What is it? 🤔
The headliner is the main attraction, the star act, typically performing last and drawing the largest crowd.
A Glimpse into Concert Culture:
Historically, headliners were the well-established acts, while newer artists hoped to reach this coveted spot.
How’s this different from Opening Act?
The Opening Act sets the stage, gets the energy going, and warms up the crowd for the main event – the Headliner.
- Can there be multiple headliners?
In some festivals, yes! Multiple big acts can share the spotlight.
- Do headliners play longer sets?
Typically, yes, they have the longest set of the night.