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And the Super Bowl might not be the only time fans will watch Rihanna take on a major stage in 2023. Apart from being a possible Coachella headliner, Rihanna could be gearing up to hit the road for a stadium tour.
While nothing has been confirmed yet, Rihanna is indeed getting back to the music. After a six-year hiatus, the “drought” finally ended with “Lift Me Up,” which dropped last October. The lead song from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack landed Rihanna her first-ever Golden Globe nomination and could win the award at the ceremony next Tuesday (Jan. 10). “God be showing out,” the new mom tweeted last month in response to the Golden Globe nod. Meanwhile, Rihanna could also be up for an Oscar nod when nominations are announced later this month.
Despite commanding plenty of stages around the world, the Super Bowl will be her largest crowd yet. When TMZ caught up with the 34-year-old singer last October, she admitted to being “nervous but excited” about the performance.
Does Rihanna's Super Bowl Halftime Performance Mean a Tour Is Coming?
The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events of the year, watched by tens of millions of viewers, and despite being four months away, fans are scooping up tickets early. Super Bowl LVII will be held at the State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz., on Sunday, Feb. 12.
How to Watch the Super Bowl from Anywhere
This year’s Super Bowl will kick off at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT. The game and Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show will broadcast live on Fox and Fox Deportes. The halftime show typically starts between 8-8:15 p.m. ET/5-5:15 p.m. PT.
No cable? No worries! You can buy a TV antenna to access Fox and other local channels, if you don’t already have them through cable, satellite or streaming. The Super Bowl will likely be available on Fox.com in addition to the Fox Sports app and website, but you’ll need a TV provider log-in to stream live from your computer or another device.
Cord cutters can watch and stream the Super Bowl on Sling TV, Hulu + Live TV, DirectTV Stream, Fubo and other platforms for live TV that provide Fox and other channels. Most streaming packages include a free trial for up to a week, which means that you can watch the Super Bowl without necessarily spending anything (or very much) up front.
Super Bowl Tickets: Where to Buy
How much are Super Bowl tickets? Super Bowl tickets are notoriously high priced and typically cost around $4,000 to $5,000 on average, but you might have to do a little digging to find those prices right now.
Like with any large event, ticket prices can vary depending on demand and seat location, which means that you’ll probably have to comb through multiple ticket sites to score the best price. To save you some time, we did some of the searching for you.
Over at Ticketmaster, the official ticketing partner of the NFL, Super Bowl 57 tickets are split into five different packages, including the VIP on the Fifty with postgame field access packages, Club 57 with in-game hospitality, and the Touchdown Club and Champions package, which is described as a “championship-level” experience. Ticketmaster’s Super Bowl packages are currently priced at around $5,9000 up to $31,000.
Super Bowl tickets are also available on Vivid Seats, Stub Hub, Seat Geek and other resell sites. Prices start around $5,600 and go up to more than $23,000 at Vivid Seats. Tickets start at about $5,500 on StubHub and $4,852 on Seat Geek. Fans can also find Super Bowl ticket at Gametime for $4,545 and up.
Ready to see Rihanna in person? Purchase tickets to the 2023 Super Bowl via the link below.
Super Bowl LVII Tickets
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