Usher is Headlining Super Bowl LVIII, Here’s Everything You Should Know

Usher at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards
Usher at the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards. Photo by Rob Latour/Shutterstock (10532344mu)

There’s always a lot of buzz surrounding the Super Bowl halftime show announcement, and the next performance will be all about Y2K nostalgia. The R&B star Usher has been chosen as the next Super Bowl halftime headliner, and here’s everything we know about his show.

Official Announcement

The NFL announced Usher’s involvement with a series of cheeky videos, also starring Kim Kardashian, Deion Sanders, Marshawn Lynch, and Odell Beckham Jr. He also did an interview with Apple Music and released an official statement, describing his headlining spot as “an honor of a lifetime.”

Potential Setlist & Guests

Usher’s setlist won’t be unveiled until the Super Bowl, but it’s safe to expect it would include his biggest hits. Usher gave us nine No. 1 singles over the years, including “Nice & Slow”, “U Remind Me”, “Yeah!”, “Burn”, “Love in This Club”, and “OMG”.

He also collaborated with everyone from Ludacris and to Alicia Keys and Lil Wayne, in addition to helping Justin Bieber get a head-start in the music industry, so the list of his potential Super Bowl guests is pretty long.

Date & Time

The Super Bowl LVIII will return to the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada on February 11, 2024. In addition to headlining the halftime show, Usher is planning to drop his new studio album Coming Home on the same day.