Band Headlining iHeartRadio Music Festival In Las Vegas


No Doubt have updated their events page with more festival information — including that fans may purchase up to 4 tickets only.

Wow! It’s been announced that No Doubt will co-headline the annual iHeart Music Festival in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand on September 21! With only a few days before the new album is out, at this time, this will be their first comeback concert of the era!

Tickets for the festival go on sale this Saturday, July 14 at 10:00 AM, through — No Doubt are only listed on the website for September 21 (not the following day!) Looks like tickets start at $82.40 (including fees and taxes) and go up to $664.15. Pretty pricey, and other headliners that night include Rihanna, Usher, Lil Wayne and Green Day.

We will keep you posted with the latest and hopefully the band will release more show dates soon!

This show will be live-streamed online though so we will all be able to watch!

The Round Table — iHeart Radio has announced the official lineup for the 2012 Music Festival’s two-day event starting September 21st and 22nd in Las Vegas, Nevada. This year’s extraordinary line-up includes Taylor Swift, Aerosmith, Rihanna, Usher, Bon Jovie, Lil Wayne, Green Day, Swedish House Mafia, No Doubt, Brad Paisely, Pitbull, deadmau5, Miranda Lambert, Enrique Iglesias, Linkin Park, and more.

The festival is a celebration of what’s hot in all genres of music, from rock, pop, and country to dance music, R&B and hip-hop. And nothing proves that point more than the diversity in the line up of artists slated to appear. Tickets go on sale via Ticketmaster starting Saturday, July 14th. You can also listen to Clear Channel radio stations for your chance to win tickets all summer long.

10 Replies to “Band Headlining iHeartRadio Music Festival In Las Vegas”

  1. Taylor Swift, Aerosmith, Rihanna, Usher – wait! what? Bon Jovie (GROSS), Lil Wayne, Green Day, Swedish House Mafia, Brad Paisely, Pitbull?????!, Miranda Lambert, Enrique Iglesias???!, Linkin Park????

    deadmau5 and No Doubt are the only decent acts on that list, the rest is just awful.

  2. no, there’s a lot of good new bands nowadays.

    that’s the face of the grammy-music-industry, which sucks.

    No Doubt should be back in the game with legendary bands! Someone please advice them!!!

  3. I agree, Maria. But this is great exposure for them (especially to a crowd that buys modern music). Plus it will great for all of us since it’s streamed!

  4. omg I want to go!!!!!!!!!!!!! I hope they release other concert dates soon, or else I will be buying tickets this Saturday!!!!!

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