Last weekend (Sept.20-21) was the iHeartRadio Festival and it. Was. Everything!
Don't worry if you missed out. iHeart News has you covered with everything you did catch! Make sure to check some of our highlights we think you'd like to know, like...
Chance the Rapper preaching to the crowds as he headlined the festival for the second time.The 26-year-old rapper had "No Problem" leading the audience in a magical sing-a-long through "Blessings 2." The Big Day was sure to have some singles performed off of it, like "Hot Shower," "Slide Around," and "Do You Remember."
Alicia Keys was also in attendance who fearless took the stage to perform a slew of variety of songs. The singer took us back with "No One" and "Empire State of Mind."
She was also sure to show off her latest track featuring Miguel, "Show Me Love." But what really got the crowd hype was her rendition of Post Malone's "Congratulations."
T-Pain definitely didn't miss the opportunity to join the party. There was nothing shy about his surprise performance with a bunch of his classics.
Between slowing things down nice and sexy for "Buy You a Drank" to busting his own moves during "Booty Wurk," the Masked Singer contestant had a ball and made sure the crowd did too!
The night was left "Unforgettable" thanks to rapper French Montana.
The crowds went "All the Way Up" when the NY artist hit the iHeartRadio stage. The list of songs French had prepared in his arsenal were endless. "Pop That," "No Stylist," "Ain't Worried About Nothin," and "Choppa Choppa Down" all brought a different vibe, but each was just as turnt as the next.
H.E.R. was there and did NOT come to play!
The amazing artist rocked the Daytime stage with not only her vocals, but played three different instruments at one point during her set! She, then, arrived to the T-Mobile Arena that same day to shut down her night performance.
Her versions of Avril Lavigne's "Keep Holding On" and Ed Sheeran's "Make It Rain" with a full choir sparkled just as bring as her bodysuit.
Would it be an iHeartRadio Festival without Lil Nas X? Yeah, we didn't think so either.
(countrap?) rapper set the stage ablaze with his choice of attire and music. It was automatic that Nas had to greet fans with "Panini" before leading into "Rodeo." It's also obvious that "Old Town Rode" was the ideal way to say goodbye.