Super Bowl LIV 2020: Where to watch live, who's performing and who's singing the national anthem
The world can look forward to is an electrifying performance from Shakira and Jennifer Lopez
Rightfully called one of the biggest events in the US, despite being less than 15 minutes, the Super Bowl halftime show is a major musical extravaganza. It all started when Michael Jackson had the crowd screaming and wanting for more for his 'Jam' and 'Billie Jean', and what followed over the years were notable performances from legendary music stars — Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, the Rolling Stones, and the more modern stalwarts in Beyonce and Lady Gaga.
This year's Super Bowl will feature Shakira and Jennifer Lopez and what the world can look forward to is an electrifying performance from the two music sensations. While there were rumors of Jay-Z performing after Roc Nation announced their partnership with the NFL, that's quashed right now.
Here is everything you need to know about the major event that's dawning real quick.
The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers will battle for the title this year.
It's all going to go down at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. An interesting bit of trivia: this is the sixth time this stadium has hosted the Super Bowl.
Where can you watch it and when?
Super Bowl LIV is slated on February 2. Kickoff is scheduled for 6.30 pm ET.
Fox will air this year's Super Bowl. The game can also be viewed on the Fox Sports website and FOX Sports app.
For those without access to Fox, the Super Bowl can be streamed with services such as FuboTV, YouTube TV, Sling TV, Hulu with Live TV and AT&T TV NOW.
CBS will air the Super Bowl in 2021, followed by NBC in 2022.
Who's singing the National Anthem?
'Confident' star Demi Lovato