Headliners for the free 2018 March Madness Music Fest include Jason Aldean, Maroon 5, and Imagine Dragons.

The free, three-day music festival will be held at Hemisfair Park from Friday, March 30 through Sunday, April 1.

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Friday's headliner is country music star, Jason Aldean.

Imagine Dragons will headline Saturday, March 31 and Maroon 5 will headline Sunday, April 1.

Other big names include Luis Fonsi, Panic! At The Disco, and OneRepublic.

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Country-music favorite Jason Aldean debuted in 2005 with his top-10 Billboard hit 'Hicktown'. His first album featured his first number one hit 'Why' and "Amarillo Sky' which also landed at number four on the charts. His song 'My Kinda Party' became a crowd favorite, winning him multiple awards. Aldean's latest hits include 'You make it easy' and 'They don't know'. Aldean was performing during the 2017 Las Vegas shooting that left 59 dead.

The Grammy Award-winning band, Maroon 5 landed in mainstream stardom with their 2002 hit 'Harder to Breathe'. Their latest hits include 'Moves like Jagger', 'Payphone' and 'One More Night'

Imagine Dragons began receiving notoriety around 2011 with their hit song 'It's Time'. Their big hit right now is 'Thunder'.

Each year the March Madness Music Festival features a diverse range of bands and artists who draw more than 130,000 festival-goers.

The festival actually began with five featured artists but had grown to 13 acts by 2017.

Past acts include big names like Kendrick Lamar, Aerosmith, Pitbull, The Killers, Rihanna, and The Chainsmokers.

Final Four officials have yet to release the name of the other performing artists. Stay tuned to the KENS 5 Facebook page and Kens5.com for official updates.

You don't need tickets or wristbands for the free event. Entry is based on first-come, first-serve basis until capacity is reached.

You can also download the free KENS 5 app to stay updated.