Tiesto ‘Forced’ To Pull Out of Super Bowl Gig Over A ‘Family Emergency’

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DJ Tiesto has officially exited the Super Bowl schedule for performances after a "personal family emergency." The Dutch producer was booked for a pre-game set and then multiple sets during breaks. He announced the emergency on X today and said it was a "tough decision" for him and his team.

Tiesto's fans reacted to his tweet with sadness and understanding of the situation and wished him and his family well.

Despite Tiesto dropping out of the event, many celebrity DJs and artists are still scheduled to perform in Las Vegas and the Super Bowl's lineup of events.

Tiesto Dropped Out Of The Super Bowl DJ Set

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Tiesto will not be performing at the upcoming 2024 Super Bowl. The Dutch DJ was getting ready to be the first ever in-game DJ at the football championship game, but a "personal family emergency" has ruined those plans.

Earlier today, he took to X, formerly Twitter, to announce that he won't be playing anymore. The tweet read, "Me and my team have been preparing something truly special for months, but a personal family emergency is forcing me to return home Sunday morning."

Tiesto further explained in his tweet that choosing to drop out of the schedule was a "tough decision" for him and his team, but "family always comes first." He added, "Thank you to the NFL for the collaboration, and looking forward to working with them to deliver something incredible together in the future!"

Tiesto Was Meant To Play During Breaks

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Tiesto was scheduled to perform multiple times for the Super Bowl events. This includes the pre-game set on February 11th and during game breaks at the Super Bowl itself. Portions of his performance were also to be broadcast during the Super Bowl LVIII broadcast on CBS and available for livestream on his personal social channels.

With Tiesto's exit from the schedule, it's not clear whether the Super Bowl planners have another DJ lined up to replace him. It's also unclear whether Tiesto will still appear at his scheduled performances for tonight and tomorrow at the Brooklyn Hangar.

Our sources say the famous DJ will still perform multiple times in Las Vegas, with the biggest being LIV nightclub inside the Fontainebleau Hotel on Saturday. He is only missing the big game on Sunday.

Fans Reacted To Tiesto's Shocking News On X

Many of Tiesto's fans reacted to his announcement on X with their devastation at him having to drop out. One tweet read, "Dang, you were the only part I was looking forward to! Thoughts with you and your family bro!"

A tweet by ItsPopRadio read, "Wishing all the best to Tiesto, who was set to be the first-ever Super Bowl in-game superstar DJ." Another fan wrote, "Take care, safe travel home, and everyone has u and ur family in their thoughts."

Many more fans shared messages of prayers and support to Tiesto and his family, wishing them well through the emergency situation. One such tweet read, "Thinking of you and your family. Family first always."

There Are Many Music Stars Scheduled To Perform At The Super Bowl

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Aside from Tiesto, there's a roster of DJs scheduled to perform in Las Vegas ahead of the Super Bowl. This includes stars like The Chainsmokers, Zedd, and lllenium, who will play in multiple of the biggest clubs across the city this weekend and the next.

The Super Bowl itself also has pretty big names lined up for performances, with Usher headlining the halftime show.

Reba McEntire is also scheduled to sing the National Anthem at the pre-game, and Post Malone will sing "America The Beautiful." Andra Day is also expected to perform "Life Every Voice and Sing."