The excitement is building now ahead of Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday, February 11. Of course, we all know already that the San Francisco 49ers will face up to the Kansas City Chiefs. And that R&B star Usher is booked in for the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show.
And we probably all know, or at least are pretty sure, that Taylor Swift will very likely be in the crowd. If that’s correct Swift will be making another of her now-famous football game appearances in support of Travis Kelce. But aside from all that, who is getting the event truly underway in terms of the ceremonial songs just ahead of kick-off?
The traditional pre-game ceremony will have Country Music Hall of Fame singer Reba McEntire singing the national anthem. That will include a flyover by the United States Air Force Thunderbirds. McEntire has had huge success in the entertainment world with many music awards, hit records, Broadway shows, and her TV show Reba.
Who else is singing at the Super Bowl pre match ceremony?
As part of the pre-game festivities, NFL fans also have Post Malone performing. The rapper and singer has an amazing voice and we can look forward to him singing “America Is Beautiful”. He’s also expected to appear again in a Super Bowl TV ad for Bud Light.
As in recent years, we’ll also hear “Lift Every Voice And Sing." This will be performed by Andrea Day, the R&B and soul star singer. Day is another multi-award winner well known for her role as Billie Holiday in the drama The United States vs. Billie Holiday.
Ahead of the kick-off, there should be three great performances to get the event going and the world watching and listening. All of those songs and also the halftime entertainment will include American Sign Language (ASL) performances.