The Kid LAROI performed on the Daytime Stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival presented by Samsung Galaxy on Saturday (September 18). Starting off with his collaboration with Juice WRLD, "GO," The Kid LAROI and his band serenaded the crowd. Dressed in a pink button-down decorated with tigers and white jeans, The Kid LAROI delivered a smooth performance as his guitarist delved into a wicked solo.
He began a bounce with his track "STILL CHOSE YOU" featuring Mustard. The 18-year-old walked across the stage as he engaged with the crowd, grooving along with them.
The crowd put their fingers up as The Kid LAROI launched into his collaboration with Machine Gun Kelly, "F*CK YOU, GOODBYE." Chatting with the crowd briefly before switching up into "Always Do" and leaning down into the crowd to serenade individuals, The Kid LAROI's guitarist began whipping his hair behind him.
As The Kid LAROI began his single with Justin Bieber, "Stay," he found himself with a plethora of energy, jumping around on stage as he sang the lyrics. He took on Bieber's verse, smiling widely throughout the whole track as his guitarist began another solo. He finished up with his hit single "Without You," the crowd singing all of the song's lyrics along with him.
The Kid LAROI opened the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday (September 12) alongside Justin Bieber, the pair performing their single "Stay" after being introduced by the one-and-only Madonna. The singer also saw a remix of his track "Without You" by none other than Miley Cyrus, with the original version of the track appearing on The Kid LAROI's debut mixtape, F*CK LOVE.
The Daytime Stage at the iHeartRadio Music Festival is also joined by 24KGoldn, Russell Dickerson, Tate McRae, Conan Gray, Gabby Barrett, YUNGBLUD, All Time Low, Saweetie, and Olivia Rodrigo. Friday night (September 17) saw performances from Dua Lipa, Cheap Trick, Walker Hayes, FINNEAS, Darius Rucker, Weezer, J. Cole, and Nelly and Florida Georgia Line, while Saturday night (September 18) hosts Billie Eilish, Sam Hunt, Coldplay, Lil Baby, Khalid with Tate McRae, and Journey.
If you missed any of the action this weekend, you can relive the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Festival by tuning in to The CW Network on Saturday, October 2nd and Sunday, October 3rd from 8-10pm ET/PT for a two-night television special.