Grammy Winner Takes Center Stage

Reba McEntire, a celebrated Grammy winner, is set to perform the national anthem at Super Bowl LVIII, promising a soul-stirring rendition to kick off the event

50th Anniversary of a Milestone

This performance marks a special 50-year anniversary for McEntire, who was discovered while singing the national anthem at the National Finals Rodeo in 1974

A Triumphant Year for McEntire

Leading up to the Super Bowl, McEntire has had a successful year with the release of a new book and album, both titled "Not That Fancy"​

A Star-Studded Pregame Lineup

Alongside McEntire, Post Malone will perform "America The Beautiful," and Andra Day will present "Lift Every Voice and Sing," offering a diverse musical pregame show

A Nod to Inclusivity with ASL Performances

 American Sign Language interpretations will accompany each performance, including actor Daniel Durant for the national anthem, enhancing the event's inclusivity

McEntire's Las Vegas Connection

McEntire is familiar with Las Vegas, having had two residencies there, which adds a personal touch to her Super Bowl performance in the city

National Anthem: A Career Starting Point

 Interestingly, McEntire's career took off from singing the national anthem, which makes her performance at the Super Bowl a full-circle moment

Country Music's Representation at the Super Bowl

McEntire's selection continues the trend of country performers singing the anthem at the Super Bowl, following the likes of Chris Stapleton, Eric Church, and Mickey Guyton in recent years

A Celebrated Addition to the Super Bowl History

McEntire's participation adds to the historic nature of the event, as it's the first time the Super Bowl is being held in Las Vegas

Usher Headlines the Halftime Show

Adding to the excitement, R&B legend Usher is set to perform during the halftime show, promising a dynamic celebration of his musical legacy​