The Super Bowl LV kicks off at 6.30pm ET / 3.30pm PT / 11.30pm GMT, and with the first half usually running at 90 minutes we can expect the halftime show to begin at approximately 8pm ET / 5pm PT / 1am GMT.
Who’s performing the 2021 Super Bowl halftime show?
The Weeknd will headline the Super Bowl LV Halftime Show on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021. The three-time Grammy award winner announced the news this past November.
How to watch a 2021 Super Bowl halftime show?
You can find out exactly how to find a Super Bowl 2021 live stream right here on SuperBowlDate.com, but if you just want to know how to watch the Super Bowl halftime show, you’ll find the latest information on broadcasts across the world right here.
In the US, you can watch the Super Bowl halftime show on CBS, and if the TV’s already booked you can live stream using CBS All Access as well. Not only that, but if you don’t already have CBS you can watch using a cable cutting subscription from the likes of FuboTV or Hulu instead.
It’s good news for UK NFL fans, you can watch the Super Bowl halftime show for free with BBC One’s coverage on the big night (or early morning). That means you can watch on TV, or through the iPlayer app. However, if you do have a Sky Sports subscription or a Now TV pass you can catch coverage there but remember you’ll be subject to ad breaks.
Rest of the world – If you’re looking for a Super Bowl halftime show live stream from outside the US or the UK, you can catch the full coverage through a range of services.
NFL fans will be able to watch the Super Bowl halftime show with a Foxtel subscription, potentially a Kayo Sports membership, or live on 7mate for free. viewers can find streams on ESPN with a Foxtel TV subscription or on 7mate. If you’re after a live stream in Canada, you’ll want to head over to DAZN, CTV or TSN.
At the time of writing, there are still plenty of some big NFL-loving territories that have yet to confirm broadcaster details. We’ll be sure to add them here as the information is revealed.