Who will headline Devilpalooza 2019? ASU PAB released a list of 37 potential artists who may be headlining the annual student concert Share Tweet Email Print ASU's Programming and Activities Board announced on Monday a list of 37 potential artists who may be performing at the 2019 Devilpalooza event. PAB organizes the free show for students every year during the Spring semester. Former acts have included T-Pain in 2018, Rae Sremmurd in 2017, Hunter Hayes in 2016 and Panic! at the Disco in 2015. The student organization posted on its Twitter and Instagram accounts announcing the date of the concert as Saturday Feb. 16 and a link to a Spotify playlist with songs by the potential artists. Devilpalooza 2019 is going to be electric. Dying to know who the headliner will be? Check out the official Devilpalooza playlist! We'll be removing songs everyday leading up to the artist reveal at the ASU vs. Oregon State game! https://t.co/bsJPk1J7kt pic.twitter.com/8vC2JtCZmm— ASU PAB (@ASUPAB) January 7, 2019 The post said that songs will be removed from the playlist each day, narrowing down the pool of artists until the official announcement at the ASU men's basketball game against Oregon State on Jan. 17 at 8 p.m. MST. PAB also holds a Battle of the Bands each year to choose a student musician or band to open for the headline performer. This year's preliminary Battle of the Bands competitions will take place on Jan. 22 at the Tempe campus, Jan. 25 at the Polytechnic campus, Jan. 28 at the West campus and Jan. 30 at the Downtown campus. The Battle of the Bands Finale to choose the winner will be on the ASU downtown campus at Civic Space Park on Feb. 6. Former student performers have included Apollo Bravos and Color 8. Here is the playlist for those who want to listen and follow along: And here is the list of potential artists and how many times they appear on the playlist: Kygo (4) Conrad Sewell Matin Garrix (3) Galantis (4) OneRepublic Alesso (3) Calvin Harris (3) Selena Gomez Florence Welch Zedd (4) Foxes Tove Lo ILLENIUM (2) MAX ODESZA (4) Maren Morris Grey Dev Dott Dolla Jhene Aiko Zara Larson (2) Zyra Mathew Koma The Night Game Madelyn Grant Parson James Bebe Rexha Don Diablo (2) Marnik Annika Wells Alesso Roy English MNEK Hurts WYNNE Mansionair Jon Bellion Ellie Goulding PAB did not respond for request to comment by the release of this article. This story will be updated as more information becomes available. Reach the reporter at email@example.com and follow @alexispotter_ on Twitter. Like The State Press on Facebook and follow @statepress on Twitter. Subscribe to Pressing Matters Get the best of State Press delivered straight to your inbox. Related Stories Opinion: It's time for students to start engaging with the Democratic primary What's going on with all the construction around Tempe? Will Arizona enact an abortion ban?