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Everything to know about Super Bowl LVIII


The 2024 Super Bowl is the 58th annual championship game of the NFL.

This year’s Super Bowl will be held at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas and will start at 6:30 pm on February 11th, 2024. This year is the first time Las Vegas, and Nevada in general, has hosted The Super Bowl. 

How to watch

 As for tickets this year, you can find them on websites like StubHub, Ticketmaster, or SeatGeek. But these tickets are not cheap. You can find prices that vary from hundreds to thousands of dollars depending on where you get them from.

If you can’t get tickets there are always ways that you can watch from the comfort of your own home. You can watch it on apps like Paramount, Hulu+, NFL+, CBS, and Nickelodeon.

Half Time

Every year since the beginning of the Super Bowl there has been a halftime performance that serves as an intermission for everyone, coaches, players, and audience members. People like Lady Gaga, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, and Madonna have performed. This year’s halftime performer is R&B singer Usher. However, this isn’t the first time that Usher has made an appearance. He was a feature in the 2011 performance with the group Black Eyed Peas. This year the Super Bowl will be a more vibrant performance, in 1080p HDR and 4k HDR. This performance will be around 8 pm lasting about 20 to 30 minutes after the first half of the game.

Predicted winner

So far the team predicted to win the Super Bowl is the San Francisco 49ers. “The champions of the NFC West and top seed in the conference, enter as league favorite to win the 2024 Super Bowl when the NFL’s 14-team postseason begins Saturday with the six-game wild-card round.” Says Bob Christ from The Sporting News magazine.

The Super Bowl is continuously bringing families together so they can gather around the TV with food and drinks to watch their favorite teams play.“I can’t wait to hang out with my parents and siblings and watch the Super Bowl again. I’m excited to see which team is going to win this year.” Says Tatiana Jimenez, Freshman.

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