18 Facts You Didn't Know About The 2019 iHeartRadio Daytime Stage Lineup

The iHeartRadio Music Festival is heading back to Las Vegas on September 20 and 21, and it’s arriving with the Daytime Stage. On Wednesday (February 20), we announced the lineup for the upcoming event, which will take place at the Las Vegas Festival Grounds. This year we have gathered together a lineup of genre-spanning artists, including Juice WRLD, Maren Morris, Billie Eilish, Old Dominion, Zara Larsson, CNCO, Brett Young, FLETCHER and Monsta X, with more to be announced in the coming months. If you wanna brush up on this year’s lineup, scroll on below to learn a couple facts about the Daytime Stage performers.

1. Juice WRLD

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Juice WRLD is featured on the soundtrack for Spider-Man’s latest animated movie, Into the Spiderverse. The rapper says one of his personal favorite movies is the 2002 film starring Lil Bow Wow, Like Mike, claiming he’d be happy if the movie “looped on his TV forever.”

2. Juice WRLD

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His first live performance took place at a Chicago rec center in 2017. He was signed to Interscope Records several months later.

3. Maren Morris

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Before country star Maren Morris got her big break, she was a rejected contestant on both American Idol and The Voice. Since then, her singles have been covered on both shows by other contestants.

4. Maren Morris

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Maren Morris once tweeted she was almost arrested in France when she took the fall for a fellow artist jumping the Metro turnstile, paying a fine of 300 Euros.

5. Billie Eilish

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The first song she wrote, "Fingers Crossed’, was inspired by The Walking Dead. There are lines from the show and episode titles throughout the lyrics.

6. Billie Eilish

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Her brother wrote the song that kick started her career, "Ocean Eyes."

7. Old Dominion

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They didn’t originally intend to “be a band” and become famous. They originally formed as a way to showcase the songs they wrote to record labels, hoping to write songs for other artists.

8. Old Dominion

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Their comfort foods include mini Reese’s cups and Cheez-Its with peanut butter.

9. Zara Larsson

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Larsson won Sweden’s Got Talent when she was 10 with a rendition of "My Heart Will Go On."

10. Zara Larsson

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Zara Larsson is a huge Harry Potter fan. She claims they are the most-read books on her bookshelf.

11. CNCO

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CNCO first recorded their collaboration with Little Mix, "Reggaeton Lento" by themselves and intended to release it in English. Little Mix loved the track so much that they recorded their own version and sent it to the band

12. CNCO

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Erick was voted amongst his bandmates as the ‘craziest member of the group’, even voting for himself.

13. Brett Young

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Brett Young is a huge fan of the restaurant chain, Buffalo Wild Wings.

14. Brett Young

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Before collaborating with Gavin DeGraw on his track, "Chapters," Brett idolized him and saw him live 13 times in one year, going as far as Hawaii to see one of his shows.

15. FLETCHER

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She started taking classical vocal lessons when she was five years old.

16. FLETCHER

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She wrote her current single, “Undrunk,” in New York and she told iHeartRadio that her favorite line from the song is “So I squeeze out the lime on the ice of my drink/And the juice hits the cuts on my fingers/It still doesn't burn as much as the thought of you.”

17. Monsta X

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Monsta X fans are called Monbebe, which means 'my star.'

18. Monsta X

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They formed in 2014 as a result of a survival program, No.Mercy.

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