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Who is performing at the Super Bowl half-time show and what time does it start in the UK?

Who is performing at the Super Bowl half-time show and what time does it start in the UK?

The lowdown on the Super Bowl 2023 half-time show.

The traditional Super Bowl half-time show will take place in Arizona in 2023, where Philadelphia Eagles take on Kansas City Chiefs. Here are all the key details you need to know.

The half-time show is one of the centrepiece events of Super Bowl week each year, alongside the on-field action. Superstars from the world of music are invited to perform on the biggest stage, and the show itself is considered one of the key musical events on the US calendar, despite only being for a short period of time.

According to Kantar, last year's Super Bowl half-time show generated an incredible $32 million in advertising revenue. Reports claim that the average cost of a 30-second advert during the broadcast stood at an eye-watering $7 million.

In the past, the likes of Michael Jackson, Beyonce, Prince, Coldplay and The Weeknd have all played the half-time show.

But who is taking to the stage at the State Farm Stadium in Arizona, and when will the half-time show get underway?

Super Bowl 2023: Who is performing at the half-time show?

At the Super Bowl 2023 half-time show, Rihanna will be performing for the fans in attendance - and the millions watching at home. It will be her first live performance in seven years.

She will be the sole headline act this year, after the 2022 edition saw five performers take to the stage during the show.

Super Bowl 2023: What time does the half-time show start?

The half-time show is expected to begin at around 1:30am UK time on Monday morning, with the legendary singer anticipated to complete a 12-minute set on stage.

The half-time break, as is traditional at the Super Bowl, will last for 30 minutes, meaning the on-field action is estimated to get back underway at around 2am for the final two quarters.

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Topics: Super Bowl, NFL, American Football, Patrick Mahomes