Foo Fighters And Other Bands Set To Perform On Super Bowl Weekend

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Quite a lineup of musicians is being set up to play on a cruise ship during the weekend of the Super Bowl. Foo Fighters is one of the bands that have been selected to headline the event, and will play on the final day of the event, along with Zac Brown Band.

In addition to the Foo Fighters, other artists are set perform on the cruise including Imagine Dragons, The Roots, who will be joined by Run-DMC and Busta Rhymes.

It will be a big deal for all of the different musicians to be united in one place, and as they are playing during the weekend of the Super Bowl, they are guaranteed to bring in a large amount of fans.

A wide variety of music will be offered for fans to see, as these groups span from rock to rap to country to pop. This also marks the second time that Foo Fighters and Zac Brown Band have teamed up together, and so recently.

The bands will hit the stage on the Bud Light Hotel New York, a stage that will be docked at Pier 88 in Manhattan on the Hudson River. The Super Bowl will be played close by at MetLife Stadium in Rutherford, New Jersey.

Each of the concerts will lead up to the big event, the Super Bowl, which is being held on February 2nd. For the first time in history, the Super Bowl is scheduled to be played in a cold weather state without a dome.

The news of the snow is causing people to think about changing the date of the game because of the harsh and snowy weather conditions that are already being predicted, courtesy of the Farmer's Almanac.

The musical series will start off with The Roots on January 30th, followed by Imagine Dragons a day later. Foo Fighters will be the headliner, supported by Zac Brown Band. Bruno Mars is the musician scheduled to perform the halftime show at the Super Bowl.

In addition to the Foo Fighters, and the other musical guests that will be featured throughout the days leading up to the Super Bowl, the cruise ship will offer lodging for 4,000 guests in 1,900 staterooms for fans that wish to see their favorite musicians performing on a cruise ship.

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