Maroon 5 will perform at the Super Bowl halftime show


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According to Variety, the National Football League has settled on a Halftime Show performer for next year's Super Bowl, and that performer is Maroon 5. This follows an early report from Us Weekly, where a source told the publication the "offer has been extended and they've pretty much accepted".

The Super Bowl is set to take place on February 3 in Atlanta, Ga.

Maroon 5 continues the NFL's recent shift away from the classic rock acts that headlined numerous Super Bowls of the early aughts.

So, who could Maroon 5 bring out?

The band's touring schedule also has quite a convenient gap that would allow the group to perform at the Super Bowl.

Maroon 5 certainly has a number of chart-topping hits to get fans pumped for a potential performance. 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. He went on to say that they've been on the short list of performers for a while. And when they do, there's going to be some fun collaborations.

So, with no disrespect to Maroon 5, many people were wondering why an artist from Atlanta was not chosen to do the halftime show. They have the star power and the musical power to be the big event the Super Bowl halftime show demands.

And for those of you who don't think Maroon 5 is cool enough, or good enough, or too safe?

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