The countdown advances, and there are only hours left for a new edition of the Super bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers will face off for the Vince Lombardi Trophy at Raymond James Stadium, and expectations are high for the big night of the NFL. The Weeknd will be in charge of the expected halftime show, in which surprises are expected.
Year after year, the NFL put on impressive shows at halftime of the championship ring game. The ‘Halftime Show’ has starred some of the biggest stars in the music industry in history. In the history of the grand finale of American football, names such as Michael Jackson, James Brown, Stevie Wonder, Phil Collins, Aerosmith, Britney Spears, U2, Paul McCartney, The Rolling Stones and countless stars stand out.
The Weeknd will take over Super Bowl LV
For this new edition of Super bowl, be The Weeknd who animates him halftime show. The Canadian singer tops the charts of most listened to artists of 2020, in part thanks to his single ‘Save Your Tears’. Additionally, several surprises are anticipated for the show, and names like Daft Punk, Maluma, Ariana Grande, and Kendrick Lamar have come up.
The show will take place at the end of the second quarter of the game between Chiefs and Buccaneers, and is expected to last between 12 and 15 minutes. This presentation will be given in a particular context, as there will only be 25,000 fans in the stands at Raymond James Stadium in the city of Tampa.
Other musical participations
In addition to the expected halftime show, there will be several musical participations in the context of Super bowl. Before the game, Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church will perform the national anthem, while HER will perform the same with ‘America the Beautiful’. Likewise, Miley Cyrus will give an essential concert for the health professionals invited to the final (live via Tik-Tok), and Green Day will play this Saturday at the NFL Honors.
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