The Super Bowl is notorious for attracting global audiences with its halftime performances (and, of course, the football game itself), and 2024 is no exception.
As well as being the final game in the National Football League (NFL) season, the Super Bowl has become an icon of the music world, with one lucky artist selected each year to fill the coveted halftime slot.
Usher has been bestowed with the honour for 2024, and if his past performances are anything to go by, it’s set to be another stellar halftime show.
“It’s an honour of a lifetime to finally check a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list. I can’t wait to bring the world a show unlike anything else they’ve seen from me before,” the singer said of the announcement. “Thank you to the fans and everyone who made this opportunity happen. I’ll see you real soon.”
We’ve been waiting with baited breath for the announcement since Rihanna made her return to live music at the 2023 game (and pregnant, no less). The year before, the game saw Dr. Dre, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Eminem and 50 Cent take to the stage.
So while we mentally prepare ourselves for what will no doubt be another iconic halftime show, below, everything you need to know about catching the 2024 Super Bowl from Australia.
When Is The 2024 Super Bowl?
The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 11 at Allegiant stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada.
For those of us tuning in from Australia, that will be Monday, February 12.
How To Watch The 2024 Super Bowl From Australia
Exact details of how to stream the 2024 Super Bowl from Australia are yet to be released. However last year, the show was broadcast by Channel 7 and 7Plus, with coverage beginning at 10am AEDT, and the halftime show at 12:30pm AEDT.