Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest to Return for Year 3

Meredith J
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The third time seems to be the charm as the Bud Light Super Bowl Fest will return for year three during Super Bowl Weekend in Los Angeles on February 10-12 at the Staples Center. Dubbed by The New York Times as “The Extended Super Bowl Halftime Show,” the Bud Light Super Bowl Fest lasts three days. This year, Halsey and Machine Gun Kelly will kick off the event on Thursday. Friday night will feature Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani with Mickey Guyton. Green Day and Miley Cyrus will headline on Saturday night.

All Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest events will be held at the Staples Center before the Super Bowl LVI. Tickets will be available for each night and other events here. The tickets will go be available for the general public starting today, November 18, at 10 a.m. EST.

In addition to the headlined shows, there will surprise celebrities and athletes as well. Premium seating, as well as suites and packages, are also available.

Previous years of the Bud Light Super Bowl Fest included Bruno Mars and Cardi B.; Post Malone and Aerosmith; Maroon 5, and Dan + Shay with a surprise performance from Demi Lovato; Ludacris, Ciara, Migos, T.I., Lil Jon, and Young Jeezy; DJ Khaled & Friends, Meek Mill, and Megan Thee Stallion; and Guns N’ Roses and special guest Snoop Dogg. The 2019 and 2020 events had 75,000 people in attendance in Atlanta and Miami.

COVID protocols will be in place in order to attend the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest which may include, but not be limited to, masking, proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test. Please be sure to monitor local, county, state & federal health guidelines as well as NFL and venue policies & procedures for updates regarding any rules that may be in place. For the latest STAPLES Center COVID-19 rules, please visit STAPLESCENTER.COM/SAFE.

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