Maroon 5 will reportedly take the stage during halftime of Super Bowl LIII.
Maroon 5 will reportedly be the halftime performers at Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta next February, according to Variety. At last year's Super Bowl in Minnesota, which the Philadelphia Eagles won by defeating the New England Patriots 41-33, Justin Timberlake was the featured halftime performer.
Us Weekly spoke to a source earlier in the day who said, "The offer has been extended and they've pretty much accepted." The site also reports that the Super Bowl Halftime show has been a goal of Maroon 5 for quite some time. During an interview with Howard Stern in 2015, lead singer Adam Levine reportedly said that the band “actively want to play the Super Bowl.” He added that they’ve been on the short list of performers for a while.
Two of Maroon 5's biggest songs from 2018 “I Like It” and “Don’t Wanna Know," feature Cardi B and Kendrick Lamar, which leaves the door open for some special guest appearances at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on February 4.