– Post Malone joins star-studded lineup of performers taking the stage at Toronto's Air Canada Centre on December 9 –
– New batch of tickets available now at Ticketmaster.ca –
– Listeners can tune in to iHeartRadio Canada stations for chances to win tickets –
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TORONTO, Oct. 24, 2017 /CNW/ - iHeartRadio Canada's holiday party just got a little cooler, announcing the addition of Post Malone to the already-packed lineup of artists set to take the stage at the Air Canada Centre on December 9 for the 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball. Post Malone, the most-streamed artist in the world right now, joins previously announced performers Backstreet Boys, Cardi B, Fergie, Fifth Harmony, Kelly Clarkson, Noah Cyrus, and Canadian artists Jessie Reyez, Ria Mae, and Virginia to Vegas.
With the addition of another performer to Canada's biggest holiday bash, iHeartRadio Canada also announced today that an additional block of tickets for the star-studded show are now available at Ticketmaster.ca. Fans can also tune in to iHeartRadio stations across southwestern Ontario for an exclusive opportunity to win tickets. More superstar performers and celebrity appearances will be announced in the coming weeks.
Official partners of the 2017 iHeartRadio Jingle Ball include: Virgin Mobile, WINNERS, and The Source.
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iHeartRadio, a best-in-class customizable digital listening experience and live events brand, is now in Canada through a partnership between Bell Media and iHeartMedia. A leader in innovative radio programming throughout Canada, Bell Media features the country's most dynamic, popular, and respected radio brands, including Toronto's CHUM FM, Canada's #1 FM station, and the ÉNERGIE group in Québec, as well as international brands like Virgin Radio. In the U.S., iHeartRadio has surpassed 90 million registered users, reaching milestones at a rate faster than Facebook or any other streaming music service. In addition, iHeartRadio's registered user milestone does not account for the millions of listeners who tune into iHeartRadio's live radio streams without registering.
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