Country music superstar Eric Church and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Jazmine Sullivan will sing the National Anthem together at the Super Bowl LV, the NFL announced today (Jan. 19). Super Bowl LV is set to air live from Tampa, Florida’s Raymond James Stadium on Sunday, Feb. 7 on CBS. The kick-off show will begin at 6:00 p.m. EST, with the game itself kicking off at 6:30 p.m. EST.
It will be the first time a country artist has taken part since Luke Bryan’s 2017 performance. Church and Sullivan will join a prestigious line up of Super Bowl National Anthem performers, including: Bryan, Demi Lovato, Gladys Knight, Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, Whitney Houston, Diana Ross, Jennifer Hudson, Billy Joel, P!NK, Jordin Sparks, Idina Menzel, Mariah Carey, Alicia Keys, and Neil Diamond.
The pregame will also include Grammy-award winning artist, H.E.R., who will sing her rendition of “America the Beautiful.”
The NFL previously announced that The Weeknd will headline the Super Bowl LV Halftime Show.
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