Music: The 2022 iHeartRadio Music Festival Lineup Revealed

2022 iHeartRadio Music Festival Lineup Revealed

The iHeartRadio Music Festival is returning to Las Vegas and a star-studded lineup is set to take over the stage at T-Mobile Arena on September 23rd and 24th.

Hosted by Ryan Seacrest, this year's iHeartRadio Music Festival will feature performances from Avril LavigneBlack Eyed PeasHalseyLionel RichieLL COOL JLuke CombsMaren MorrisMegan Thee StallionMorgan WallenNicki MinajPat Benetar & Neil GiraldoSam SmithThe Black Keys and more. And as always, the show will include one-of-a-kind collaborations and surprise performances.

Fans can tune in and watch the 2022 iHeartRadio Music Festival via an exclusive stream each night on September 23rd and 24th on The CW app and The CW Network will also broadcast a two-night television special this October. Additionally, the festival will be broadcast live for fans via iHeartRadio stations throughout the country across more than 150 markets, and on the iHeartRadio app.

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Korn, FFDP & More Set For Rocklahoma

The lineup is coming together for the 15th Rocklahoma festival in Pryor, Oklahoma. On Memorial Day weekend, the Pryor Creek Music Festival Grounds will be headlined by Korn, Shinedown, and Five Finger Death Punch.

The rest of the lineup is filled with top brands, including Evanescence, Megadeth, Seether, Three Days Grace, Cypress Hill, Jelly Roll, In This Moment, Motionless In White, Ice Nine Kills, and more. Passes go on sale at 10 a.m. Central Time on the festival’s official website with early bird pricing through June 17th.

EVANESCENCE's New Lineup Performs Live For First Time

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Check out Bruce Springsteen joining Coldplay for two songs at their New Jersey concert on Sunday night. 

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20 Rock Music Guinness World Records   



"Loudwire" compiled a list of 20 rock music-related Guinness World Records. Here are 10: 



1.  Most memes ever used in a music video:  Weezer's video for "Pork and Beans".  They used 55 different memes including the dramatic gopher and "Leave Britney alone". 



2.  Shortest music concert:  The Who in 2007 in Tampa, Florida.  It lasted only 13 seconds because Roger Daltrey realized he couldn't sing due to an illness. 



3.  Most encores ever at a music concert:  The Cure in 2004 and 2005.  They returned to the stage FIVE times at the end of three of their concerts during that time. 



4.  First music video to be banned by MTV:  Queen's video for "Body Language" in 1982.  It had, quote, "homoerotic undertones" and excessive skin. 


 5.  Longest music video:  Twenty One Pilots' "Level of Concern".  It ended up being 117 days, 16 hours, 10 minutes, and 25 seconds long.  It was a live steam on YouTube using video submissions from fans. 



6.  Most music tracks released within one week:  Pearl Jam.  In May of 2021, they released 5,404 live tracks from 14 years' worth of shows to their digital archive. 



7.  Largest electric guitar in the world:  Modeled after a 1967 Gibson Flying V, it's 43 feet long, 7-and-a-half inches tall, and a little over 16 feet wide.  It's playable, too. 



8.  First band to destroy instruments on stage:  The Who in 1964.  Pete Townshend destroyed his guitar after accidentally breaking the neck of it on a low ceiling. 



9.  Highest grossing music biopic in the world:  "Bohemian Rhapsody", which was about Queen and Freddie Mercury.  It set the record with $733 million back in 2019 and that has since grown to over $910 million. 



10.  Longest marathon playing drums:  133 hours and 3 minutes . . . which is over five days long.  It was accomplished by a man named Carlos Santos in Portugal. 

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Jeremiah Fraites from The Lumineers was walking in Boston when he saw a street artist playing their song "Ophelia". So he joined in, even though the guy didn't know who he was. 

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A previously unreleased QUEEN song with FREDDIE MERCURY is coming in September. 

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System Of A Down And Korn Performs At Banc Of California Stadium

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