The two-day festival will be produced by Billboard and Live Nation. Jason Miller, president of Live Nation in New York, commented on Hot 100 Fest's continual growth and influence. "Each year this festival gets bigger and better and Live Nation is thrilled once again be working with our partners at Billboard to bring this incredible music experience to Long Island," Miller said.
Tickets for Billboard Hot 100 Fest will go on sale Friday (April 13) at 10 a.m. ET. General admission two-day passes will be available through Live Nation starting at $80, as well as a limited amount of two-day reserved tickets for the Hot 100 main stage -- which has previously hosted Gucci Mane, Demi Lovato and Calvin Harris as performers. For the full lineup and more information, check out the Hot 100 Fest’s official website.