Travis Scott Announced to Perform at Super Bowl with Maroon 5

It looks like Travis Scott may not be “stargazing” for much longer after he was announced to perform alongside Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl in 2019 on Feb. 3 in Atlanta, Georgia.

Music fans have been waiting several weeks to find out who else will be performing at one of the most-watched televised events of the year with popular pop band Maroon 5. Lucky for them, the suspense has ended and it has now been confirmed that Travis Scott will be joining them during their set.

Earlier this year, Scott made headlines with his latest album Astroworld which topped the charts and sold out multiple arenas, such as Madison Square Garden, during his Astroworld Tour. The year of 2018 was also an important one for Scott because Kylie Jenner gave birth to his daughter, Stormi.

Maroon 5 also had an impressive year with a killer comeback and chart-topping hit ‘Girls Like You’ featuring Cardi B. In fact, many are speculating that the rapper may make an appearance during this song at the Super Bowl. The band was also on a big arena tour this year and selling out shows.

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According to a report by Billboard made in October, many artists turned down the Super Bowl gig offered by the NFL this year. Some of these artists include JAY-Z, Rihanna and Adele. This could be for several reasons, but it has been speculated that it is because of the controversy of the artists not being paid to perform.

Fans have already been talking about what Maroon 5 and Travis Scott could be playing for this special halftime show. There are guesses about guest appearances and what songs are going to be performed all over social media, but nothing can be certain until Feb. 3.

What do you think will happen at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show? Tweet us using @CelebMix  and let us know!

Written by Alessandra

Alessandra is a music journalist from New York who loves to speak and write about music of all different genres. She has interviewed artists such as Alesso, Surf Mesa, and Neon Trees.