The countdown is on! The NFL playoffs are over, and we finally know which teams will face off at Super Bowl LVIII: four-time champions the San Francisco 49ers against three-time champions the Kansas City Chiefs. For the first time, the 58th annual Super Bowl will be played in Las Vegas, Nevada. And while championship football may be new to the city, award-winning talent is not: fresh off of his sold-out Vegas residency at MGM Park, Grammy-winning singer Usher will headline this year's Super Bowl halftime show. Now that we've got the essential information, it's time to focus on the game-day details. You take care of the snacks and we'll handle the rest—here's everything you need to know about watching and streaming Super Bowl 2024.
Who's playing in the Super Bowl LVIII?
The San Francisco 49ers will take on the Kansas City Chiefs.
When and where is the Super Bowl LVIII taking place?
The Super Bowl occurs on February 11 at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
What time does the Super Bowl 2024 start?
The start time for Super Bowl 2024 will start at 6:30pm EST.
How can I watch the Super Bowl LVIII on TV?
Super Bowl LVII will be televised live on CBS in its traditional format, but folks can also stream it. For the first time, families can watch an alternative, kid-friendly telecast of the Super Bowl on Nickelodeon, featuring fun slime graphics.
Can I stream Super Bowl LVIII?
Yes, the Super Bowl 58 will be available to stream on Paramount+.
Who is playing the Super Bowl halftime show and when will it start?
The 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show will feature Usher, and Apple Music is producing the spectacle for the second year in a row. For a look at past highlights, check out our ranking of the best Super Bowl Halftime Show performances.