Who's Performing At The Super Bowl 2024?
9 February 2024, 21:29 | Updated: 10 February 2024, 16:10
Here's everyone who is performing at the Super Bowl this year from Usher and Post Malone to all the rumoured surprise guests.
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The Super Bowl halftime show is something we look forward to every year and the Super Bowl 2024 is no different as we are treated to a concert that will take place in between seeing the Chiefs and 49ers go head-to-head in Las Vegas.
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Since Michael Jackson's performance at the 1993 Super Bowl the halftime show has never been the same. Before the King of Pop took on the gig the game was split up with a performance put on by college marching bands or maddening flag-spinning tributes.
Now, the halftime show is the event of the year and a massive deal for any artist selected to perform. It's had the likes of Beyoncé, Madonna, The Rolling Stones and many more legendary artists.
Who is performing at the Super Bowl halftime show 2024?
Usher will be performing at The Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show on Sunday 11th February. The R&B legend has said that is the "honour of a lifetime" to be performing.
This isn't his first time putting on a show at the major event though. In 2011 the 'My Boo' singer was brought out as a special guest during The Black Eyed Peas' halftime performance.
Usher is yet to reveal his set list for the show but he has announced that his halftime show will be longer than it usually is. Typically the show lasts for 13 minutes but Usher's team have managed to score him a 15 minute set. That seems like plenty of time to bring out a special guest...
Usher isn't the only performer confirmed for the game however. In January, Tiësto was announced as the Super Bowl's first-ever in-game DJ. However he has had to pull out due to a 'family emergency'.
Instead of Tiësto, Kaskade will play at the Super Bowl. The DJ will play a set ahead of the game as the players warm up and in again during featured breaks.
Post Malone will also be performing at this year's Super Bowl, he will be joined by Country Music Hall of Famer and recent The Voice coach, Reba McEntire. Reba will be singing the National Anthem while Post is set to perform 'America the Beautiful'.
The pre-game festivities don't end there, as Andra Day has also been enlisted to sing 'Lift Every Voice and Sing'. The song has been part of the Super Bowl's pre-game telecast since 2021 when Alicia Keys first sang the song at the event. It's often referred to as the Black National Anthem.
Who are this year's surprise performers for the Super Bowl 2024?
According to TMZ Alicia Keys will be joining Usher for the halftime show. They have their 2004 hit 'My Boo' together so it's practically confirmed that it'll be on the set list.
TMZ sources have said that the 'New York' singer was seen rehearsing with the headliner at the Allegiant Stadium on Thursday.
Before the Alicia news, Justin Bieber was at the top of the rumoured list to be brought out as a special guest at this year's halftime show. Back in October 2023 it was reported that Usher was trying to convince the 'Baby' singer to join him for his Super Bowl performance.
However, Justin was said to be reluctant about agreeing to performing due to being diagnosed with Ramsay Hunt Syndrome - a facial paralysis condition.
Now fans are convinced that Justin has changed his mind after he was seen making a comeback in recent weeks with a surprise performance at an NHL All-Star party in Toronto, Canada.
Usher acted as mentor to Justin during the early stages of his career and they have remained close ever since. The duo have their hit song 'Somebody To Love' together so people are desperate for them to bring back all the 2010 feels at the Super Bowl at the Allegiant Stadium on Sunday.
Is Taylor Swift performing at the Super Bowl 2024?
Nope. Since her new beau, Travis Kelce, is set to take on his second consecutive Super Bowl with the Chiefs 'Midnights' singer Taylor Swift is expected to be in the crowd but she is not set to perform.
However, it's highly unlikely that she is going to be putting on a surprise performance at the game since she hasn't been named as a performer.
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