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A Night to Remember: Noah Kahan Rocks at Milwaukee’s Sold-Out Miller High Life Theatre


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Milwaukee was treated to a night of unforgettable live music as singer-songwriter Noah Kahan took to the stage for a sold-out crowd at the Miller High Life Theatre. The Vermont-native, known for his soulful voice and captivating live performances, treated fans to a set filled with crowd-pleasers and cuts from his latest studio album, “Stick Season”, one of the top albums to come out of the quarantine that has resonated with so many fans across the globe.

With a mix of performances from his first three albums, including a memorable encore of his breakout single “Stick Season”, Kahan had the audience of 4,000+ entranced from start to finish. Noah Kahan paid visit to Milwaukee during his first tour, performing for a few hundred at the Turner Hall Ballroom, but last night was evidence of his growth and massive reach in the past couple years.

In what was easily the biggest concert in Milwaukee for the year thus far, we sent our photographer Tess Trueblood to the Miller High Life Theatre to capture the highlights of the memorable night, giving fans a glimpse of Kahan’s unforgettable Milwaukee concert.

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New Music: Tove Lo Drops New Single and Music Video for “Borderline”


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Swedish singer-songwriter, Tove Lo, has released her brand new single and music video for “Borderline”. This new release marks Tove Lo’s first new music since her fifth studio album “Dirt Femme” in 2022, and fans are already raving about the singer’s new music.

The single “Borderline” showcases Tove Lo’s signature style, blending her raw emotion and confessional lyrics with a pulsing pop beat. Tove Lo’s powerful vocals soar over the catchy chorus, making “Borderline” a standout track that is sure to get stuck in your head.

The music video for “Borderline” is just as captivating as the song itself. Directed by Nogari the visually stunning video serves as a sequel to her 2022 music video for “No One Dies From Love”.  Check out the official music video below.

Fans of Tove Lo will not be disappointed with her latest release. “Borderline” is an upbeat track that Tove Lo describes as a song about “being on the edge of love”. Tove Lo proves that she is still one of the most innovative and daring voices in pop music today.

Whether you’re a long-time fan of Tove Lo or if you’re extremely late to the party, “Borderline” is a must-listen. So be sure to check out the new single and music video today, and get ready to hear the song live on Tove Lo’s sold-out “Dirt Femme Tour” which is underway now.

02/10 – Knockdown Center – Queens, NY**
02/13 – MTELUS – Montreal, QC, CAN**
02/14 – HISTORY – Toronto, ON, CAN**
02/15 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Detroit, MI**
02/17 – The Salt Shed – Chicago, IL**
02/18 – Palace Theatre – St. Paul, MN**
02/20 – Mission Ballroom – Denver, CO**
02/21 – The Union Event Center – Salt Lake City, UT**
02/23 – Paramount Theatre – Seattle, WA**
02/24 – Commodore Ballroom – Vancouver, BC, CAN**
02/25 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR**
02/27 – Fox Theater – Oakland, CA**
03/02 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA**
03/03 – The Wiltern – Los Angeles, CA**
05/13 – Palm Tree Festival – Dana Point, CA^
05/16  – Miami Beach Bandshell – Miami, FL**
05/17  – House of Blues – Orlando, FL**
05/19 – Hangout Music Festival – Gulf Shores, AL^
05/21  – Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater – Austin, TX**
05/22 – South Side Ballroom – Dallas, TX**
05/24  – The Van Buren – Phoenix, AZ**
05/25 – SOMA – San Diego, CA**
05/27 – BottleRock Festival – Napa Valley, CA^

03/17 – Lollapalooza Argentina – Buenos Aires, AR^
03/18 – Lollapalooza Chile – Santiago, CL^
03/20 – Teatro Teletón – Santiago, CL (Lollapalooza Chile Sideshow)
03/22 – Bonfire – Bogotá, CO (Estéreo Picnic Sideshow)
03/24 – Festival Estereo Picnic – Bogotá, CO^
03/26 – Lollapalooza Brasil – São Paulo, BR^
03/28 – Audio Club – São Paulo, BR (Lollapalooza Brasil Sideshow)
04/26 – Guanamor Studio – Guadalajara, MEX
04/28 – Auditorio BB – Mexico City, MEX
04/29 – Festival Vaivén – Tehuixtla, MEX^

