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Super Bowl 50 halftime show: great lineup, TV schedule, performers, great performances during Super Bowl 2016 live, enjoy it

Super Bowl 50 halftime show: great lineup, TV schedule, performers, great performances during Super Bowl 2016 live, enjoy it

Super Bowl 50 halftime show: great lineup, TV schedule, performers, great performances during Super Bowl 2016 live, enjoy it

Super Bowl 50 halftime show is going to be as exciting as the Broncos vs. Panthers match. The match between the two best teams in the NFL will be great. There is no difference of opinion among the Super Bowl fans.

Both the teams have shown their worth during the season and as they prepare to fight it out on the biggest stage, every player of the two sides will try to make it a dream occasion.

Being the golden jubilee of the league, this year, the NFL is announcing the biggest names it can find for the big game’s 50th halftime show, with Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars listed to perform.

Pepsi Super Bowl XLIX Halftime ShowIt must be kept in mind that Coldplay is making its first appearance at the Super Bowl halftime show. Joining Coldplay on stage is R&B icon Beyonce, who needs no introduction. Super Bowl 50 will be Beyonce’s fourth halftime show appearance. Her performance is generally believed as one of the best halftime shows of the 21st century. The third confirmed guest is Bruno Mars, who was also part of Super Bowl 48. As the headliner for the Super Bowl 48 halftime show, Mars attracted 115 million viewers.

Besides Super Bowl enthusiasts can probably expect one or more “surprise” guest stars. One name that has surfaced is Beyonce’s husband, rapper Jay-Z. Fans can catch the Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 7 at Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif. Viewers at home can tune in to CBS or access CBSSports.com for online streaming.

As far as halftime show is concerned, in late November 2015, reports surfaced stating that “multiple acts” would perform during the halftime show. On December 3, the league confirmed that the show would be headlined by the British rock group Coldplay. On January 7, 2016, Pepsi confirmed to the Associated Press that Beyoncé, who headlined the Super Bowl XLVII halftime show and is collaborating with Coldplay on the single “Hymn for the Weekend,” is expected to make an appearance. Bruno Mars, who headlined the Super Bowl XLVIII halftime show, will also be performing.

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