TikTok In The Mix Show Highlights

December 16, 2023 0
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TikTok In The Mix, our first ever live, global concert, brought the best of music and your For You feed to life to a sold-out crowd of 17,000 at Sloan Park in Mesa, AZ. Fans in Arizona, and millions tuning in around the world on TikTok LIVE, experienced the show of a lifetime by award-winning director Hamish Hamilton and Done+Dusted. The five-hour music event featured performances from genre-defining musicians, behind-the-scenes artist interviews and commentary from a team of Creator Hosts, including Josh “BRU” Brubaker (@bruontheradio), Lamar Dawson (@dirrtykingofpop), Drew Afualo (@drewafualo) and Eric Sedeño (@ricotaquito).


It’s a Cardi party! Cardi B (@iamcardib), paying homage to Selena in red sequined fit as she entered the round in a glitzy red egg, performed hits from her extensive catalog, including “WAP,” “Bartier Cardi,” “Up,” “Bodak Yellow” and more. No crumbs were left as Cardi wrapped the day-long concert with a fireworks display, giving Mesa, AZ, the show of a lifetime.

One Direction fans in Arizona and around the world were in heaven as Niall Horan (@niallhoran) graced us with a solo version of “Story of My Life” before finishing his set with a performance of “Slow Hands” to a roaring crowd.

Charlie Puth (@charlieputh) had the crowds’ attention – and their hearts – with his performance of TikTok-trending “Light Switch,” a surprise duet with Jungkook (@jungkook) for “Left and Right,” and “See You Again,” and a stadium sing-along to “See You Again.” Cardi wasn’t the only one honoring beloved Latin singer Selena. In his sunrise set he delivered a mix of covers demonstrating the wide range of music celebrated on TikTok, including Selena’s “Dreaming Of You,” The Kid Laroi’s “Stay” and Mario Winan’s “I Don’t Want To Know.”

Brazilian singer and songwriter Anitta (@anitta) brought the energy to her set with performances of fan-favorite “Envolver,” fit with trending choreo that took TikTok by storm, before joining fellow headliner and regional Mexican music heavyweight Peso Pluma for the first-ever live performance of their new song, “BELLAKEO.”

Raindrop? Drop top. Special guest Offset (@offsetyrn) donned a Michael Jackson-inspired outfit as he brought us back to 2016 with his solo performance of “Bad and Boujee.”

Is it October 3? No, but don’t tell Reneé Rapp (@reneerapp) that. Rapp, who is reprising her role as Regina George in the film adaptation of Mean Girls next year, performed her hit “Pretty Girls” before audience goers served looks on LIVE during a Mean Girls-inspired fashion show.

Queen of TikTok Kaliii (@kaliyaashley) wowed fans in the round and on LIVE with her performance of “Area Codes,” which has been a TikTok trending mainstay since its initial release last year, with nearly 300k videos.

AZ temps dropped after the sun went down, but LU KALA (@igobylu) made sure to bring the heat as Toronto’s owned international pop star delivered a fiery performance of her hit single “Hotter Now.”

Sam Barber (@sambarber_music)’s stripped down set captivated the sold-out crowd as he performed his hit “Straight and Narrow,” the song that put Missouri-born singer on the map with almost 100k videos on TikTok to date.

Isabel La Rosa (@official_isabellarosa), an artist from TikTok’s Elevate program, stunned on the Tower Stage, performing her hits “Older” and “I’m Yours” in an all-black bodysuit, accompanied on-stage by her brother and musical collaborator, Thomas, playing guitar.

And last but not least, we can’t forget our all star opening set from surprise guest DJ Shaqille O’Neal (@shaq) who made magic on the decks.


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