NCAA March Madness Music Festival’s All-Star Lineup

The NCAA March Madness Music Festival, hosted by AT&T, Coca-Cola and Capital One, is coming to at Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix April 5–7 with an all-star lineup. Musicians such as Zedd, Jonas Brothers, Reneé Rapp and many others will be performing in the heart of the Valley. 

Free to the public, the festival will kick off on Friday, April 5, with the AT&T Block Party starting at 4:30 p.m. and going until 10 p.m. (subject to change). The Grammy award-winning artist, DJ and producer, Zedd, along with musician and actress Reneé Rapp and Remi Wolf, trailblazer for Gen Z pop, will all be performing at the AT&T Block Party. 

Whether your go-to jam session song is “Stay” by Zedd, “It’s Not My Fault” by Reneé Rapp, or “Photo ID” by Remi Wolf, this lineup guarantees a great night so—in the wise words of Zedd—“Stay the Night!”

With hits such as “Clarity,” “Stay” and “The Middle,” Zedd’s music speaks for itself. His diverse range of artists ensures something new and different every time—a song for the time itself. Zedd has been nominated for the Grammy “Record of the Year,” “Song of the Year” and “Best Pop Duo or Group Performance” and the receiver of “Best Dance Recording” at the 2014 Grammys. As an artist, DJ and producer, Zedd’s performance is one you will not want to miss

Reneé Rapp can do it all. From Broadway, to record labels, to television and movies—she is the real deal. After landing her breakout role as Regina George in “Mean Girls” on Broadway, Rapp began her solo music career in 2022 with her debut album “Snow Angel.” Rapp recently tapped back into her “inner Regina George” and played Regina once again on the silver screen for Paramount’s “Mean Girls” musical. Hit songs such as “Poison, Poison” and “Tummy Hurts” are fan favorites, new and old, and her interactive-friendly concerts have become a bucket list item for many.

The Gen Z pop trailblazer Remi Wolf grew quickly after the release of her debut album “Juno” in 2021. Her performance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” and her applauses from The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stones and many more have added to her popularity within the music industry. A standout performer at Coachella Lollapalooza and many other festivals, Wolf will deliver an exceptional performance with hits such as “Quiet on Set” and “Hello Hello Hello.”

Coke Studio Live will be hosted on Saturday, April 6, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. (subject to change), featuring the one, and only, Jonas Brothers. Whether you’re a Millennial or a Gen Z, we all can appreciate the iconicness of the Jo-Bros. Take a trip to the “Year 3000” on April 6 with your favorite trio and belt out your childhood throwbacks, and their hits from today. 

NCAA’s March Madness Music Festival will end on Sunday, April 7, with the Capital One Jamfest going from 2:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. (subject to change). Mumford & Sons, The Black Keys, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, and Leon Bridges will all be taking the stage for the final night of the festival. 

Mumford & Sons, 2012 Grammy Award winners for Album of the Year, brought us the beautiful songs “I Will Wait” and “Lover of The Light.” At the band’s core, they are a folk music group with an empathetic approach to their acoustic instruments. Having worked with household names such as Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen and Pharrell Williams, this performance is not one you want to miss. 

The Black Keys have been coined as “rock royalty” by the Associated Press. Celebrating their 23rd year together, singer and guitarist Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney have won six Grammys for their work. “Gold on the Ceiling,” “Lonely Boy,” “Wild Child” and “Tighten Up” are all songs that The Black Keys fans can hope to hear at the festival.  

Another rock’n’roll band will be attending the festival, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats. Their style is more contemporary rock’n’roll; a mix of soul and rock made them a recognizable face in this genre. In less than five years, the band made a name for themselves and has overcome many challenges throughout the years. Their album ‘The Feature,” really brought their vision to life. A sustainable, open and interesting album, it gave Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats their compelling nature that attracted soul and rock ’n’ roll.

Grammy Award-winning artist and songwriter Leon Bridges will be performing at the Capital One Jamfest. Winner of Best Traditional R&B Performance and Best R&B Album has had quite the musical journey, and his awards and recognitions speak for themselves. Songs like “Texas Sun” and “Coming Home” captured the hearts, minds and souls of his listeners, making him a must-see at the March Madness Music Festival.  

Whether basketball is your thing or not, join the NCAA in April for an unforgettable musical weekend. For more information on the NCAA March Madness Music Festival, visit

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