In celebration of the Final Four, Houston, TX will be ‘housting’ the March Madness Music Festival for the fourth time. Phenomenal artists are performing in a free, three-day concert. To kick it off, AT&T’s Block Party on Friday, March 31st starts the weekend from 4-10 PM CT. Rap icon Megan Thee Stallion will get savage on stage as she headlines the event.
On Saturday, pop lovers will get a taste of Grammy Nominated artist and producer Maggie Rogers. Then, fans will be blown away by two-time Grammy award winner Lil Nas X. The Move by Coca-Cola stage will host Saturday’s events from 2:30-9 PM CT.
On Sunday, Grammy nominated country singer Mickey Guyton will open at Discovery Green beginning at 3 PM CT. Sponsored by Capital One, the JamFest festival will continue with Little Big Town. Again extending until 9 PM CT, country stars, Tim McGraw and Keith Urban, will grace the stage as co-headliners. Tim McGraw returns to this stage for the second time.
Reaching out to over 150,000 fans each festival, this year’s performers will fill the shoes of previous headliners like Kendrick Lamar, Jason Derulo, Rihanna, Imagine Dragons, Bruce Springsteen, Jimmy Buffet, and Taylor Swift.
- Friday, March 31: 4-10 PM CT – Megan Thee Stallion
- Saturday, April 1: 3-9 PM CT – Maggie Rogers, Lil Nas X
- Sunday, April 2: 2:30-10 PM CT – Mickey Guyton, Little Big Town, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban
Planning to Attend the Festival?
Create an account to register for free festival tickets at ncaa.com/marchmadness/musicfest. You must be 16 years or older with a government ID to enter the festival.
There will be a variety of concessions, March Madness merchandise, and attractions like the Capitol One Ferris Wheel to entertain between concerts.
Can’t Make It?
Sunday’s performance is streaming live on NCAA or Bleacher Report websites.