How To Watch The 2020 iHeartRadio Music Festival

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BTS, Miley Cyrus and Bon Jovi are among the acts performing on this weekend’s iHeartRadio Music Festival – and here’s how you can see it all!

Due to COVID-19, the 10th anniversary edition of the festival has gone virtual, with artists performing on stages in Los Angeles and Nashville without live audiences.

The line-up also includes Alicia Keys, Coldplay, Kane Brown with Khalid, Swae Lee, Keith Urban, Migos, Thomas Rhett and Usher. Expect lots of surprise performances and special collaborations.

Thanks to Virgin Mobile, Canadian fans can tune in Sept. 18 and 19 beginning at 9 p.m. ET on the iHeartRadioCA YouTube channel or listen on the iHeartRadio Canada app or on Virgin Radio stations across Canada.

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Listen to music from iHeartRadio Music Festival acts

  • Run for Women

    From September 17-27, join thousands of people walking and running for women’s mental health. This is the first-ever Virtual Run for Women brought to you by the LOVE YOU by Shoppers Drug Mart Program. 100% of your registration fee will be directed to your local charity and all participants receive an Official Run for Women Technical T-Shirt, Bracelet and legendary swag bag worth over $100. Running and brisk walking is good for your health, but did you know it’s good for your mental health too? Sometimes you have to raise a little help to do some good. Including 18 cities across Canada, together we’re going to raise some help for women’s mental health!
  • Run for Hope

    The mission of the 2020 Run for Hope is to raise funds for the advancement of biomedical research in the search for cures for chronic diseases, including childhood cancer. Individuals everywhere are affected, and the list is seemingly endless: numerous types of cancers; neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's and Alzheimer's; genetic disorders such as cystic fibrosis and muscular dystrophies, among many others. Significant progress has been made in combating these diseases, yet many still lack absolute cures. We are striving to change this, and we're motivated by everyone who is affected.
  • Autism Walks

    419 Fairway Rd S, Kitchener, ON N2C 1X4 - Kitchener
    The Autism Speaks Canada Walk brings together the autism community to celebrate and support one another and fuel Autism Speaks Canada mission. This year, to keep our community safe, healthy and connected, we’ve reimagined the Walk to become the Autism Speaks Canada Walk on Wheels Car Parade – a family friendly and safe car parade driven by love and kindness. We have two exciting options to come together as a community and help raise understanding and acceptance of people with autism. While the Walk will look different this year, what you love most will remain the same. Option 1 – Hit the road with us to Walk on Wheels Car Parade Inspired by the car parades that brought joy to so many during these times of social distancing, we are hitting the road to celebrate together while being safely spread apart. Option 2 – Go virtual and bring the Walk home Based on the success of our Virtual Dog Walk, we are offering a Virtual Walk option for those of you who are unable to participate in the car parade. Walk around the block, in your backyard or make it a quick grocery run. Whatever you decide to do please maintain safe social distance – take pictures and share with us by tagging us @autismspeakscan @autismspeakscanada #ASCWalk or send them directly to ascwalk@autismspeakscan.ca. We will reshare and retweet your pictures and videos, who knows maybe your idea will inspire other Walkers to do the same.
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