Who Will Perform at This Year’s Super Bowl Half Time Show?

If Super Bowl match itself is not a huge deal already, the half time performance show definitely adds up to the event’s popularity. For decades now, prominent artists and performers have been fighting for the prime spot on the half time show since Super Bowl is only the most watched event of the century.

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This year’s already 53rd Super Bowl in a row will take place at the humongous Mercedez-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, Georgia. Despite the controversy following the boycott and protest of the NFL by quarterback Colin Kaepernick and his celebrity artist supporters, the half time show on Sunday will still feature some of the giant names on the current music scene.

The invitation to headline the Super Bowl half time show was this year accepted by the legendary pop-rock band Maroon 5. We cannot think of a better group to kick-off the half time show than the quintet led by the angelic voice of Adam Levine.

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The band will be later joined on the stage by rapper legend Big Boi who is an Atlanta native and will, therefore, bring out the true heart and soul of the city of light as well as the rapping sensation Travis Scott whose recent Astroworld album tour just completely wrecked all the previous sale ratings.

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The Celebration Continues ♒️ #BirthdayBoi 🆙

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The Super Bowl will be broadcasted already this Sunday starting at 6:30 p.m. ET. Set your alarms now and do not miss out on the fiery battle between the Los Angeles Rams and home team of the NFL legend Tom Brady, the New England Patriots. But most importantly, make sure to watch the half time show!