Seal and Sam Hunt Are the Newest Performers Set to Sing at the 2016 Super Bowl Tailgate Party

The singers join the list of A-list musical stars scheduled to appear during the live telecast

By Samantha Schnurr Feb 03, 2016 5:06 PMTags
Seal, Sam HuntJason Merritt/Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images

Turn your "speakers" up because Sam Hunt is officially set to sing at the Super Bowl. 

The NFL and CBS announced Wednesday that the Grammy-nominated country music newcomer will get America hyped up during the Super Bowl 50 Tailgate Party. The show will take place at the Levi's Stadium in Calif. on Sunday.

His performance is sure to be "kissed by a rose," as music veteran Seal will also take the stage as another headliner of the concert before the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers officially kick off in the game of their careers. 

The gentlemen are the latest names to join the list of A-list stars scheduled to appear on the stage throughout the national event. 

In addition to Seal and Hunt, Coldplay will headline the halftime show along with an appearance by Beyonce. Confirmed just a day ago, Lady Gaga will also show her American pride as the game's National Anthem singer while Marlee Matlin will also perform the National Anthem in American Sign Language. 

It's shaping up to be one of the impressive Super Bowl musical lineups to date. With more than 118 million viewers expected, it seems there will be plenty to feast our eyes–and our ears—on come Sunday night.