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Super Bowl LVIII Performers: Usher, Tiësto, and More Set to Rock Las Vegas

Super Bowl LVIII Performers: Usher, Tiësto, and More Set to Rock Las Vegas

Super Bowl LVIII is on the horizon, promising not just thrilling football action but also a star-studded lineup of musical performances. From the electrifying halftime show to the soul-stirring pre-game anthems, here’s a rundown of the top talents set to hit the stage in Las Vegas on February 11.

R&B sensation Usher will headline the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show, marking his debut as a solo headliner. With hits like “My Boo,” Usher is primed to deliver a show-stopping performance, promising surprises and a longer-than-usual setlist. Having wrapped up a successful Las Vegas residency, Usher is ready to bring his A-game to the halftime spotlight.

Reba McEntire:
Country music legend Reba McEntire will lend her powerful vocals to the rendition of the national anthem, following in the footsteps of her iconic performances over the years. Known for her stirring renditions of “The Star-Spangled Banner,” McEntire’s performance is sure to be a standout moment during the pre-game ceremonies.

Post Malone:
Grammy-nominated artist Post Malone will grace the pre-game festivities with his rendition of “America the Beautiful.” Building on the tradition set by previous performers, Post Malone’s soulful delivery promises to set the stage for the thrilling showdown to come.

Andra Day:
Singer-songwriter Andra Day will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” known as the Black National Anthem, continuing the tradition established in recent Super Bowls. With her soulful voice and impassioned delivery, Day’s performance is set to resonate with audiences across the nation.

In a historic first, Grammy-winning DJ Tiësto will serve as the Super Bowl’s in-game DJ, spinning electrifying beats during warmups and featured breaks throughout the game. Tiësto’s infectious energy and signature sound will add an extra layer of excitement to the Las Vegas extravaganza.

As anticipation mounts for Super Bowl LVIII, fans can expect an unforgettable blend of football and music, with performances that are sure to leave a lasting impression.

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