The 2016 iHeartRadio Music Festival kicked off last night (Sept. 23) with performances from Drake, Billy Idol, U2 and others.

Fans packed into Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena for the annual jam session which is a two-day event.

After performances from Billy Idol, Sia, OneRepublic and Twenty One Pilots, Drake hit the stage around 10:30 p.m. Aubrey didn't close out the show, only yielding the top spot to iconic band U2. However he didn't disappoint, going in his bag and dropping hit after hit.

After kicking things off with "Started From the Bottom," he rolled into more recent bangers like "Controlla," DJ Khaled's "For Free," "Jumpman," "Work" (sans Ri Ri) "My Way" and the mega smash "One Dance."

The party continues tonight and will feature a lineup of Sting, Usher, Britney Spears, Pitbull, Ariana Grande, Florida Georgia Line, Zedd, Tears for Fears and Cage the Elephant.

iHeartRadio Music Festival prides itself in the diversity of its sets. This year was no different with a unique blend of artists from different genres. “When we first launched the Festival six years ago people wondered how such a diverse line up of artists would play together on the same stage,” said iHeartMedia’s President of Entertainment Enterprises John Sykes. “The fan reaction was immediate, and overnight the Festival became known as the year’s ultimate celebration of the best in all genres of music.”

Check out more footage of Drake's performance, below.

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