Paramore, Imagine Dragons, Kane Brown, Dave Matthews Band To Headline Super Bowl Music Fest

The biggest game of the year deserves a big lineup and the 2023 Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest delivers.

The three-night festival at Phoenix’s Footprint Center ahead of Super Bowl LVII in nearby Glendale is slated for Feb. 9-11, ahead of the game Feb. 12.

The event begins with Paramore with a still-to-be-announced special guest Thursday night, followed Friday with Dave Matthews Band with a DJ set by DJ Pee .Wee (the nom de turntable of Anderson .Paak). Imagine Dragons and Kane Brown co-headline Saturday night. Tickets go on sale December 2 at 10 a.m. local time.  Additional ticket information is available at  

Now in its fourth year, the festival has grown into one of the premier non-gridiron events of Super Bowl Week. As Pollstar described it ahead of the 2022 version, it’s “a three-night affair featuring top artists that would be a major event under any circumstances.”

“This music festival continues to be at the heart of the Super Bowl Fan Experience and will continue to offer everyone an unforgettable lifetime of memories,” said Paul Caine, President of On Location and IMG Events. “We couldn’t be more excited for those in Phoenix to experience an amazing lineup of headliners who normally wouldn’t perform together for fans.”

The 2022 edition at Los Angeles’s Arena featuring Halsey, Machine Gun Kelly, Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Mickey Guyton, Miley Cyrus and Green Day sold 37,954 tickets over three days, grossing $4,709,720, according to reports submitted to Pollstar Boxoffice.