Are you excited to see Maroon 5 perform at Super Bowl LIII? We are! Despite the controversy surrounding Colin Kaepernick and Cardi B's refusal to perform, the Half Time show is still a moment to look forward to...
Has your personal favourite performer done a Super Bowl Half Time Show yet? Many have, but many haven't! Here is our list of the TOP 10 that we would LOVE to see play at the football's biggest night one of these years.
Adele has been offered the opportunity to sing at the Super Bowl Halftime show, but she’s turned it down! She says the Halftime show is not about music… The “power move” did one good thing… It got her lots of press coverage!
- Taylor Swift
This would be a swell addition too, only Taylor, of course, has a partnership with Coca-Cola… The Halftime show is sponsored by Pepsi, so something needs to change there. Maybe in a few years, who knows?
- Miley Cyrus
We can only imagine how colourful and scandalous this could get! Imagine the entertainment value!
The Canadian rapper is one of the hottest artists in the world right now, not only for his music, but also for his recurring presence in the… Aherm… “Rumor mill”. We would love to see what Drake would do in the Super Bowl spotlight.
Rock and metal fans will definitely agree with this one! If there’s one metal band in the world that could pull off the Super Bowl, it’s Metallica. They have enough popular appeal... Sadly, they’ve said they don’t want to play it!
Not only is Rihanna one of the hottest music stars right now, she really knows how to put on a show, and she’s well respected in the industry… Sadly, along with Cardi B, she has reportedly turned down the opportunity to perform this year due to the Colin Kaepernick controversy.
- Foo Fighters
One of rock’s most popular groups right now, Dave Grohl and the Foo Fighters bring amazing energy and power to each performance.
Rap is on the up-and-up these days, and Jay-Z is one name that comes to mind when we think about rappers that can really bring on a great show!
- Daft Punk
Daft Punk would surely bring fresh new textures and feelings to the Super Bowl. They’re perfectly capable of packing some amazing surprises, too! Is the mainstream public ready for a solid dose of electronic music?
- Weird Al Yankovic
He may not be on the NFL’s radar quite yet, but Weird Al’s famously wack parody music would certainly bring joy (and possibly some confusion) to the event. Interestingly, there’s already a petition to have him billed.