Inside Super Bowl's Biggest Concerts With Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani, Justin Bieber and More

The biggest musical acts are coming to Los Angeles to perform during Super Bowl 2022 weekend. Go inside the hottest concerts as part of E!'s Backstage Pass,

By Mike Vulpo Feb 12, 2022 6:47 PMTags
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Congratulations! You just scored a backstage pass to the hottest tickets in town.

After COVID-19 put a pause on live entertainment, your favorite artists are ready to hit the road and entertain audiences safely with brand-new tours and experiences. And regardless of where you are, we're offering an all-access ticket to every must-see concert of the year. Welcome to E!'s Backstage Pass.

Forget about the big game! The hottest tickets in town are the Super Bowl weekend concerts. 

Before the Los Angeles Rams and Cincinatti Bengals face off for the biggest football game of the year, Hollywood is hosting its fair share of star-studded parties with music's biggest stars.

On Feb. 11, the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival brought Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani together for one special concert. "It's Super Bowl weekend. This is crazy," Blake shared with the crowd inside Arena. "Who the hell had the idea for me to go on after Gwen Stefani? My god. The rest of the show is going to suck based on what you experienced."

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As for Gwen, she had her own fun when performing a mix of her solo hits and No Doubt classics. "Poor Blake, he has to go after me," she joked. "But I know it's my job to get you really fired up." 

Across town, Justin Bieber performed his biggest hits in front of a star-studded group including Khloe Kardashian, Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber at HOMECOMING WEEKEND hosted by The h.wood Group & REVOLVE. 

"Justin really gave it his all and was dancing and truly trying to vibe with the crowd," an eyewitness told E! News. "He was really into it. He was jumping all over stage and the crowd was going wild." 

For those who didn't score an invite, you're in luck! Gain inside access to the hottest concerts below


Justin Bieber and Hailey Beiber were just some of the famous faces who watched the rapper perform his biggest hits including "God's Plan" and "One Dance." at night two of Revolve x H.Wood's Homecoming Super Bowl party produced by Uncommon Entertainment. As a surprise, Drake brought out special guest Future. "They were really hyped to be performing," an eyewitness said. 

The Chainsmokers

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Miley Cyrus

It's a party in the USA! The "We Can't Stop" singer performs onstage during night three of the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival at Arena. 

Joe Jonas

Kygo brought out Joe and the rest of DNCE to perform their hit songs together including "Cake by the Ocean" and "Dancing Feet" at ABG Entertainment and Talent Resources Sports' Sports Illustrated The Party x Palm Tree Crew. 

Dustin Lynch

After the release of his new album Blue In the Sky, the country singer got into "Party Mode" by performing his hits at a private Super Bowl party. "There's something about the Super Bowl," Dustin told E! News. "I didn't realize growing up just the events that surround this whole week and how much music is involved. It seems like every event has some sort of appearance or somebody is playing music. I'm going to be out there. We've got a couple of private events. We're doing an album release party as well." 


All hands on deck for the singer as she performs at Rolling Stone Live, in partnership with Coinbase, at Academy LA. 

Megan Thee Stallion

Hot girl Super Bowl! The rapper performs during Michael Rubin's 2022 Fanatics Super Bowl Party. 

Justin Bieber

Around 11:30 p.m. on Feb. 11, the Grammy winner entered the stage with his band to perform hits including "Ghost," "Baby" and "Peaches." Olivia Jade, NFL player Danny Amendola, Bachelor Nation's Dylan Barbour and Hannah Godwin and Chrishell Stause were all spotted singing along during Revolve x H.Wood's Homecoming Super Bowl party presented by PLACES.CO and 

Blake Shelton

"I came here for two reasons," The Voice coach declared at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival. "To play country music and drink." 

Gwen Stefani

During her performance, the No Doubt singer performed her biggest hits including "Rich Girl," "Cool," "Hollaback Girl" and other fan favorites. "I feel like all these years we've shared songs together," she told the crowd. "We're one big family." 

Mickey Guyton

Just days before delivering the National Anthem at Super Bowl 2022, the country singer kicks off night two of the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival. 

Lil Wayne

As part of Shaq's Fun House, former Los Angeles Lakers basketball player Shaquille O'Neal invited his closest friends to perform live for more than 5,000 music and sports fans at the Shrine Auditorium. 

DJ Diesel

Basketball legend by day and DJ by night! Shaquille O'Neal gets the crowd pumped during his Super Bowl party presented by FTX.


In her first concert in two years, the "Bad at Love" singer performed all her hits including "Without Me" and Colors" at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival. 

Machine Gun Kelly

To end his set at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival, the artist performed "Bloody Valentine" and even invited a fan up on stage to be slimed. Travis Barker and Willow also made special appearances during the show. 

John Mayer

As part of Sirius and Pandora's Super Bowl celebration, the Grammy winner took to the stage at the Hollywood Palladium to perform old and new hits including "Gravity," "Waiting on the World to Change," "Slow Dancing in a Burning Room" and "New Light." 

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Don't miss the 2022 Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 13 with kick-off starting at 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT on NBC and Peacock.