The Super Bowl halftime show is, at this point, nearly as big as the Super Bowl itself. This year, the NFL is rolling out the biggest names it can find for the big game’s 50th halftime show.
Coldplay is making its first appearance at the Super Bowl halftime show. Joining Coldplay on stage is R&B icon Beyonce, who at this point needs no introduction. Super Bowl 50 will represent Beyonce’s fourth halftime show appearance.
The third confirmed guest is Bruno Mars. Mars has built an impressive resume of his own, winning two Grammy awards in his career. He had another dominant year in 2015, with single “Uptown Funk.”
Lady Gaga, who also had a wonderful 2015, will be singing the national anthem.
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When: Sunday, Feb. 7
Where: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.
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