Yet another big superstar singer has been added to the 2016 March Madness Music Festival at Discovery Green this weekend.
Officials announced that multi-platinum recording artist Kendrick Lamar will perform at Saturday's concert (on April 2). Lamar, whose performance at last month's Grammy Awards drew raves, will join previously announced singers Jason Derulo and Conrad Sewell at the Coca-Cola Music Mix, along with the duo Twenty One Pilots.
On Friday (April 1) Danish pop rock-soul band Lukas Graham will join previously announced Grammy-nominated bands Fall Out Boy and Panic! At The Disco at the AT&T Block Party.
To close out the weekend, Grammy-nominated artist Aloe Blacc will join previously announced superstar acts Maroon 5, Pitbull and Flo Rida at the Capital One JamFest on Sunday (April 3).
The three-day music festival, which has become one of the most popular attractions surrounding the Final Four NCAA men's basketball championship, is free and open to the public on a first-come basis. It will be live streamed at NCAA.com/MusicFest, on the NCAA March Madness YouTube page, BleacherReport.com, the Team Stream app, and the NCAA Final Four app.
The final schedule looks like this:
Friday, April 1 - AT&T Block Party
4:45 pm Lukas Graham
6:30 pm Panic! At the Disco
8:30 pm Fall Out Boy
Saturday, April 2 – Coca-Cola Music Mix
1 p.m Conrad Swell
2:15 pm Jason Derulo
3:45 pm Twenty-One Pilots
5:09 pm Live broadcast of first semifinal game Villanova (33-5) vs. Oklahoma (29-7)
7:15 pm Kendrick Lamar
Sunday, April 3 - Capital One JamFest
3:34 pm Aloe Blacc
5 pm FloRida
6:30 pm Pit Bull
8:30 pm Maroon 5