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Super Bowl halftime show 2024: performers, length and pre-show info

We still don't know who's playing in 2024 Super Bowl LVIII but we can tell you who's going to light up the halftime show

Virginia Gil
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Virginia Gil

Depending on who you ask, the Super Bowl halftime show is almost as important—if not more—than the football game itself. Second to commercials, which attract their own fan base, the annual spectacle is what gets many non-sports fans to tune into the big game (yeah, we said it). This year's main event? Eight-time Grammy winner Usher is set to perform at Super Bowl LVIII. For the second year in a row, Apple Music takes the reigns as the show's producer, following last year's epic performance by Rihanna—officially the most-watched halftime show performance of all time. We still don't know who's playing, but we can give you a bit of insight into Super Bowl 58's anticipated halftime show. 

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Where is this year's Super Bowl?

Super Bowl LVIII is scheduled for February 11, 2024, at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. 

Who is in the Apple Music Super Bowl 2024 halftime show?

Eight-time Grammy winner Usher will perform at Super Bowl LVIII in Las Vegas.

How long is the Apple Music Super Bowl halftime show?

Most halftime show performances run about 13 minutes, but Usher's team secured him two extra minutes for a grand total of 15 minutes onstage. Halftime itself runs between 20 and 30 minutes, longer than the average football game. More time for a bathroom break? 

What will Usher perform at the Super Bowl halftime show?

As anyone who's watched the Super Bowls knows, it's all one big, exciting surprise. However, based on the recent trailer Usher dropped, it'll be a show 30 years in the making—think hits like "You Make Me Wanna," "Yeah!" and "OMG."

Who else is performing at the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show

The pre-show is packed with talent: Country legend Reba McEntire sings the national anthem, hip-hop artist Post Malone performs “America the Beautiful,” and Grammy-winning singer Andra Day sings “Lift Every Voice and Sing.”

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