BIG STARS INCLUDING BRUNO MARS, CARDI B, AEROSMITH TO HEADLINE BUD LIGHT SUPER BOWL MUSIC FEST, ATLANTA
The Official Hospitality Partner to NFL, On Location Experience in association with one of the well-known beer brand Bud Light announced the first Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival to be held in 2019, all leading up to the grand event of Super Bowl LIII, Atlanta.
The festival will run for three whole night starting from 31st January and ongoing till 2nd February at State Farm Arena. A rare opportunity for NFL Fans in Atlanta to have a blast with the songs played by their favorite music artists.
Saturday will be very special because the music fans will witness their dream coming true as they will see one of the most sought-after music star, Bruno Mars and the famous female rapper, Cardi B perform together that night. Cheap Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest tickets are also available now. Friday night is not less special with the rock legend Aerosmith appearing for a mind-blowing act and a special guest who is still a mystery.
Electronic Arts Inc.’s EA Sports Bowl will be hosting another star-studded evening for the biggest night of the NFL season with ‘Welcome to Atlanta Showcase’ in which the hip-hop legend, Ludacris and friends will be playing. There’s still one more special show before the night ends as ‘Quality Control Music Showcase’ feature some of the most up and coming raping stars for the evening including Migos, Lil Yachty, and Lil baby etc.
John Collins, CEO of on Location Experiences said while presenting his vision for the music festival is that their sole purpose is to introduce a festival that provides the highly standardized music wrapped around one of the most anticipated sports events. He further said that with a star-studded lineup and a showcase that will be viewed by more than 45 thousand people at State Farm Arena the Super Bowl Music Festival will bring a whole new vibe. He seemed quite excited to bring a massive bundle of joy for the Music and NFL fans at Atlanta.
There will also be appearances from Celebrities and Athletes from NFL featured other than the gigantic list of genres played at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival.