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iHeartRadio Eyes Second Year

11:01 AM Monday 4/2/12 |   |

You can now call Clear Channel’s iHeartRadio Music Festival an annual event. The Las Vegas extravaganza returns for year No. 2 in September.

No lineup has been announced for the two-day blowout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena set for Sept. 21-22. In 2011 iHeartRadio played host to a plethora of top-tier acts including Lady Gaga, Jay-Z, Coldplay, Alicia Keys, Steven Tyler, The Black Eyed Peas and Kenny Chesney.  The 2012 lineup will be revealed July 9.

Returning as your iHeartRadio host will be American Idol emcee Ryan Seacrest.

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    iHeartRadio Music Festival, MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nev.
    September 24, 2011

    (AP Photo)

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The first iHeartRadio festival helped the radio giant promote its then-new iHeartRadio service which delivers the company’s broadcast and digital-only radio stations along with user-created outlets. Clear Channel sez its iHeartRadio app is the “number one free broadcast app on the iPhone and Android.”

“The overwhelming success of last year’s inaugural festival made it clear that history shouldn’t just repeat itself – we should strive to make it an even better experience for music fans,” Clear Channel CEO Bob Pittman said. “A deep love for music continues to be the heart of everything we do, and our goal this year is to over-deliver on our listeners’ expectations while showcasing the unmatched power of Clear Channel’s reach and integrated media and entertainment capabilities.”

Stay tuned for lineup info and ticket onsales. Click here for the iHeartRadio website.


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