Maroon 5 ‘Pretty Much Accepted’ Next Super Bowl Halftime Gig!

Maroon 5- Adam Levine Maroon 5 in concert at the Barclaycard Center Madrid Spain- 15 Jun 2015

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"It's a Super Bowl tradition to speculate about the performers for the Pepsi Halftime Show", the NFL's statement said.

The selection is hardly surprising, considering the NFL's penchant for successful yet nonthreatening middle-of-the-road acts in recent years.

So, of course, fans were not particularly pleased with the Maroon 5 report. If Variety's report is true, the Grammy-winning band will follow in the footsteps of Justin Timberlake, Bruno Mars, Beyonce and Katy Perry, who all have performed at recent Super Bowls. Even though the National Football League season has JUST started, Maroon 5 has reportedly been booked to perform at the big game.

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The big game will be played at Atlanta, Georgia's Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 3, 2019.

Adam Levine is going to the Super Bowl! Props to them for making it big and pumping out hit after hit.

Should those other artists have been chosen to headline over Maroon 5? But is there anyone on the planet who is even slightly psyched about a Maroon 5 halftime show? You can make that case, but think about this: Would they have the same worldwide appeal that this band does?

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And they've wanted to do this for years.

"We very actively want to play the Super Bowl". They have some big shoes to fill. "We think we sounded pretty good!"

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