Super Bowl 2020 Performers List, Show Timings, and How to Watch Online

Superbowl 2020 halftime is going to be amazing with explosive performances from the biggest names in the music industry. While everyone is excited for the Kansas City Chiefs vs San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl LIV final game, a lot of audiences just tune in for the halftime shows and advertisements.

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will be taking the center stage along with other performers in the 2020 Super Bowl. Here are more details on Super Bowl 2020 halftime show list of performers, timings, and how to watch online the event?

Super Bowl 2020 Halftime: Who are the Performers?

Super Bowl 2020 Halftime Who are the Performers

Jennifer Lopez and Shakira are the main performers of the Super Bowl LIV halftime show. The leading ladies will take over from Maroon 5, Travis Scott and Big Boi who performed in the Super Bowl 2019. J-Lo is expected to perform on “If You Had My Love,” “Let’s Get Loud,” and her most recent hit song “Baila Conmigo” during Super Bowl halftime show.

Meanwhile, Shakira could open with “Hips Don’t Lie” along with songs from El Dorado, She Wolf and Dare album. Since both Lopez and Shakira are Latina, there could easily be some Spanish songs from ‘La Tortura to Dinero’ in the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show.

Super Bowl 2020 Show Timings and Stream Online

Super Bowl 2020 Show Timings and Stream Online

Super Bowl 2020 performances will start about an hour after the kickoff for the Chiefs vs 49ers game. Even though the game timings are given as 6:30 pm EST, the actual play will start at around 7:00 pm. It means that the Super Bowl halftime show at around 8 pm EST / 5 pm PST / 1 am GMT and could last for 10 to 20 minutes including a mega-setlist, potential surprise guests, and a whole concert’s worth of choreography.

Everyone wants to catch the action straight from Miami and here are the best ways to stream the Super Bowl 2020 halftime show performance from anywhere in the world and watch online the event.

  • US – Fox
  • UK – BBC One
  • Australia – ESPN
  • Canada – DAZN, CTV 2 and TSN 4
  • France – TF1
  • Africa – Super Sports and Zuku
  • India – Sony Ten and Sony Six 
  • China – Fox Sports and BesTV.
  • Switzerland and Germany – SAT 

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