The Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show is exactly one week away.
And with the countdown officially on, confusion is finally being clarified about what folk can expect from the Coldplay headlined concert.
The road to the PEPSI sponsored spectacle has been exciting, yet at times confusing.
After all, initial reports touted 2014 headliner Bruno Mars as both a “curator” and performer at the February 7th event. Yet, months later, mentions of the ‘Treasure’ belter ceased and Coldplay were confirmed as headliners, with Beyonce billed as their special guest shortly after.
In the time since, different reports have presented Halftime as a principally Coldplay affair, while others have suggested it’ll be a co-headlined showcase between the ‘Hymn For The Weekend’ collaborators.
And while the definitive answers will be delivered next Sunday, Chris Martin – in a behind the scenes segment for CBS – has confirmed that Mars will indeed feature:
— Atlas Project (@ColdplayAtlas) January 31, 2016
With such a diverse mix of names, we’re amped to see how their performances will be sewn together. Solo sets? Joint showings? Imagine Bruno and Bey rocking out to ‘Uptown Funk’…bliss!
Roll on Feb 7th!