06/15 – PiP Festival – Oslo, NO^
06/17 – Pinkpop Festival – Landgraaf, NL^
06/18 – Live Music Hall – Cologne, DR+
06/19 – Ancienne Belgique – Brussels, BE+
06/21 – Arena – Vienna, AT+
06/22 – Backstage Werk – Munich, DE+
06/24 – Metronome Festival – Prague, CZ^
06/26 –  Circolo Magnolia – Milan, IT
06/28 – Fabrik – Hamburg, DE
06/29 – Roskilde Festival – Roskilde, DK^
08/12 – Flow Festival – Helsinki, FI^
08/23 – Rock en Seine – Paris, FR^

**Slayyyter Supporting
+ Alma Supporting
^ Festival Appearance

Taylor Swift Takes Home the Grammy for Best Music Video for Her “All Too Well” Short Film


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Taylor Swift took home the Grammy award for Best Music Video for her cinematic short film “All Too Well” on Sunday night. The highly anticipated award show, held at the Arena in Los Angeles, was a celebration of the best in music from the past year, and Swift’s win was a testament to her artistic vision and her unwavering commitment to pushing the boundaries of what a music video can be.

For those who haven’t seen it, “All Too Well” is a fifteen-minute short film that blends the lyrics of the song with stunning imagery, capturing the emotion and raw energy of the music in a way that is both beautiful and heart-wrenching, in part thanks to the talent cast of actors, Stranger Thing’s Sadie Sink and Teen Wolf’s Dylan O’Brien. The film was directed by Swift herself, who worked closely with her creative team to bring her vision to life.

The “All Too Well” video is a masterpiece of cinematography and storytelling. From the opening shot of a Pablo Neruda quote, to the beautiful color palette, the imagery perfectly captures the feeling of falling in love, and the pain of letting go.

Fans of Taylor Swift have long known that she is a gifted storyteller, and the “All Too Well” video is a testament to her artistry. The film has struck a chord with audiences all over the world, and its win at the Grammy Awards is proof of her universal appeal.

As one of the biggest names in music, Taylor Swift continues to captivate audiences with her unique blend of several genres and with her 12th Grammy award, she has once again proven that she is a true master of her craft. 


5 Can’t Miss Chicago Concerts in February: SZA, Muse, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie & More


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Chicago is known for its rich musical heritage and its vibrant live music scene, and this February is no exception. From the biggest names in R&B and rock to the hottest up-and-coming acts, there is something for everyone this month. Here are the most anticipated concerts happening in Chicago this February:

Check out our list of the 5 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in February below!

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16 Songs We Would Love to Hear on Taylor Swift “The Eras Tour”


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Taylor Swift fans are gearing up for The Eras Tour, and with every new tour comes a new setlist filled with the artist’s latest and greatest hits, and lucky for Taylor, she has a plethora. With so many amazing songs in Taylor’s discography, it’s tough to choose just a few to include in a concert setlist. But for those who have dreamed of seeing the pop-country star perform live, here’s a wishlist of what a dream Taylor Swift setlist might look like.

  1. “The Archer” – from “Lover” (2019) This hauntingly beautiful track showcases Taylor’s unique voice and her ability to craft an emotional and powerful ballad. 

  2. “All Too Well” – from “Red” (2012) “All Too Well” is a fan favorite and one of Taylor’s most personal songs. The track’s raw emotions and intense lyrics would be sure to bring tears to the eyes of the audience. We want to make room for more songs, but we definitely need the full 10-minute version.

  3. “Me!” – from “Lover” (2019) This high-energy pop anthem is a fun, uplifting song that would get the entire crowd dancing and singing along. Its catchy chorus and upbeat melody would be a perfect way to get the concert going.

