomo by Canon, M&M'S®, MGM Resorts International, Moderna, Seagram’s Escapes, T-Mobile, Wendy's, Wild Turkey® Bourbon and [yellow tail ] Wine.

The 2023 iHeartRadio Music Festival is co-produced by John Sykes and Tom Poleman for iHeartMedia; and Michael Dempsey for Dempsey Productions. For more details about the iHeartRadio Music Festival visit

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iHeartMedia (NASDAQ: IHRT) is the number one audio company in the United States, reaching nine out of 10 Americans every month. It consists of three business groups.

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The iHeartMedia Digital Audio Group includes the company’s fast-growing podcasting business -- iHeartMedia is the number one podcast publisher in downloads, unique listeners, revenue and earnings -- as well as its industry-leading iHeartRadio digital service, available across more than 250 platforms and 2,000 devices; the company’s digital sites, newsletters, digital services and programs; its digital advertising technology companies; and its audio industry-leading social media footprint.

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