Usher is the main man in Las Vegas this evening.


Quarterbacks Patrick Mahomes and Brock Purdy should see their name up in lights whoever triumphs between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers – but this is the Super Bowl. Showbiz is king.

Usher will dominate headlines across the globe in the aftermath of his halftime show set with a host of cameo stars anticipated on the night.

The Yeah! singer will hold the attention of more than 100 million TV viewers in the US alone, as Rihanna broke the record for the most-viewed halftime show of all time in 2023.

Many will enjoy Usher as part of the spectacle, as part of the game, while others will sit through the sports bit to reach his set.

More like this brings you all the details for how to watch the Super Bowl halftime show in 2024.

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How to watch the Super Bowl halftime show in the UK

Fans in the UK will be able to tune in to the Super Bowl LVIII and its halftime show on ITV1, Sky Sports NFL and NFL Game Pass via DAZN.

You can also stream the action live on ITVX, Sky Go and NOW via a host of devices including smartphones and tablets.

Alternatively, fans can tune in to watch the game on NFL Game Pass via DAZN which will show full US TV coverage of the game, including the hallowed US adverts for just £0.99.

The halftime show is also usually uploaded to the official NFL YouTube channel the next day in full.

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When is the Super Bowl halftime show 2024?

The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday 11th February 2024 in local time, but the actual halftime show will be staged in the early hours of Monday morning.

The game will kick off at 11:30pm UK time, this means that we can expect the halftime show to take place at approximately 1:15am in the early hours of Monday 12th February.

However, timings are very flexible due to the nature of the game. Everything hinges on what happens in the first two quarters. Keep an eye on the action from 12:30am onwards as the clock counts down to the halfway stage.

The halftime show typically lasts between 12 and 15 minutes as the football players take a break from the intensity of the game.

Super Bowl halftime show trailer

Apple Music, which is sponsoring the Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show, released a trailer for Usher's performance last month – you can watch the full clip below.

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