R&B legend Usher to perform in Las Vegas for Super Bowl LVIII

September 25, 2023

The entertainer will headline the half-time show.

The NFL recently revealed that R&B superstar Usher will headline the half-time show in Las Vegas during Super Bowl LVIII, according to a local news report in the Las Vegas Review Journal.

Next year’s Big Game is scheduled for February 11 at Allegiant Stadium on the Las Vegas Strip.

Usher is a two-time Vegas residency headliner. To coincide with the Super Bowl, Usher will debut his latest album, “Coming Home.” The new album is the first to come out since Usher released “Hard II Love” in 2016.

Usher performed to sold-out crowds during both of his Vegas residencies. He has headlined at both the Colosseum at Caesars Palace and at Dolby Live at Park MGM.

Caesars Entertainment President of Entertainment Jason Gastwirth said in a statement that the company is excited for Usher to grace the half-time stage in Vegas during the next Big Game.

“Usher is a tremendous talent. We enjoyed great success together at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace and we are happy for him to be receiving this honor at the Super Bowl in Las Vegas this coming year.”

The Strip will also welcome this year’s Formula 1 Heineken Silver Las Vegas Grand Prix. The race will take place on the Vegas Strip from November 16 to November 18, 2023.

F1 racing fans can also get in on an all-day lunch event on November 5, which will be hosted by Caesars Palace. Fans will have an opportunity to get a closer look at all the cars that will compete during the Formula 1 Grand Prix.


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