Get Familiar With Upcoming Music Festivals

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Iggy Azalea performs at the 2014 iHeart Radio festival. | Photo by Kevin Mazur.

iHeart Radio: This mass gathering of stars has sold out, but you can try your luck at to see Kanye West, Sam Smith, The Weeknd, Disclosure and pretty much every artist whose song you can’t get out of your head. Sept. 18-19, MGM Grand Garden Arena,

Kaaboo: You’ll need to travel to this one, but music from No Doubt, the Roots, Dawes and dozens more, comedy from acts including Joel McHale and Lewis Black, and actual restrooms to boot … all of that’s got to be worth a drive to Del Mar. Sept. 18-20,

Las Vegas Jazz Festival: Erykah Badu, Musiq Soulchild, Toni Braxton, Brian McKnight, the Isley Brothers, Anthony Hamilton and 11 other smooth, soulful acts. Need we say more? Sept. 25-27, Henderson Pavilion,

Life is Beautiful: A solid mix of legends (Stevie Wonder, Duran Duran), contemporary heavyweights (Kendrick Lamar, Imagine Dragons) and up-and- comers (Halsey, Shamir) round out Life Is Beautiful’s third go-round. Sept. 25-27, Downtown Las Vegas,

Wine Amplified: Bottles full of bub! Wine Amplified has blossomed into a full-on music festival featuring 50 Cent and G-Unit, Panic! at the Disco, Passion Pit, Fitz and the Tantrums, Cold War Kids and more. Oct. 9-10, MGM Resorts Village,

Route 91 Harvest Festival: Got a thing for Tim McGraw? The country crooner co-headlines this second annual trip down Route 91, with Keith Urban and Florida Georgia Line. Oct. 2-4, MGM Resorts Village,

Pow Wow Music Fest: Where can you find Tyga, DJ Mustard, Riff Raff, Lil Dicky and roughly 50% of the Wu-Tang clan? In Pozo, California, naturally. Join us now in finding the place on a map. Oct. 3,

Hempfest: Weed ain’t fully legal yet, but celebrating it is. Hempfest returns for another hit of music (Afroman, Chanel West Coast), vendors, carnival rides and talks by Tommy Chong and state Senator Tick Segerblom, D-Las Vegas. Oct. 3, Clark County Government Amphitheater,