DJ Tiësto, known for his legendary music, was scheduled to entertain at the NFL’s Super Bowl LVIII. However, the renowned DJ announced that he will not be performing due to a family emergency. In a statement shared on his social media, Tiësto expressed his regret at not being able to attend the event and thanked the NFL for the collaboration. Despite his absence, Tiësto hopes to work with the NFL to deliver an incredible performance in the future.
Tiësto was expected to bring his signature style and music to the Super Bowl, enhancing the in-stadium experience for fans. With over 36 million albums sold and 11 billion streams globally, Tiësto is recognized as one of the most important artists in electronic music. His absence at the Super Bowl due to a family emergency was a tough decision, reflecting his commitment to prioritizing family.
In the meantime, Usher has been announced as the artist who will keep the rhythm at halftime of the highly anticipated match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers. The halftime show is scheduled to begin at approximately 8:30 to 8:45 pm ET, during which Usher will perform for approximately 13 to 15 minutes.
Fans were disappointed to hear that Tiësto would not be able to perform, but they can still look forward to an electrifying halftime show by Usher. Despite the setback, the NFL is working to ensure that the Super Bowl LVIII remains an unforgettable experience for fans around the world.