7 Songs We Need to Hear at Dallas’ iHeartRadio Jingle Ball with Jack Harlow, Black Eyed Peas & More

BY TER STAFF

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Christmas comes early whenever iHeartRadio’s Jingle Ball Tour comes to town. Making it’s first stop at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, TX, everyone’s favorite holiday concert is again bringing the biggest names in music to a city near you. Kicking things off for the Dallas Jingle Ball this year are names like Jack Harlow, the Black Eyed Peas, Khalid, Ava Max, Lauv and more!

So with so many talented performs sharing the stage, there are of course several songs that we need to hear before the night is over. From Jack Harlow’s big hits from the past two years to the Black Eyed Peas catalog of bangers from the last two decades, check out our set-list wish-list for Tuesday night’s concert.

Here’s our list of the 7 songs that we need to hear at Dallas’ iHeartRadio Jingle Ball this week:

“Boom Boom Pow” – Black Eyed Peas

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We caught the Black Eyed Peas perform a career spanning setlist to help kick off night 1 of the iHeartRadio Music Festival a couple months in Las Vegas, and as a result they have our expectations high for Tuesday night. While they have several hit singles to choose from, we will certainly be disappointed if they don’t get the party started with their 2009 hit, “Boom Boom Pow”.

“All 4 Nothing” – Lauv

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From his second studio album of the same name, Lauv’s single “All 4 Nothing” is certainly on our wishlist for Tuesday night’s concert. The track is just one of many standouts from the singer’s newest album, which released this past summer, but we won’t get too greedy.

“Dua Lipa” – Jack Harlow

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Jack Harlow already has too many must hears to count but we definitely can’t leave the arena until we hear him perform his track “Dua Lipa”, which is of course dedicated to another Jingle Ball regular. We love ourselves some Dua Lipa and some Jack Harlow, so this is near the top of our list.

“Young Dumb & Broke” – Khalid

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Khalid won over the mainstream with his 2017 single “Young Dumb & Broke” and even though he has accomplished so much since then, we need to hear him pay homage to one of his OG singles that fans will surely sing from start to finish.

“Narcissist” – Lauren Spencer Smith

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Lauren Spencer Smith won us over at the iHeartRadio Festival’s Daytime Village in Las Vegas earlier this year and we can’t wait for second helpings when she performs at the Jingle Ball in Dallas for 2022’s opening night. Her catalog is growing, which makes her perfect for the Jingle Ball stage, but of the few singles she has release, we definitely need to hear her 2022 single “Narcissist”.

“Someone You Loved” – Lewis Capaldi

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Lewis Capaldi’s 2019 single “Someone You Loved” was his introduction to Top 40 radio in the United States just a few years ago, and ever since fans have fell in love. From his beautiful vocals to his cheeky personality, Capaldi is easy to root for so we’ll be rooting for him to perform his breakout single at the Dallas Jingle Ball.

“Kings & Queens” – Ava Max

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Ava Max has an unmatched appeal and can record a pop song like not many others can. She is truly and artist and already has so many songs that are immensely addictive and catchy, one of course being her 2020 “Heaven & Hell” lead single, “King & Queens”. We would be very surprised if she doesn’t perform the track on Tuesday night.

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