In defense of Maroon 5 headlining the Super Bowl Halftime Show

Maroon 5 To Play Super Bowl Halftime 2019

Maroon 5 To Play Super Bowl Halftime 2019

The NFL has tabbed pop-rock mainstays Maroon 5 to perform during halftime of Super Bowl LIII on February 3 in Atlanta, two sources tell Variety's Jem Aswad.

Maroon 5 certainly has a number of chart-topping hits to get fans pumped for a potential performance. If Maroon 5 can shake up the layout of an iconic venue certainly they can deliver when it comes to taking on the iconic Super Bowl. Their current Red Pill Blues Tour features a unique stage layout that includes two massive catwalks, turning each concert into an almost 360-degree experience because the band can move across nearly the entire arena floor.

With the Super Bowl set to be in Atlanta for the first time in 19 years, the National Football League had a real opportunity to showcase the city's incredible music culture. Who knows, perhaps Cardi B will join them for a guest appearance to perform the summer smash hit "I Like It, ". But is there anyone on the planet who is even slightly psyched about a Maroon 5 halftime show?




Adam Levine is going to the Super Bowl!

The point is, Maroon 5 is blah and boring and not very Atlanta. They have some big shoes to fill.

Justin Timberlake performed at Super Bowl XXXIX. In addition, they're not shy about collaborating with other artists. "We think we sounded pretty good!"

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