Maroon 5 will be the halftime performer at Super Bowl 53.
The boy band, headed by pop superstar Adam Levine, will take the stage the night February 3, 2019 at Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
For years, the NFL has seemingly tried to appease those who will tune in more so for the halftime performance over the actual game with artists who don’t exactly align with the demographic of the average NFL fan.
Maroon 5, who hasn’t performed at a Super Bowl pregame show but not a halftime show, will follow up Justin Timberlake, who performed at Super Bowl 52.
Though Atlanta native performers and bands such as Outkast, Future Migos, Lil’ John, Usher, T.I. and Ludacris (to name a few) were not chosen, there is always a possibility one of more of them could join Maroon 5 as as a joint performance like we’ve seen in the past.