Super Bowl 2024: From Usher to Post Malone, see the full list of performers at the halftime show

The Super Bowl halftime show has always been an important part of the NFL’s annual event and is the most-watched musical performance of the year in the United States. The Super Bowl will take place at Allegiant Stadium, located next to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. The domed multi-use stadium opened in 2020 and is the home of the NFL’s Las Vegas Raiders and the University of Nevada Las Vegas Rebels (UNLV) college football team. Since the game will take place between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers in Las Vegas, Nevada, here’s everything you need to know about who will be performing at the halftime show.

Who acts?


The halftime show will be hosted by eight-time Grammy Award winner Usher, who was previously a guest of the Black Eyed Peas for their 2011 Super Bowl halftime show. The 45-year-old American singer released his debut album in 1994 , has sold 80 million records worldwide and has achieved nine number one singles in the United States. While he hasn’t confirmed any potential special guests to perform alongside him, he did mention names of who might join him on stage, but offered some vague hints. He confirmed that he will not be alone at Allegiant Stadium. In previous years, most Super Bowl performers have included guest stars, except for Rihanna, who performed solo last year. The singer suggested that they would be people he has collaborated with before.

Reba McEntire:

Before the game, Reba McEntire will perform the National Anthem. For McEntire, it will be the culmination of a journey spanning 50 years, when in 1974 she sang the “Star-Spangled Banner” at the Oklahoma National Finals Rodeo, according to a TIME article. According to the report, the custom of singing the national anthem at sporting events began during the 1918 World Series.

Malone Message:

American rapper and singer Post Malone will also perform at the Super Bowl. He is scheduled to perform ‘America the Beautiful,’ which will be followed by the presentation of the colors and a military flyover, according to the TIME report. His performance will be before the national anthem. Speaking to Apple Music, he said: “It’s just fun and super epic to be able to come out and sing a song that so many beautiful artists have sung before on this stage,” as quoted by TIME.

Andra’s Day:

Day is set to grace the Super Bowl stage as a pre-game performer. She’s set to perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing” ahead of the Kansas City Chiefs’ matchup against the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium. The song is a popular anthem known within the African American community. “It’s a great moment. I don’t just want to do it well, but I really want people to find the spirit,” he said. Associated Press. Day broke through with her standout single “Rise Up.” She eventually won a Grammy and a Golden Globe for her acting and musical work in the film “The United States vs. Billie Holiday.” Last week, she also earned a standing ovation after her performance at the Recording Academy’s Black Music Collective event in Los Angeles. A couple of days later, at Clive Davis’ pre-Grammy gala, he performed “That’s What Friends Are For” and “What the World Needs Now is Love” on stage with Stevie Wonder, Gladys Knight, Dionne Warwick, Keyshia Cole and Frederic Yonnet.

Will Taylor Swift perform at the Super Bowl halftime show?

Music megastar Taylor Swift returned to the United States from Japan on Saturday, en route to see her boyfriend Travis Kelce play in the Super Bowl, US media reported. He He said the singer landed in Los Angeles on a private jet from Tokyo, where she had performed on the final leg of her money-making Eras tour. However, it is neither clear nor confirmed whether she will perform at the halftime show. Swift has reportedly never performed at a Super Bowl before. But some reports indicate that Taylor might join Usher during her performance. Amid this speculation, a clip from 2011 when Usher joined Swift on stage during her “Speak Now” tour is surfacing on social media.

Where to watch the Super Bowl halftime show?

The Super Bowl is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, February 11, and the halftime show is expected to begin between 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. The event will air live on CBS and Nickelodeon, and can also be streamed on Paramount+.

(With contributions from Reuters)

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