Who's Performing at the Super Bowl?

Jan 2, 2024


Emily Kho

The Super Bowl is more than just touchdowns and tackles–it’s a grand cultural spectacle that combines the love of music and football on one of the world’s biggest stages. Scheduled for February 11th, 2024, in the vibrant city of Las Vegas, the Super Bowl has become a global sensation that draws millions of viewers from all corners of the world. 

Who is performing at the Superbowl? This year, the spotlight is on the Apple Music Halftime Show, a thrilling musical performance that has become as iconic as the game itself. Following last year’s unforgettable halftime performance by Rihanna, anticipation is building as fans eagerly await the next superstar to grace the stage. 

In this article, we’ll dive into the exciting world of Super Bowl entertainment, from the upcoming performance to the event’s rich history. 

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Who’s Performing at Super Bowl 2024?

Who is doing the halftime show at the Super Bowl? Superstar Usher is set to take the stage at Super Bowl 2024 in Las Vegas, returning triumphantly to the spotlight. Usher has been a fixture in Sin City this year, thanks to his 100-show residency, My Way Las Vegas, at Park MGM, which concluded earlier this month. 

While we haven’t seen him headline a tour since 2018 or release an album since 2016, fans eagerly anticipate his comeback. The R&B icon is set to release a brand new album, Coming Home, in February of next year. The new album and Super Bowl performance have sparked conversations among fans that Usher may be planning to go on tour in the near future. 

While the Super Bowl performance will be a good promotion for his new album, many artists have used this slot to kick off US tours in the past. 

Super Bowl 2024 Performance Rumors 

While Usher’s performance is confirmed as the headlining performance for Super Bowl LVIII, fans are already speculating about surprise guests who may take the stage. The Super Bowl halftime show is known for its unexpected twists, so it wouldn’t be surprising if the production team had some secret performers tucked up their sleeves. 

Last year, the Super Bowl didn’t feature any surprise guests, but in 2022, we saw six of the biggest names in hip-hop grace the stage as headliners, followed by surprise performances by 50 Cent and Anderson.Paak. Fans have speculated that we may see Taylor Swift appear at Super Bowl LVIII, but seeing as she’s playing in Tokyo the following day, the odds are unlikely. 

Others have suggested that Bad Bunny, Miley Cyrus, Jack Harlow and Harry Styles have been added to the NFL’s shortlist for performers, but none of this information has been confirmed. It’s also unclear whether they would all perform, similar to the 2022 Super Bowl halftime show, or if one artist would be chosen as the surprise guest. 

Who is singing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LVIII?

Who is singing the national anthem at the Super Bowl? Last year, the National Anthem was beautifully performed by renowned country singer Chris Stapleton. While rumors about potential performers are circulating on social media, the artist's identity set to sing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LVIII in 2024 remains a closely guarded secret. 

Fans and viewers worldwide eagerly await the official announcement to see who will be honored to deliver this iconic and patriotic performance, which is usually not announced until a few weeks before the game. 

Who performed at the Super Bowl Halftime last year?

After a five-year hiatus from live performances, superstar Rihanna took the stage as the sole headliner at the Super Bowl 2023 halftime show. Opening the show with a high-energy rendition of her hit song ‘Bitch Better Have My Money,’ Rihanna immediately captured the audience’s attention. 

The halftime show was a visual feast, featuring a very much pregnant Rihanna and her backup dancers performing on floating stages. With this performance, Rihanna made history by delivering the most-watched Super Bowl halftime show of all time, solidifying her status as an entertainment icon. 

Her return to the stage was a triumphant moment for fans and a testament to her enduring influence in the music industry. 

Famous Super Bowl Performances 

Over the years, the Super Bowl has become a platform for some of history's most iconic and memorable musical performances. These extraordinary moments have become integral to Super Bowl history, making the event just as much about music as football. 

Among the greatest Super Bowl performances is Prince’s 2007 halftime show. His electrifying rendition of ‘Purple Rain’ in the pouring rain became an unforgettable moment that still resonates with audiences today. Another unforgettable moment was Michael Jackson’s 1993 performance, which set the modern standard for Super Bowl halftime shows. His moonwalk and medley of hits left the world in awe. 

The dynamic duo of Shakira and Jennifer Lopez in 2020 brought Latin flavor and powerful vocals to the stage, earning widespread acclaim. These performances, among others, have cemented their places in Super Bowl history, showcasing the undeniable synergy between sports and music on one of the world’s biggest stages.  Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of this historic event. Get your Super Bowl LVIII tickets now from SeatGeek and be part of the magic!

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