Maroon 5 Set to Headline the 2019 Super Bowl Halftime Show

American rock-pop Maroon 5 will face one of the most difficult challenges of his career; acting for more than 100 million people. According to Variety Adam Levine's band will head the 2019 Super Bowl part-time show. It is important to note that the news came from inside sources and was not confirmed by the National Football League or representatives of the band. .

This will be the first time that Maroon 5 is presented at one of the most watched television events in the world. They will have an arduous task of heading Justin Timberlake, headliner last year, whose part-time show attracted more than 106 million viewers in the United States alone. This is the reason why the band could choose to bring some guests to the show, which is not unusual for the main actors. Maroon 5 will have a lot of music stars to choose from, considering that they have made a series of collaborations in recent times, including "I like it", with Cardi B and "Do not Wanna Know", with Kendrick Lamar. [19659003] The NFL's decision to choose Maroon 5 as headliners for the 2019 Super Bowl part-time show is not surprising. The band enjoyed a great success in recent years and is probably considered a low risk solution by the organization, mainly because most of the other popular music stars already performed on the show.

Maroon 5 will perform at the half-time Super Bowl 2019 show fresh out of their new studio album, Red Pill Blues . The album debuted at number two in the US. Billboard 200 and had a strong commercial performance that pushed the total sales of the album of the band over 75 million, making them one of the best selling musical artists in the world.