Five Country Artists We’d Like To See Headline the Super Bowl

Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood; Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images
Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood; Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images
Miranda Lambert, Carrie Underwood; Photo by Larry Busacca/Getty Images

The NFL just announced that Jennifer Lopez and Shakira will headline the halftime performance at Super Bowl LIV, taking place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami on Feb. 2, 2020.

While it’s amazing to see two powerful females headline the biggest sporting event of the year, it’s a bit disappointing that another year is passing without a country artist getting a chance to perform at halftime.

So listen up, NFL! Here are five country artists we would like to see headline the Super Bowl. Please take note for 2021.

Carrie Underwood; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Carrie Underwood; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

Carrie Underwood

This is a no-brainer. Underwood has a long-standing relationship with the NFL and Sunday Night Football. She should get a chance to headline the halftime show!

Kenny Chesney; Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images for CMT
Kenny Chesney; Photo by Erika Goldring/Getty Images for CMT

Kenny Chesney

The man sells out NFL stadiums summer after summer. Why not give him a headlining slot?

Luke Bryan; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Luke Bryan; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

Luke Bryan

With 23 No.1 singles to his name and a successful run as a judge on American Idol, Luke Bryan is a household name at this point. Who wouldn’t love to see him bring a little country to the big game?

Eric Church; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Eric Church; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

Eric Church

He’s a little country, a little rock ‘n’ roll and a whole lot of badass. He would throw one heck of a Super Bowl party on that stage!

Miranda Lambert; Photo by Andrew Wendowski
Miranda Lambert; Photo by Andrew Wendowski

Miranda Lambert

She’s known for her feisty performances. We’d love to see her bring a little sass to the Super Bowl stage!