The biggest day of football has finally arrived as America gets ready for Super Bowl LVII with the Kansas City Chiefs set to face off against the Philadelphia Eagles in what promisees to be a stellar matchup of a game against two of the NFL’s top teams.
Both teams playing at this year’s Super Bowl won 14 games and were the top seeds in the season. This will be the Kansas City’s fourth time returning to the Super Bowl. The last time they played the Super Bowl was in 2021 against newly retired Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As for the Eagles, this will be their fourth time in franchise history playing at the big game.
Taking place in our neighbor state to the south, kickoff for Super Bowl LVII will be at 4:30 pm MST at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale Arizona. The game will air on FOX and will also stream on NFL+. With over 100 million people planning to watch the Super Bowl this year, the announcers in the booth will be Kevin Burkhardt and former Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen.
Rihanna will be performing at this year’s 2023 Super Bowl halftime show. The pop icon and fashion mogul is expected to perform her hits and is sure to entertain the crowd. As is the Super Bowl ritual opening the game, this year the national anthem will be sung by Eight-time Grammy winner Chris Stapleton.
“We are thrilled to welcome Rihanna to the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show stage,” said Seth Dudowsky, NFL Head of Music. “Rihanna is a once in a generation artist who has been a cultural force throughout her career. We look forward to collaborating with Rihanna, Roc Nation and Apple Music to bring fans another historic Halftime Show performance.”
Last year’s Super Bowl halftime performance brought to the stage Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar. Other notable past Super Bowl Halftime Show performances include Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, The Weeknd, Justin Timberlake, Lady Gaga, Bruno Mars, Katy Perry, Prince, and Madonna.
Who was your favorite halftime performer?