The Super Bowl Half Time Show: A history
Usher has promised surprise guests and a show that celebrates both his past and present when he headlines the Super Bowl 2024 halftime show this Sunday (11 February) at the Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada.
The R&B singer, known for hits including “Yeah!”, “OMG” and “You Make Me Wanna…”, gave fans just a hint at what to expect during a press conference hosted by Apple Music in Las Vegas on Tuesday.
An eight-time Grammy winner, Usher joked that he made it “easy” for himself to think of who to invite to join him onstage, having collaborated with many of the world’s biggest pop stars including Nicki Minaj, Justin Bieber, Alicia Keys and Jungkook.
The kickoff is set for 3.30pm PT/6.30 pm ET/11.30pm GMT, with the three-hour-long game broadcasting live on CBS. UK fans will be able to watch the broadcast on ITV1.
What’s happening at the pre-game show?
Rapper and singer Malone will perform “America the Beautiful”. Meanwhile, country music star and actor McEntire will sing the national anthem, and Grammy and Golden Globe award-winning singer and actor Day will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing”.
Roisin O’Connor9 February 2024 14:10
How to watch Usher headline the Super Bowl halftime show this Sunday
While the annual event is a major part of American culture, it’s become increasingly popular in other countries as well, including the UK.
So for British fans interested in tuning into the live broadcast – whether to watch the game or catch Usher’s halftime performance – you’ll be able to watch on ITV1.
The 2024 Super Bowl kickoff is set for 6.30 pm ET/11 pm GMT on Sunday (11 February). For US fans, you’ll be able to watch the broadcast on CBS.
Here’s everything you need to know:
Roisin O’Connor9 February 2024 13:50