  4. “Love Story” – from “Fearless” (2008) This classic track is a timeless love ballad that never gets old. With its memorable chorus and sweet lyrics, “Love Story” would be a perfect way to slow things down and let the audience bask in the beauty of Taylor’s voice.

  5. “Delicate” – from “Reputation” (2017) This fun, upbeat track showcases Taylor’s ability to craft a catchy pop hit that still has depth and emotional resonance. The song’s memorable chorus and infectious rhythm would get the crowd moving and singing along.

  6. “Exile” (feat. Bon Iver) – from “folklore” (2020) This haunting duet is a beautiful example of Taylor’s versatility as an artist. With its emotional lyrics and powerful vocals, “Exile” would be a standout moment of the concert.

  7. “Wildest Dreams” – from “1989” (2014)  This track, from Taylor’s 2014 album “1989” has a beautiful melody and powerful chorus would be a highlight of the concert.

  8. “Shake It Off” – from “1989” (2014) This upbeat pop anthem is one of Taylor’s most famous tracks, and its infectious rhythm and catchy chorus are sure to get the entire crowd dancing and singing along.

  9. “Blank Space” – from “1989” (2014) This playful and sassy pop hit is one of Taylor’s most iconic songs. With its memorable chorus and catchy beat, “Blank Space” is sure to be a crowd-pleaser and a highlight of the concert.

  10. “Bad Blood” – from “1989” (2014) This fierce and empowering pop anthem is a must for The Eras Tour. The track’s high-energy beat and memorable chorus would be sure to get the crowd pumped up.

  11. “I Know Places” – from “1989” (2014) This intense track from her
    “1989” album would leave lasting impression on the audience if it makes the cut for The Eras Tour.

  12. “Fearless” – from “Fearless” (2008) This sweet and heartfelt title track is a classic track from Taylor’s early days, and it still holds up as one of her most memorable and powerful songs. The track’s tender melody and meaningful lyrics would be a perfect way to slow things down and let the audience connect with the artist.

  13. “The Man” – from “Lover” (2019) This playful and sassy pop track is a perfect example of Taylor’s ability to craft a hit that both showcases her vocal talent and delivers a message.

  14. “Red” – from “Red” (2012) This powerful ballad is another classic track from Taylor’s early days as a pop artist and still has a ton of replay value today.

  15. “I Did Something Bad” – from “Reputation” (2017) This fierce track was one of the best live tracks from the Reputation tour and we would love to see it live again.

  16. “Style” – from “1989” (2014) This playful and sassy pop track is one of Taylor’s most memorable and iconic songs. With its upbeat beat and catchy chorus, “Style” would be sure to get the crowd moving and singing along.

This dream setlist is just a glimpse into the amazing talent and versatility that Taylor Swift brings to her concerts. Whether you’re a longtime fan or just discovering her music for the first time, a Taylor Swift concert is an unforgettable experience that is not to be missed.



Beyonce Announces Highly Anticipated “Renaissance Tour”, Kicks Off May 2023


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Beyoncé has just announced her highly anticipated world tour, set to kick off this summer in Europe. Fans of the pop icon have been eagerly awaiting this announcement for months, and the excitement has finally reached a boiling point.

The tour, which will take place in stadiums across the globe, is sure to feature some of Beyoncé’s biggest hits, as well as new material from her most recent albums. Her electrifying stage presence, combined with her powerful vocals and awe-inspiring choreography, will make this tour a must-see for fans of all ages.

Beyoncé’s tours are always highly anticipated events, and this one, dubbed the “Renaissance Tour” promises to be no different. From her powerful ballads to her energetic dance numbers, her shows are a feast for the senses and a testament to her incredible talent and artistry.

Fans can expect tickets for Beyoncé’s tour to sell out quickly, so be sure to act fast and secure your spot for what is sure to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Ticket sales will kick off with a Ticketmaster Verified Fan Presale for the North American dates, which is open now and closes at different times based on the city. Get ready to see one of the greatest performers of our time, live and in person!

With the announcement of her tour, Beyoncé continues to cement her place as one of the most powerful and influential musicians of our time. Whether you’re a longtime fan or just discovering her music, this is a tour that you won’t want to miss.

