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Dave Matthews Band to headline Kaaboo Del Mar Festival. Kaaboo Del Mar today announced the music and comedy lineups for its fifth annual festival happening September 13-15. Kings of Leon, Dave Matthews Band and Mumford & Sons will headline on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, respectively, while the lineup is rounded out with artists including Duran, Black Eyed Peas, OneRepublic, Sheryl Crow, Maren Morris, Mark Ronson, The Revivalists, REO Speedwagon, The Bangles, The Cult, Sublime with Rome, Boyz II Men and a special collaboration from Snoop Dogg + Wu-Tang Clan round out the top of the music lineup. Comedians Bert Kreischer, Pete Holmes & Friends, Wayne Brady, Kevin Smith, Bob Saget, and more will lead the laughs on the "Humor Me" stage. "It is thrilling to unveil this all-star lineup for what will essentially become KAABOO's 5th anniversary celebration," says partner and chief brand officer Jason Felts. "Our signature curation of music and comedy acts will lead guests through yet another incredible weekend escape in Del Mar." The festival will take place at the Del Mar Racetrack and Fairgrounds near San Diego in Southern California. All passes go on sale at kaaboodelmar.com. (PageSix)

Maroon 5's 'Girls Like You' Reaches 2 Billion YouTube Views in Just 10 Months. Maroon 5's smash hit featuring Cardi B, "Girls Like You," caught a lot of attention for its cameo-filled nature, featuring the likes of Camila Cabello, Ellen DeGeneres, Gal Gadot, Jennifer Lopez, Behati Prinsloo and more. Not only did the song skyrocket in popularity (reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100), so did the video. In less than 10 months, the music video surpassed 2 billion YouTube views. "I have two young daughters, and to think about them being mistreated at all -- ever -- made my blood boil," Adam Levine recently told Variety of the tune. "So we went for it because I felt that as long as I stayed close to my heart with this concept, I could never go wrong. ... In the video, I was doing it for my kids and my wife. If anyone doesn't understand the intentions, f -- 'em." The band took to Facebook to thank everyone for watching. (Billboard)

Blink-182 Wants to Play Full 'Enema Of The State' Album at Festival for 20th Anniversary Celebration. Blink-182 backstage as Bethesda Softworks shows off new video game experiences at its E3 Showcase and BE3 Plus event at the LA Hangar on June 12, 2016 in Los Angeles. This year, Blink-182 is celebrating the 20th anniversary of their hit album, Enema Of The State, which dropped on June 1, 1999. In celebration, fans might have a chance to hear the album in full live. The band's Mark Hoppus replied to a tweet on Tuesday night (Mar. 19) from a fan asking what the group's plans were to celebrate the album's anniversary. "Yes I think we're going to play EOTS in its entirety at Back to the Beach to celebrate 20yrs," he responded. Back to the Beach music festival takes over Huntington Beach April 27 and 28, with Blink headlining. Other acts include The Used, Goldfinger, The Story So Far and many more. Passes are still available here. (Billboard)

Dierks Bentley Joins Performers Lineup for NFL Draft. Country star Dierks Bentley has joined the list of scheduled performers for next month's NFL Draft festivities. Bentley will perform a free outdoor concert April 27 in downtown Nashville to coincide with the draft and the running of the Nashville Marathon. Grammy-winning country performer Tim McGraw and Grammy-winning gospel singer CeCe Winans already had been announced as scheduled performers the week of the draft. McGraw will hold a free outdoor concert April 26. Winans will sing the National Anthem on April 25. NFL officials have said more than 20 singers or bands will perform. The draft will take place on an outdoor stage in downtown Nashville with additional events for fans at the NFL Draft Experience to be held outside Nissan Stadium, home of the Tennessee Titans. (Billboard)

Mark McGrath is ripping Peloton for allegedly stealing music to build its brand ... and he says it's time the company pays songwriters and artists. We got the Sugar Ray frontman at LAX Wednesday, and our photog asked him about the $150 million lawsuit claiming Peloton is jacking songs for spin classes. Ya gotta see Mark's reaction ... he's spinning mad about the whole thing, and he ain't holding back!!! Mark slams Peloton for allegedly using music it doesn't have the rights to ... and makes an easy-to-understand analogy for those who don't know how intellectual property works. Mark, who's written some hugely successful songs, is understandably upset ... but says he's more concerned about other musicians who can't afford to have their work stolen. We also asked Mark what's the best music to spin to -- so long as the rights are locked up. Hint: This band will help you slay your workout. (TMZ)

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