Lady Antebellum, Tyler Farr Set for 2017 Super Bowl Pre-Game Party
Lady Antebellum and Tyler Farr are both getting in on the action at Super Bowl LI. The country stars will perform at an exclusive pre-game party prior to the Super Bowl on Feb. 5 at NRG Stadium in Houston.
Farr and Lady A will join rock band O.A.R. at a pre-game event hosted by the NFL’s official hospitality sponsor, On Location Experiences. The party will also feature world-class cuisine and appearances by NFL alumni, coaches and the Houston Texans cheerleaders. Packages to attend the pre-game party and information about more exclusive perks are available at NFLOnLocation.com.
"The Super Bowl is one of my favorite traditions, so having the opportunity to participate with the NFL and On Location Experiences is an honor," Farr says in a press release. "I am excited to warm up the crowd for the game with my friends Lady Antebellum and O.A.R."
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The Atlanta Falcons will face the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LI, which makes the event even more exciting for Lady Antebellum singer Charles Kelley. The Georgia native named the Falcons as his favorite team, and he will be on hand to personally witness his home state heroes play in football's most important game, as well as getting to take part in the festivities with his bandmates.
“I think it’s a no-brainer for any artist to immediately say ‘yes’ when you’re asked to play at Super Bowl events,” Kelley says. “We are looking forward to heading down to Houston in a couple weeks to play.”
Fans who attend should have some new music to hear. Lady A are set to release a new album, Heart Break, on June 9, and they debuted a few new songs during a recent Facebook Live event. Their upcoming You Look Good Tour will include a special tour stop when they perform at WE Fest 2017 in August.
Farr is also working on new music, and he debuted a new song titled "Our Town" in September of 2016.
Luke Bryan is also set to perform at the Super Bowl, where he will sing the National Anthem before the big game.
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