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The Line-Up For The Daytime Village At The iHeartRadio Music Festival


NEW YORK, NY (CelebrityAccess) — iHeartMedia announced the full line-up for its Daytime Village at the 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival. The Daytime Village will return to the Las Vegas Village across from the Luxor Hotel and Casino on Saturday, September 24 – between the two nights of the sixth annual iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas on September 23 and 24. The main stage performance line-up for this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival will be announced later this summer.

The 2016 Daytime Village will feature live performances from both popular and emerging artists, including Panic! At The Disco, Troye Sivan, Hailee Steinfeld, Good Charlotte, Lissie, Cold War Kids, Daya, Cage The Elephant, The Chainsmokers and Jeremih. They join previously announced performers Sam Hunt and Alessia Cara. The Daytime Village will also feature fan zones and interactive experiences by iHeartRadio's brand partners.

“In just three years, the Daytime Village has become the perfect complement to the historic iHeartRadio Music Festival,” said Tom Poleman, President of National Programming Group for iHeartMedia. “Fans love the village vibe where they can check out their favorite artists in all different genres while partying on the strip with their favorite iHeartRadio personalities."

“The Daytime Village stage is a place where fans can truly see the future of music,” said John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises for iHeartMedia. “In a couple of years many of these artists playing on Saturday afternoon will be headlining our main stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival.”


The iHeartRadio Music Festival and Daytime Village are part of iHeartMedia's roster of national events, including the iHeartCountry Festival, iHeartRadio Summer Pool Party, iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Concert Tour, iHeartRadio Fiesta Latina, iHeart80s Party and the iHeartRadio Music Awards, which generated 115 billion social media impressions, surpassing the social engagement for both the Grammys and the MTV Video Music Awards.