When is Super Bowl 2021? Date, Location, TV Channel, Halftime Show

What Time Does The Super Bowl 2021 Start? Start Date, Kickoff, Live Stream, TV Channel

When is Super Bowl 2021?

Find out all the details you need to know about the Super Bowl LV in this article, including date, location, TV channels/live stream, and halftime show for Super Bowl 55.

Following an eventful season, which saw the NFL suspended for the first time in ages, fans can relax as the colorful Super Bowl event’s theatrics bring the 2020 season to a conclusion. 

As with most editions of the Super Bowl, the 2021 Super Bowl is sure to feature enchanting performances from some of the biggest stars in the entertainment spheres. 

Though we are yet to know which NFL team will tussle it out to become the Super Bowl LV champion, we can rest assured that the Super Bowl match will be one of the most toughly contested games in the 2020 season.

We bring you every detail about the forthcoming Super Bowl 55 in this special.

When is Super Bowl LV Date & kickoff time?

The 55th edition of the Super Bowl is scheduled for February 7, 2021. 

Super Bowl LV kickoff time is slated for 6:30 pm and takes place in Florida for the second successive time.

Where is Super Bowl 55 Location?

The Super Bowl LV event will take place at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers home ground, the Raymond James Stadium, in Tampa, Florida.

Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Floride, USA
Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida. Wikimedia Commons.

How do I watch Super Bowl LV? TV Channel & Live Stream

The Super Bowl LV will be broadcasted live on CBS. Viewers can also live stream the Super Bowl 55 on the CBS All Access App. 

NBC was supposed to broadcast the Super Bowl LV but swapped years with CBS so as to focus on the 2022 Super Bowl and Winter Olympics.

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Who will play in the Super Bowl LV?

The Kansas City Chiefs will go head-to-head with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV.

The following are results from the Championship game on Sunday:

NFC Championship Game: (5) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ (1) Green Bay Packers.

  • Final score: Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 31, Green Bay Packers – 26

AFC Championship Game: (2) Buffalo Bills @ (1) Kansas City Chiefs

  • Final score: Kansas City Chiefs – 38, Buffalo Bills – 24

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Who will sing the National Anthem? 

The artist who’ll thrill fans with a sonorous rendition of The Star-Spangled Banner, in line with Super Bowl tradition, is yet to be decided at the Super Bowl LV. 

There have been speculations, but no official word has been revealed.

Who will perform at the Halftime Show? 

The Super Bowl halftime show is one that fans look forward to with eagerness and excitement.

In past editions of the Super Bowl, organizers have brought A-list acts that have thrilled fans with mesmerizing performances. 

The last edition of the Super Bowl saw Latino queen Shakira team up with one of America’s finest divas, Jennifer Lopez, to thrill fans with wonderful hits and killer dance moves. 

The performance was not without some subtle message, which called on unity and better humanitarian treatment of illegal migrant children. 

As fans still reminisce over Shakira’s ‘zaghrouta,’ the artists for the Super Bowl LV Halftime show performance was revealed.

Canadian Superstar, The Weeknd will grace the Super Bowl stage to thrill fans with some of his spectacular hits, which no doubt will include his 2020 hit “Blinding Lights.”

Fans also look forward to the great acts that’ll join The Weeknd in entertaining fans. 

Come February 7, 2021, the Weeknd’s performance will go down in history as one of the best or controversial halftime performances in Super Bowl history.

But whatever it is, fans can rest assured that they’ll have a good time.

Quick Information & Facts

  • Event: Super Bowl LV, February 7, 2021
  • Location: Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida
  • Arena: Tampa
  • Kickoff time: 6:30 p.m. on CBS.
  • TV announcers: Jim Nantz and Tony Romo
  • Rules analyst: Gene Steratore
  • Sideline reporters: Tracy Wolfson, Jay Feely
  • Radio in the US: Westwood One (660-AM, 101.9-FM)
  • Halftime show: The Weeknd
  • National anthem: TBA

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