The grand and highly-anticipated Super Bowl 2023 stands just two weeks away. With all that adrenaline rush this year’s mega event will see American Football Conference (AFC) champion Kansas City Chiefs and the National Football Conference (NFC) champion, Philadelphia Eagles lock horns in the game’s 57th edition.

The Eagles defeated the San Francisco 49ers in a 31-7 blowout. In a major blow, the 49ers lost Brock Purdy early and the rushing touchdowns from Jalen Hurts and the team provided a much-needed advantage to the Eagles.

Whereas on the other hand, The Chiefs edged the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. Patrick Mahomes was great even with a high-ankle sprain. His gallop at the end of the game, which drew a penalty, helped set up Harrison Butker’s game-winning field goal.

However, another big show that is set to take place apart from the big match encounter is the performances during the Super Bowl and who will set the stage on fire when the two heavyweight giants of the NFL lock horn at the iconic state farm stadium in Arizona.

Among the biggest name, Rihanna headlines the 2023 Super Bowl Halftime Show. Rihanna’s NAVY has been anticipating new music from Rihanna since she dropped Anti in 2016. They have also been counting down the months for this performance ever since the NFL announced that she would follow 2022’s hip-hop extravaganza.

She confirmed her availability way back last year on September 25th when she posted a photo holding the NFL-branded football. What then followed was the official statement from Roc Nation – Jay-Z’s production company producing the Super Bowl Halftime show since 2020 and the NFL confirmed it later that Rihanna will be sealing the headline in 2023’s mega event halftime.

While interacting with a major media house on her deal Rihanna in November said, “I can’t believe I even said yes. It was one of those things that even when I announced it, I was like, ‘OK, I can’t take it back. Now, it’s like final.”

She went on to further say, “The Super Bowl is one of the biggest stages in the world, it’s an entertainer’s dream to be on a stage like that. But it’s nerve-racking. You want to get it right. You know, everybody’s watching. And they’re rooting for you. And I want to get it right.”

Super Bowl 2023 Venue:

The 57th edition of one of America’s biggest sporting events is scheduled to take place at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. The stadium is home to the Arizona Cardinals, who finished last in the NFC West with a 4-13 record.

Super Bowl 2023: Live Stream, Venue, Date-Time, and more to know on the mega American sporting event

Super Bowl Live stream and where to watch on the cable?

This year the match will be broadcasted live on FOX TV, besides going on the channel’s official website for fans who don't have access to a cable connection.

Apart from that the viewers are getting the option to watch the grand Super Bowl match on their TV, Computers, or Mobile Phone is to stream to the service of any of the following platforms, such as CBS All Access, fuboTV, Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV, DirecTV NOW, YouTube TV, or Vidgo.

Match and Performance Timing:

The game is scheduled to begin anywhere by 6:30 PM ET which is 5:00 AM IST, as the game lasts for nearly four hours, implying the halftime will be starting around 8:00 to 8: 30 ET which is 7:30 IST.\

National Anthem at the Super Bowl 2023:

The NFL announced on Jan. 24 that country star Chris Stapleton would perform the United States national anthem at Super Bowl LVII. Chris continues a streak of country stars singing “The Star-Spangled Banner” at the Big Game, with Mickey Guyton performing the anthem in 2022.

Apart from the main event will also see performances by Babyface who will sing “America The Beautiful.” The R&B legend and producer/writer of 125 Top 10 hit records – including 44 No. 1 R&B hits and 16 No. 1 Pop Hits – will show why he’s a twelve-time Grammy Award-winner when he sings the song ahead of the game.

Sheryl Lee Ralph, The Abbot Elementary star, will bring gravitas and grace when she performs “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” a hymn referred to as “The Black national anthem” in America.

In addition to this, the NFL will also be commemorating 50 years of women flying in the US Navy. The service will be flying past the stadium during the National Anthem helmed by the woman aviators as part of the formation.

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