34 Facts You Didn't Know About The 2018 iHeartRadio Daytime Stage Lineup

Who's ready for festival season? Back in April, iHeartRadio announced the return of the iHeartRadio Music Festival for its eighth year on September 21st and 22nd, as well as the first round of artists on this year's lineup for the outdoor portion, the Daytime Stage. And the lineup just got bigger!

The Daytime Stage will take place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds on Saturday, September 22nd, and feature performers such as LogicDua Lipa, 5 Seconds of Summer, Lil Uzi Vert, Dustin Lynch, Bazzi, Belly, Bobby Bones and The Raging Idiots, Greta Van FleetBad BunnyGrandsonLeon BridgesMAXBadflowerEvvieThe Vampsand Drax Project.

Brush up on these facts about your faves before you get to Vegas!

1. Logic has seven siblings.

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2. Logic had a rough childhood but says he got to where he is today because he “had nothing to lose and... everything to gain”. 

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3. Dua Lipa is her real name and it means 'love' in Albanian.

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4. Dua went to Sylvia Young Theatre School in Marylebone, London, the same school Rita Ora, Amy Winehouse, and Jesy Nelson attended. 

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5. Michael Clifford came up with the band name '5 Seconds of Summer' in math class.

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6. When All Time Low's Jack Barakat traveled with them in the summer of 2015, he broke a very important rule about not sh*tting on the tour bus. 

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7. Lil Uzi Vert is obsessed with Marilyn Manson. Manson is the only person Lil Uzi follows on Instagram.

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8. Lil Uzi's first and only job before becoming a rapper was working as a stock boy at the grocery store Bottom Dollar in Philadelphia. He worked there for four days.

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9. Dustin Lynch would most likely be working in the medical field if he wasn't a musician.

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10. The first celeb Dustin ever met was Vince Gill.

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11. Bazzi started playing guitar when he was four years old.

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12. Taylor Swift, BTS, and Camila Cabello are fans of Bazzi! 

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13. Belly's real name is Ahmad Balshe.

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14. Belly once cancelled his performance with The Weeknd on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" to protest against President Donald Trump.

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15. Bobby Bones and The Raging Idiots received a $2 million donation from Garth Brooks for their fundraiser, The Million Dollar Show For St. Jude.

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16. Bobby Bones and The Raging Idiots have a song titled "Chick-fil-A... But It's Sunday." Everyone can relate to wanting Chick-fil-A when it's closed on Sundays! It's even raining chicken nuggets in the lyric video.

 

17. It's a family affair for Greta Van Fleet. The band is made up of brothers Josh, Jake, and Sam Kiszka, Sam Kiszka, and their friend Danny Wagner. 

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18. Greta Van Fleet describes their music as "phantasmagorical." Tom Hanks approves.

 

19. Bad Bunny was gifted his first album when he was five for Christmas.

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20. Bad Bunny's spirit animal is a bunny because rabbits are tender and so is he. Aw.

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21. Grandson's musical influences and inspirations are Bob Marley, Kurt Cobain, John Lennon, and Bill Withers.  He looks up to artists who were able to write their own songs and break down barriers through one simple melody.  

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22. Grandson's real name is Jordan Benjamin and he was born in New Jersey but grew up in Canada.

23. A pair of Wrangler Jeans helped Leon Bridges achieve his big break in the music world.  

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24. Leon isn’t his real name, he was born Todd Bridges on July 13, 1989.

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25. MAX's very first role was at a local youth theater’s production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.  

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26.  MAX was in the Broadway production of 13 with the then-unknown Ariana Grande.

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27. Badflower started as a regular band playing in their parents’ garage.

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28. Badflower's name formed out of a random conversation with a family member who said the two words in a certain way and it stuck out to both Josh Katz and Joey Morrow in the group.

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29. Evvie is the youngest of seven siblings: 2 sisters and 4 brothers.

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30. Evvie's musical inspirations are Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, and Lauren Hill.

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31. The Vamps have different names for their male and female fans: Vampettes are girls and Vampions are boys.

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32. The Vamps started their music career in 2012 by uploading covers to Youtube.

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33. Drax Project gained popularity by busking on the streets in Wellington, New Zealand. They would perform covers of songs using only instruments and the crowds would sing along.  

34. Drax Project covered Lorde’s song "Magnets" and she later handpicked them to open for her when she performed in New Zealand. Being a fellow Kiwi, she wanted to support other artists from New Zealand.  

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