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    When Is the Super Bowl in 2024? Super Bowl 58 Date, Time, Odds, More

    When is the Super Bowl in 2024? Here is everything you need to know surrounding Super Bowl 58 and its scheduled date.

    As the curtain officially closes on the 2023-2024 NFL season and we crown a new Super Bowl champion, all eyes turn to next season. When is Super Bowl 58? What are the date, time, and everything else important surrounding the big game in 2024?

    When Is the 2024 Super Bowl?

    • Date: Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024
    • Start Time: 6:30 p.m. (Unofficial)
    • TV Channel: CBS
    • Live stream: fuboTV, Paramount+

    Super Bowl 58 will be played on February 11, 2024. Although the time has yet to officially be announced, if the game follows suit with tradition, it will be played at 6:30 p.m. ET. With the extra week in the regular season, the Super Bowl will be played on the second Sunday in February for the third consecutive season.

    With FOX getting to showcase the big game this year, it will be the turn of CBS in 2024. That means, if nothing changes from now until then, we are likely going to hear Jim Nantz and Tony Romo on the call.

    Next year’s Super Bowl already has a home. Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada will get to host the big game. That means from February 2022 to February 2024, Las Vegas will have hosted two Pro Bowls, the NFL Draft, and now the Super Bowl. Due to the COVID season, the league gave the game to Allegiant Stadium and pushed New Orleans hosting the Super Bowl back by a year.

    Super Bowl 58 Odds

    The 2023-2024 NFL season has yet to start, but we already have Super Bowl 58 odds. These odds are accurate as of January 15. Keep in mind that they will likely change quite often throughout the offseason.

    • San Francisco 49ers (+185)
    • Baltimore Ravens (+275)
    • Buffalo Bills/Kansas City Chiefs (+600)
    • Detroit Lions (+1000)
    • Philadelphia Eagles (+1400)
    • Green Bay Packers/Houston Texans (+1100)
    • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+7500)

    These are the latest current odds as each team has remained in the NFL postseason.

    Who is Performing at Halftime of the Super Bowl?

    Eight-time Grammy-winning R&B legend Usher will provide the entertainment after halftime in Las Vegas.

    The singer/rapper plus actor who starred in 1998’s “The Faculty” and 2013’s “Scary Movie 5” has already dropped a teaser trailer of his upcoming halftime show on Jan. 14.

    Usher is known for Billboard hits like “Yeah!” featuring Lil’ Jon and Ludacris, “Love in This Club” alongside Young Jeezy, plus has sang slower tunes like his 1997 hit “Nice and Slow” and his 2004 smash “Let it Burn.” He also appeared on the Hamilton Mixtape soundtrack for the popular musical with his 2016 rendition of “Wait for it.”

    This will be the second time the 45-year-old Atlanta native will be on the big game stage. He was last seen performing his hit “OMG” alongside Hip-Hop super producer Will.i.am in the 2011 game played in Dallas — which had the Black Eyed Peas provide the halftime experience between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers.

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