Check out the dates for Beyonce’s Renaissance Tour below.

2023 Renaissance Tour Dates

May 10 — Stockholm, SE @ Friends Arena

May 14 — Brussels, BE @ King Baudouin Stadium

May 17 — Cardiff, UK @ Cardiff Principality Stadium

May 20 — Edinburgh, UK @ BT Murrayfield Stadium

May 23 — Sunderland, UK @ Stadium of Light

May 26 — Paris, FR @ Stade de France

May 29 — London, UK @ Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

May 30 — London, UK @ Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

June 8 — Barcelona, ES @ Olympic Stadium

June 11 — Marseille, FR @ Orange Velodrome

June 15 — Cologne, DE @ Rhein Energie Stadion

June 17 — Amsterdam, NL @ Johan Cruijff Arena

June 21 — Hamburg, DE @ Volksparkstadion

June 24 — Frankfurt, DE @ Deutsche Bank Park

June 27 — Warsaw, PL @ PGE Narodowy

July 8 — Toronto, CA @ Rogers Centre

July 12 — Philadelphia, PA @ Lincoln Financial Field

July 15 — Nashville, TN @ Nissan Stadium

July 17 — Louisville, KY @ Cardinal Stadium

July 20 — Minneapolis, MN @ Huntington Bank Stadium

July 22 — Chicago, IL @ Soldier Field

July 26 — Detroit, MI @ Ford Field

July 29 — East Rutherford, NJ @ Metlife Stadium

August 1 — Boston, MA @ Gillete Stadium

August 3 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz Field

August 5 — Washington, DC @ Fedex Field

August 9 — Charlotte, NC @ Bank Of America Stadium

August 11 — Atlanta, GA @ Mercedes Benz Stadium

August 16 — Tampa, FL @ Raymond James Stadium

August 18 — Miami, FL @ Hard Rock Stadium

August 21 — St. Louis, MI @ Dome at America’s Center

August 24 — Phoenix, AZ @ State Farm Stadium


SZA Announces First Headlining Arena Tour, “The S.O.S. North American Tour”


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SZA, the Grammy-nominated R&B singer and songwriter, has announced her highly-anticipated arena tour in support of her sophomore album “SOS”. The tour is set to kick off February 2023 and will take the singer to some of the biggest venues across North America, giving fans a chance to experience her music live and up-close.

“SOS” is SZA’s second studio album and follows her critically acclaimed debut, “Ctrl”. The album features a mix of R&B, soul, and hip-hop, and showcases the singer’s unique style and powerful vocals. It includes hits such as “Kill Bill” and “Nobody Gets Me”, both of which have received widespread praise and become fan favorites.

SZA has been praised for her ability to craft intimate and honest songs that touch on themes of love, heartbreak, and self-discovery. Her powerful voice and emotional performances have earned her a loyal following, and her live shows are known for their energy and passion. With her arena tour, fans will have the opportunity to see her perform these songs on a larger scale, in some of the biggest venues in the country.

The tour will feature a mix of new and old music, giving fans the chance to hear SZA’s latest tracks, as well as some of their favorites from her first album. The singer has promised to bring her signature energy and passion to the stage, and to create a memorable experience for each and every fan.

Fans who want to experience her powerful voice and emotional performances in person are encouraged to get their tickets as soon as possible, before they sell out. Tickets go on sale starting Friday, December 16 at 12pm local time on

Check out the dates for SZA’s North American tour below.


