Much ado has been made about the 2016 Super Bowl headliner. But, if new reports prove true, the mystery is over. For, Coldplay have been named for multiple sources as the first artists set to rock the coveted stage.
Billboard reports that the Chris Martin led band will form part of a group of acts headlining the halftime show at the Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. on February 7th.
Citing the Wall Street Journal, BB adds that the group are to play their biggest hits, as well as new numbers from their latest album ‘A Head Full Of Dreams’ (which drops tomorrow).
Specifically teased was a potential performance with previous headliner Beyonce on their new collaboration ‘Hymn For The Weekend.’
As previously reported, 2014 headliner Bruno Mars has been tapped to “curate” this year’s performance. It remains to be seen whether he will also be taking to the stage.
Stay tuned for formal confirmations and announcements of other performers.