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The iheartradio Music Festival Is Back in Vegas September 21st & 22nd

After last year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival debut here in Sin City, it’s return was inevitable after such a successful turnout. Stars like Lady Gaga, Nicki Minaj and Kenny Chesney made their way to Vegas last year and now, this year’s line-up promises to be even more star-studded.

This year on Sept. 21 and 22, the MGM Grand Garden hosts the festival with a bill that will feature Rihanna, Bon Jovi, Taylor Swift, Pink, Aerosmith, Shakira, and many, many more. Also as a tip-of –the-hat to the increasingly growing popularity of EDM, the event will feature big-name DJs, which will include Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Harris, and deadmau5.

Much as the case in 2011 (for the festivals debut), the shows will be streamed live on and various Clear Channel stations for fans unable to attend locally or worldwide.

Tickets for the iHeartRadio Music Festival will go on sale Saturday at Ticketmaster outlets.

I hope to see you there and I’ll keep you informed with any information, changes or music acts added in the upcoming weeks leading up to the show!

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