Star-Studded Lineup Announced for 2024 Super Bowl Performances: Usher, Reba McEntire, Post Malone, And More
As Super Bowl LVIII approaches, anticipation is building not only for the game but also for the spectacular musical performances lined up for the event. The 2024 Super Bowl, taking place in Las Vegas for the first time, promises a diverse and star-studded lineup, featuring R&B legend Usher, country icon Reba McEntire, chart-topping artist Post Malone, soulful singer Andra Day, and Grammy-winning DJ Tiësto.
Headlining the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show is R&B sensation Usher. Known for hits like “My Boo,” Usher is set to make his mark as a headliner for the first time, bringing his undeniable talent to the halftime stage. Having previously appeared as a guest during the Black Eyed Peas’ performance at Super Bowl XLV, Usher is gearing up for what he calls the “honor of a lifetime.”
Country Music Hall of Famer and recent The Voice coach, Reba McEntire, will perform the national anthem, succeeding Chris Stapleton. With a history deeply connected to “The Star-Spangled Banner,” McEntire’s rendition is anticipated to be a fitting and impactful addition to the Super Bowl’s tradition.
Post Malone will grace the pre-game festivities with a rendition of “America the Beautiful,” joining a lineup that has opened the game since 2021. Following in the footsteps of Babyface, who sang the patriotic tune in 2023, Post Malone is set to kick off the game with his signature style.
Andra Day takes on the significant task of singing “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” often referred to as the Black National Anthem. As the fourth artist to perform this soul-stirring song at the Super Bowl, Day’s rendition is expected to be a powerful and meaningful moment during the pre-game telecast.
Grammy-winning DJ Tiësto makes Super Bowl history as the first-ever in-game DJ. Set to play both during pre-game warm-ups and in “featured breaks” during the game, Tiësto expressed excitement about being part of the event in his favorite place — Las Vegas. This marks the fifth time a DJ has been included in Super Bowl warmups, with Tiësto making history as the first to perform live during the game.
With this exceptional lineup, the 2024 Super Bowl promises not only thrilling football action but also a memorable musical experience for fans worldwide.