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iHeartRadio Music Festival 2020: 5 Can’t-Miss Moments

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When the iHeartRadio Awards opened on Friday (Sept. 18), no one knew the evening would be rocked by the news that Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg had passed away. A politically loaded occurrence beyond day-to-day music news, the response was overwhelming on social media. At the same time, music fans looking to enjoy an evening of music were ready and accounted for, helping to celebrate the sounds that bring us together in the toughest times.

ALICIA KEYS
The tireless champion of the underprivileged was a perfect opener for the 2020 iHeartRadio Festival. Bringing her Khalid collab “So Done,” Keys performed a beguiling set that opened the doors for the performers that followed.

MIGOS
The digital festival featured a strong showing of the year’s radio MVPs, including Quavo, Offest and Takeoff. Migos performed a medley of radio faves in the most 2020 fashion – rapping a medley of their hits to a screen showing a variety of fans. Sure, they wanted to be there IRL. But hey, it is what it is.

THOMAS RHETT
A genre melder of the highest degree, Thomas Rhett (hair swoop and all) sidled into the radio country MVP role to demonstrate what a (die a) happy man looked like — and point out “Look What God Gave Her.”

COLDPLAY
The long-running hitmakers demonstrated the beauty of separation while playing a socially distanced set. Despite the roars of audience approval, it was clear the footage was recorded separate from the crowd, but it didn’t matter – the passion pulled through to demonstrate how much Coldplay valued the gig. “This is a bizarre concert for us, but thank you for having us,” Chris Martin said. Thank you, Chris. 

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Written by: New Generation Radio

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