Tue Feb 21 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center

Wed Feb 22 – Chicago, IL – United Center

Fri Feb 24 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena

Sat Feb 25 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena

Mon Feb 27 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena

Tue Feb 28 – Boston, MA – TD Garden

Thu Mar 02 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center*

Sat Mar 04 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden

Tue Mar 07 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena

Thu Mar 09 – Austin, TX – Moody Center

Fri Mar 10 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center

Mon Mar 13 – San Diego, CA – Viejas Arena

Tue Mar 14 – Oakland, CA – Oakland Arena

Thu Mar 16 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena

Sat Mar 18 – Portland, OR – Moda Center

Sun Mar 19 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena

Wed Mar 22 – Los Angeles, CA – Kia Forum


Our 5 Favorite Moments from 103.5 KISS FM’s Chicago Jingle Ball with Jack Harlow, Pitbull & More


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It was was Christmas in Texas last night at iHeartRadio’s massive annual Jingle Ball Tour returned to the Dallas-Fort Worth area for an unforgettable night of live music at the Dickies Arena. As the crowd got to unwrap gifts from major music artists, new and old across all different genres, including Jack Harlow, the Black Eyed Peas, Lauv, Khalid and many more, the Jingle Ball is as amazing and festive as ever.


Jack Harlow Keeps Us Laughing

“First Class” rapper Jack Harlow had his hits and personality on full display Monday night. Between Harlow’s performances from his first two albums, as well as his massive Lil Nas X collab “Industry Baby”, the Louisville native kept us laughing with his between song banter. “Two white rappers in a row, that’s a bold move,” Harlow joked after following Macklemore. Harlow is impossible to not root for.

Pitbull Closes Out with the Hits

Monday night’s stacked lineup ended with the most seasoned veteran on the whole bill, Mr. Worldwide himself, Pitbull. Delivering a 7-track set to put the cherry on top of a memorable night, Pitbull only brought the hits to the Allstate Arena. Starting with “Don’t Stop the Party” and finishing with “Give Me Everything”, Mr. 305 was easily a highlight in the 847.


Jax Finds a New Job

Jax is just a few performances into her career but its evident that she will be around for quite sometime as a performer. However she decided to pick up a second job as an arena security guard, as the “Victoria’s Secret” artist sported an arena staff members jacket during her performance. She blamed the wardrobe choice on a malfunction, but we are convinced that she just couldn’t resist making the joke during her opening set on Monday.

Khalid Spreads Positive Vibes

Khalid was nothing but smiles during his Allstate Arena performance for the Jingle Ball crowd. Khalid and his dancers kept us entertained throughout his 5-song set, with standout tracks like “Location”, “Talk”, “Better”, “lovely” and his Halsey collab, “Eastside”.


Macklemore Shines

Amongst an unbeatable lineup of musicians, one performer stood out the most, that being “Thrift Shop” rapper Macklemore. The Washington native was unstoppable on Monday and delivered an unmatched among of energy the reminded us of how great his live performances are. Macklemore challenged the sold-out arena to make sure that when he talked to his daughter following the Jingle Ball tour, Chicago would be the city that he told her was the most live. Chicago called Macklemore’s bluff and matched his energy from start to finish.

Review: iHeartRadio Jingle Ball Tour Kicks of in Fort Worth with Jack Harlow, Black Eyed Peas & More


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It was was Christmas in Texas last night at iHeartRadio’s massive annual Jingle Ball Tour returned to the Dallas-Fort Worth area for an unforgettable night of live music at the Dickies Arena. As the crowd got to unwrap gifts from major music artists, new and old across all different genres, including Jack Harlow, the Black Eyed Peas, Lauv, Khalid and many more, the Jingle Ball is as amazing and festive as ever.

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First up for the night was Atlantic Records recording artist, Jax. One of the many talented artists to emerge into stardom during the quarantine, Jax already has a successful pop record on her résumé but is still a stranger to the big stage. “Oh my god, I’m in an arena,” Jax told fans before kicking off her set. Opening with her nostalgic track “90s Kids”, Jax kept fans singing and laughing with her buff Santa costume throughout her 3-song performance. The New York native closed her set with her biggest record to date, “Victoria’s Secret”, before saying goodbye to her fans and incriminating herself, sharing her plans to sneak into the dressing rooms of some of her favorite musicians who would hit the stage moments later.

Next up was Lauren Spencer-Smith, an American Idol alum who has already surpassed her 18th season peers. The Canadian singer-songwriter performed a few tracks from her growing career, including her single “Narcissist”, which Spencer-Smith foreshadowed in the set by pointing out a fan in the crowd wearing the singles’ merch. Last but not least she ended her set with her breakout single, “Fingers Crossed”, the song that changed her life, which Spencer-Smith credits to its success on iHeartRadio.

