When Is Super Bowl 58 Halftime Show? Date, Time, TV Channel, and More

When will Usher take the Allegiant Stadium stage? And will fans only need CBS, or will they have a bevy of streaming options? Here's how to watch the halftime show.

Millions upon millions of fans will be making sure their television screens or mobile apps are dialed in on the Super Bowl between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.

There will be a population of fans, though, looking more forward to R&B icon Usher taking the stage once both teams are off the Allegiant Stadium field in Las Vegas.

Which raises the question: How will fans get to watch the multiple Grammy-winning singer once halftime arrives?

Ways To Watch Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime Show

The game itself will be set for a 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT) kickoff.

However, Usher won’t hit the stage until after the second quarter ends — which could mean 90 minutes after the opening kickoff or two hours when he does make his way onto the field.

Regardless, he will not be the opening act for Super Bowl 58 once the opening kickoff ensues. Instead, he will have the middle of the game all to himself and whoever shows up as guests of his.

But for fans aiming to become dialed in for his show, how can they watch Usher perform his list of hit music at Allegiant Stadium? Here are the viewing options:

How To Watch Usher at Halftime

Start time: Approximately between 8 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. ET (5 p.m. or 5:30 p.m. PT).

Channels: CBS and Nickelodeon

Streaming options: Paramount+ (subscription needed for first-time users), Hulu + Live TV, NFL+, and FuboTV (subscription also needed).

Regarding the streaming options, Paramount+ will offer a free seven-day trial for first-time subscribers who have never looked into the service. After the seven days, the billing cycle goes to $5.99 per month. There’s also an offered bundle package alongside Showtime that can run to $11.99 every month. Fans can also get Paramount+ via the Walmart+ app — as the shopping subscription service offers Paramount+. The Walmart+ app has an annual fee of $98.

FuboTV, like Paramount+, offers a free seven-day trial and is widely popular with live sporting events. FuboTV can cost up to $80 per month if fans turn to its Pro Tier option following the free trial period.

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Hulu + Live TV offers an option to watch the halftime show. Like the aforementioned streaking services, Hulu can bundle with other options — particularly ESPN+ and Disney+. Hulu is priced at $77 with the bundle.

Finally, fans who prefer to watch Usher perform right through their phones can turn to the NFL+ app. That service charges $7 per month. However, NFL+ is currently offering an annual subscription at 60% off the regular rate — which will get fans to pay just $20 for a yearly subscription.

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