Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest To Feature Halsey & MGK, Blake & Gwen, Miley & Green Day

Super Bowl Music Fest 2022
– Super Bowl Music Fest 2022

The Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest has returned for its third instalment, with three nights at Staples Center ahead of the Big Game Feb. 10-12.

Announced by Bud Light and On Location, the official hospitality partner of the NFL, the event kicks off Thursday with Halsey and Machine Gun Kelly. Friday features Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani along with Mickey Guyton, and Saturday night boasts performances from Miley Cyrus and Green Day.
“Los Angeles is the epicenter of sports and entertainment, and we’re thrilled to host this incredible festival for a celebration of everything the city represents,” said On Location President, Paul Caine. “This unforgettable staple of Super Bowl weekend anchors an exciting slate of On Location experiences.”
This year’s event promises surprise appearances by celebrities and athletes as well. 
Always a media circus, this year’s Super Bowl festivities taking place in Los Angeles are sure to take things to an even higher level.
“STAPLES Center and L.A. LIVE are incredibly excited and honored to host three amazing nights of music as part of Super Bowl Music Fest,” Lee Zeidman, President, STAPLES Center, Microsoft Theater and L.A. LIVE. “We look forward to welcoming music and football fans to downtown as part of Super Bowl week in Los Angeles.”
The inaugural Super Bowl Music Fest took place in 2019 at State Farm Arena in Atlanta, with a similarly star-studded Saturday lineup topped by Bruno Mars and Cardi B, with the previous night topped by Aerosmith and Post Malone. The event reported $11.38 million grossed, with the Saturday night at just under $6.5 million, a record for State Farm Arena.

 The 2020 edition was topped by Guns N’ Roses, Maroon 5 and DJ Khaled and friends at AmericanAirlines Arena in Miami. 
“We’re absolutely thrilled that our Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest is returning to bring passionate music and football fans’ never seen before performances,” said Lane Joyce, Director of Experiential Marketing for Bud Light. “With this year’s festival taking place in the iconic Staples Center, we’re excited about the line-up of musicians we have brought together across various genres, and can’t wait to bring people in Los Angeles even more fun to what is already set to be a big weekend.”
This year’s Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest features artists that have had major moments in 2021, with Miley Cyrus’ high-profile festival highlights including at Lollapalooza, BottleRock, Austin City Limits Music Festival, Summerfest in Milwaukee and still others. Green Day topped the “Hella Mega” tour with Fall Out Boy and Weezer taking in stadiums as one of the first major tours post-COVID, Machine Gun Kelly being maybe the first to announce a major tour and Halsey dropping a major new album.  

“Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest has quickly become one of the most anticipated fan events of the week. Three nights of incredible talent at an amazing venue in Los Angeles as the Super Bowl returns to the city for the first time in nearly 30 years will make this year’s music fest the most exciting ever,” said NFL EVP of Club Business & Events, Peter O’Reilly.