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Following the two newcomers that rewarded fans for finding their seats on time, it was time for a Jingle Ball alum to return to the stage. Opening with her 2020 hit single, “King & Queens” the artistic and talented Ava Max hit the stage. Max was a woman of few words on Tuesday night, making time for her growing catalog of hits like “Sweet But Psycho”, “Weapons” and of course her Tiesto-assisted track, “The Motto”. The 6-song performance wasn’t without issue, as Max was noticeably adjusting her monitor during the set, but she handled it like a pro and sounded perfect dispute any sound issues that she was experiencing behind the mic.

After Ava Max crushed it, it was time for another newcomer, 23-year-old Nicky Youre who gave fans a little bit of everything. Not only did he close things out with his breakout single “Sunroof”, which has been heard by everyone with a TikTok account, but Youre also performed a lesser known single, a Neon Trees cover and even an unreleased track, “Weatherman”, which he told fans they’ll be able to hear soon if Tuesday night’s crowd liked it enough.

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The arena heard the loudest screams of the night perhaps when it was announced that Lewis Capaldi was up next. Making the journey from Scotland to Texas, Capaldi reminded us of his pipes and vocals throughout his set. When he wasn’t making us tear up with love songs like “Before You Go” and “Someone You Loved” he did a 180 making us crack up (no pun intended), talking about the big sh*ts (his words) that he has had to take due to the Texas BBQ that he has consumed since touching down in Dallas. Although he had a comedy bit about his chaffed buttcheeks practically as long as Jax’s set, he still delivered a number of our favorite songs.

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Moments later, another man who is no stranger to the Jingle Ball, Khalid, hit the stage to perform a collection of his biggest hits. Opening his set with his 2017 single “Young Dumb & Broke”, the RCA singer then followed things up with his Grammy nominated “Talk” and his Marshmello produced “Numb”, although the crowd could certainly feel every word. Although he performed 7 tracks, everyone was a hit, a trend that would continue throughout the night with the headlining acts.

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Delivering a dose of rap to the Jingle lineup on opening night was Jack Harlow. Harlow had just landed in Dallas from his homestate of Kentucky an hour before his set and he certainly hit the ground running with tracks like “Tyler Herro”, “I Wanna See Some Ass”, “Already Best Friends” and his massive Lil Nas X collab, “Industry Baby”. Next Harlow had the crowd rapping along with his breakout hit “What’s Poppin”, one of the highlights of the night. Despite the all ages crowd, Jack Harlow was unapologetically himself, but then again he wasn’t talking about his bowel movement like Lewis Capaldi so who would even complain about him wanting to see some ass? Harlow’s performance was evidence of why the Jingle Ball’s diversity across genres makes its such a “First Class” event.

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Although Jack Harlow is a tough act to follow, singer Lauv was up for the challenge for the second to last performance of the night. Opening with his 2021 single “All 4 Nothing”, Lauv instantly had the crowd dancing to his top songs. With a setlist that included tracks like his Troye Sivan-assisted “i’m so tired…”, “Modern loneliness” and “f*ck, I’m lonely”, Lauv may be tired and lonely in his music but he had a packed arena of screaming fans on Tuesday night. Putting a cherry on top of his set, the San Francisco native said goodbye to Fort Worth with his breakout 2018 single “I Like Me Better”.

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Last but certainly not least, the Black Eyed Peas performed a huge career spanning set that touched everything in their couple decades of hits but also left the crowd wanting more. The remaining energy Dallas had left was spent dancing and singer to huge hits like “Boom Boom Pow”, “Let’s Get It Started” and “Pump It Louder” to name a few. Jack Harlow wasn’t the only artist on the bill with ties to Fergie, but even without their legendary female vocalist, the Black Eyes Peas are still a must see act. iHeartRadio couldn’t have picked a better group to end the night with for the first date of 2022’s Jingle Ball Tour.

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


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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:

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