NFL Super Bowl Halftime Show: Who is Performing at the Super Bowl 2023? Date, Time, Performers and Other Info
After an exciting month of NFL playoffs, only two teams are left standing. The Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles will meet for Super Bowl LVII on Sunday, Feb. 12.
This also has NFL fans around the world eager to learn more information about the official Super Bowl Halftime Show 2023.
NFL Super Bowl Halftime Show
Who is Performing at the Super Bowl?
After switching it up last year with five performers during the Super Bowl LVI halftime show, the NFL is going back to its traditional format of one musical act.
This year, the Super Bowl LVII halftime show will be performed by global superstar Rihanna. Rihanna is a nine-time Grammy Award winner and is the second-best-selling female musician of all time, behind only Madonna.
It's possible Rihanna will be joined by special guests during the show as well, but no announcements have been made yet.
What Time is the Halftime Show 2023?
There's no concrete time scheduled for the Super Bowl 2023 Halftime Show, but fans can expect the concert to start around 8 p.m. ET (6 p.m. local time). Super Bowl LVII kickoff is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. ET, so we can expect the first half to last about 90 minutes before the halftime show begins.
Who is Singing the Halftime Show 2023?
The Super Bowl Halftime Show 2023 will feature Rihanna in her first live performance in over five years. The 34-year-old Barbados native had previously boycotted the event in support of Colin Kaepernick.
Who is Performing Super Bowl Halftime Show 2023?
Rihanna is one of the most accomplished and successful musical artists of her generation. She has won nine Grammy Awards and released eight studio albums in a career spanning nearly two decades. Rihanna is also believed to be the wealthiest female musician in the world with an estimated net worth of $1.4 billion as of 2022.
How Long is Super Bowl Halftime?
The Super Bowl's halftime typically lasts between 20-30 minutes, about 15 minutes of which are allotted to the musical act. Accordingly, fans can expect Super Bowl LVII's halftime show to conclude around 8:15 p.m. ET (6:15 p.m. local time).