O super bowl lvii takes place next Sunday, February 12, and in addition to broadcasting the traditional American football league final, the match will feature the iconic halftime show with the presence of Rihannareturning to the stage after a long hiatus.
The Super Bowl is also known for being the stage for several trailers. Therefore, films and series from Disney, Warner, Universal, Paramount, etc. are expected to be shown throughout the match.
Where to watch Super Bowl 2023?
Although American football is not as popular in Brazil, the country’s public will be able to follow all the news of the event both on TV and in streaming. Check out the available options below:
- no streaming: the Star+ platform will broadcast the Super Bowl from 6:30 pm. Coverage is included in the service catalogue, which can be subscribed for prices starting at R$ 14.99 per month in Brazil.
- On TV: Super Bowl 2023 will be shown on open television by RedeTV and will be available on closed channels by ESPN.
While the match should start at 8:30 pm, coverage of the event starts in advance. On Star+, for example, news about the event will already be popping up in the streaming starting at 6:30 pm.
Rihanna concert and trailers
Both Rihanna and the NFL itself had already confirmed the return of the singer for the Halftime Show of the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles teams, who dispute the Vince Lombardi trophy.
The match takes place at State Farm Stadium, in the city of Glendale, Arizona. With duration of 15 minutesRihanna is expected to bring her most popular songs to the halftime show, and so far there has been no confirmation of guests for the performance.
Country music singer Chris Stapleton will sing the US national anthem before the big game. Other artists will also sing at the event, such as Babyface and the song America the Beautiful. Opening the halftime show will be opened by Sheryl Lee Ralph, giving her voice to the song Lift Every Voice and Sing.
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The 2023 Halftime Show is sponsored by Apple Music, which would have signed a possible millionaire contract with Rihanna to bring the artist to the music scene again. In 2022, the Grammy winner had already participated in the film Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, responsible for the soundtrack with the songs Lift Me Up and Born Again.