Every artist who's ever played the Super Bowl halftime show
10 February 2023, 14:35
As Super Bowl 2023 approaches, we turn back the clock and look at every act to grace the halftime show.
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Super Bowl LVII takes place this Sunday 12th February and it's set to be a big one.
The huge American Football event is arguably even more famous for its prime time ads and its halftime show, which has played host to some of the most iconic musicians in history.
So who is set to play Super Bowl 2023 and who has gone before them?
Find out everything you need to know here.
Who's doing the Super Bowl halftime show in 2023?
Rihanna has been confirmed to perform at the halftime show this year, while the American National anthem, also known as The Star-Spangled Banner will be performed by country star Chris Stapleton.
Full list of Super Bowl half-time show performances:
See the full list of all 56 Super Bowl halftime performances below:
- 1967 "Super Sighs and Sounds" with University of Arizona and Grambling State University bands
- 1968 Grambling State University band
- 1969 "America Thanks" with Florida A&M University band and Miami-area high school bands
- 1970 "Tribute to New Orleans" with Southern University band, Al Hirt, Lionel Hampton, Doc Severinsen, Marguerite Piazza
- 1971 Southeast Missouri State band
- 1972 "Salute to Louis Armstrong" with Ella Fitzgerald, Carol Channing, Al Hirt and U.S. Marine Corps Drill Team
- 1973 "Happiness Is..." with University of Michigan Band, Andy Williams and Woody Herman
- 1974 "A Musical America" with University of Texas Band
- 1975 "Tribute to Duke Ellington" with Mercer Ellington and Grambling State University bands
- 1976 "200 Years and Just a Baby: A Tribute to America's Bicentennial" featuring Up With People
- 1977 "It's a Small World" by Walt Disney Productions including spectators waving colored placards on cue
- 1978 "From Paris to the Paris of America" with Pete Fountain, Al Hirt and The Apache Band
- 1979 "Salute to the Caribbean" with Ken Hamilton and various bands
- 1980 "A Salute to the Big Band Era" featuring Up With People
- 1981 "A Mardi Gras Festival" with Pete Fountain and the Southern University band
- 1982 "A Salute to the 60's and Motown" featuring Up With People
- 1983 "KaleidoSUPERscope" (a kaleidoscope of color and sound, also featuring spectator-held colored placards)
- 1984 "Salute to the Superstars of the Silver Screen" from Walt Disney Productions
- 1985 "A World of Children's Dreams" featuring Tops in Blue
- 1986 "Beat of the Future" featuring Up With People
- 1987 "Salute to Hollywood's 100th Anniversary and The Land of Make Believe", a Disney production featuring high school bands
- 1988 "Something Grand" featuring Chubby Checker, 88 grand pianos, the Rockettes, and the USC and San Diego State bands
- 1989 "BeBop Bamboozled" featuring 3-D effects
- 1990 "Salute to New Orleans" and 40th Anniversary of Peanuts' characters, featuring Doug Kershaw, Doug Kershaw and Irma Thomas
- 1991 "A Small World Salute to 25 Years of the Super Bowl" featuring New Kids on the Block
- 1992 "Winter Magic" featuring Gloria Estefan and figure skaters Brian Boitano and Dorothy Hamill
- 1993 "Heal the World" featuring Michael Jackson
- 1994 "Rockin' Country Sunday" featuring Clint Black, Tanya Tucker, Travis Tritt, Wynonna and Naomi Judd
- 1995 "Indiana Jones and the Temple of the Forbidden Eye" featuring Tony Bennett, Patti LaBelle, Arturo Sandoval, the Miami Sound Machine
- 1996 "Take Me Higher: A Celebration of 30 Years of the Super Bowl" featuring Diana Ross
- 1997 "Blues Brothers Bash" featuring Dan Akroyd, John Goodman, James Belushi, James Brown and ZZ Top
- 1998 "A Tribute to Motown's 40th Anniversary" including Boyz II Men, Smokey Robinson, Queen Latifah, Martha Reeves and The Temptations
- 1999 "Celebration of Soul, Salsa and Swing" featuring Stevie Wonder, Gloria Estefan, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy and Savion Glover
- 2000 "A Tapestry of Nations" featuring Phil Collins, Christina Aguilera, Enrique Iglesias and Toni Braxton
- 2001 "The Kings of Rock and Pop" featuring Aerosmith and NSYNC with guests Britney Spears, Mary J. Blige and Nelly
- 2002 U2
- 2003 Shania Twain and No Doubt with guest Sting
- 2004 "Choose or Lose" featuring Janet Jackson, Justin Timberlake, Kid Rock, P. Diddy, Nelly and Jessica Simpson
- 2005 Paul McCartney
- 2006 The Rolling Stones
- 2007 Prince
- 2008 Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
- 2009 Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band
- 2010 The Who
- 2011 The Black Eyed Peas with guests Usher and Slash
- 2012 Madonna with guests Cee Lo Green, LMFAO, M.I.A. and Nicki Minaj
- 2013 Beyoncé with guests Destiny's Child
- 2014 Bruno Mars with guests Red Hot Chili Peppers
- 2015 Katy Perry with guests Missy Elliott and Lenny Kravitz
- 2016 Coldplay with guests Beyoncé and Bruno Mars
- 2017 Lady Gaga
- 2018 Justin Timberlake
- 2019 Maroon 5 with guests Travis Scott and Big Boi
- 2020 Shakira and Jennifer Lopez with guests Bad Bunny and J Balvin
- 2021 The Weeknd
- 2022 Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar
The Foo Fighters perform 'Best of You' at pre-Super Bowl concert
Where is Super Bowl 2023?
Super Bowl 2023 will take place in State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday 12 February with the the American Football Conference champion Kansas City Chiefs and the National Football Conference champion Philadelphia Eagles going head to head.
What time does Super Bowl 2023 start?
The Super Bowl 2023 game kicks off at 4:30pm local time, which is 11.30pm (GMT) in the UK and the halftime show is expected to start at approx 1.30am (GMT) on Monday morning.
How to watch the Super Bowl 2023 in the UK:
Super Bowl 2023 will be available to watch live on ITV1 or Sky Sports, but can also be streamed via ITVX, NowTV or with a subscription to the NFL Game Pass.