Lizzo Among The Stars Attending Super Bowl LVIII Field Club And After Party
More than 20 of today’s top musicians including Lizzo, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, Nickelback’s Chad Kroeger, Tate McRae, Lainey Wilson, Peso Pluma, MGK, Jelly Roll, Maren Morris and more gathered at the Live Nation’s Field Club to cheer on the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers at Live Nation’s Field Club at the Super Bowl LVIII at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
This diverse gathering of superstars across every major musical genre represents the growing fan demand which continues to reach record highs from country, to R&B, Latin, Hip Hop, developing + emerging artists and so much more.
Super Bowl LVIII was a true coming together of the best in sports and entertainment, demonstrating live entertainment’s unique ability to bring people together and create lifelong memories.
More than 140 million fans went to concerts in 2023, and that momentum continues. As concert touring continues to grow in all parts of the world, Live Nation is on track to host a record number of concerts and fans in 2024.
Also at the 2024 Super Bowl, Andra Day officially added herself to a historic line of annual pre-Super Bowl performances by singing Lift Every Voice and Sing.
Taking to the field just minutes ahead of this year’s kickoff, the Grammy winner was joined by six backup singers whose voices — just as the song’s title suggests — empowered her own. “Lift every voice and sing,” she belted, skillfully adding agile runs to various notes, “Till earth and heaven ring/ Ring with the harmonies of liberty.”
Day is just the second Black artist in history to perform the ballad on a Super Bowl field before kickoff, following Sheryl Lee Ralph‘s stunning take on Lift Every Voice and Sing at State Farm Stadium in 2023. Two years prior, Alicia Keys launched the tradition by singing the anthem in a pre-recorded video that aired during the 2021 Super Bowl broadcast, the year after which Mary Mary did the honors from outside SoFi Stadium.