We're kicking off summer with the 2018 iHeartRadio Wango Tango By AT&T hosted by Ryan Seacrest! Today's hottest artists are on the lineup, including Ariana Grande, Shawn Mendes, Meghan Trainor, 5 Seconds of Summer, NF, Miguel, Janelle Monáe and Marshmello with a special guest performance by Logic and more to be announced. It all goes down on Saturday, June 2 at the brand-new Banc of California Stadium in Los Angeles.
AT&T will livestream the concert exclusively for fans nationwide on ATT.com and Twitter, and the event will also broadcast live for fans on iHeartRadio stations! If you're an AT&T customer, you get first dibs at tickets through the AT&T THANKS Priority Pre-Sale beginning tomorrow (April 24) at 10:00 a.m. PT. The public on-sale is Saturday, April 28 at 10 a.m. PT via axs.com.
Scroll on to learn more about the artists on the bill!
Ariana Grande's parents were inspired to name her after Felix the Cat's Princess Oriana.
Ari has a 4-octave vocal range. Hit those high notes, girl!
The first concert Ariana ever went to was Katy Perry.
Shawn Mendes got verified on Twitter the same day he signed his record contract with Island Records. He had around 2.5 million followers at the time.
Shawn recently performed for Queen Elizabeth II's 92nd birthday.
Meghan Trainor will be back for season two of "The Four"! The premiere is set for Thursday, June 7.
Meghan is engaged to Daryl Sabara AKA Juni Cortez from Spy Kids!
NF is short for Nathan (John) Feuerstein.
NF's song "Intro" can be heard on the Madden NFL '16 soundtrack.
Miguel's favorite superhero is Wolverine.
Miguel is half Mexican and half African-American.
Miguel's "Adorn" won a Grammy for Best R&B Song.
Janelle Monáe has an official day named after her in her hometown of Boston, MA. Mark your calendars -- it's October 16.
Janelle wears black and white outfits as an homage to her parents who wore uniforms to work.
She was discovered and signed by Diddy in 2006, was mentored by the late Prince, and is best friends with Solange.
Marshmello will sit in for interviews, but he doesn't talk.
At EDC Las Vegas in 2016, Tiesto tricked fans into thinking he's Marshmello.
Logic got into hip-hop music after watching Kill Bill: Volume 1 when he was 14 years old.
He used to go by the stage name "Psychological."
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