The first-ever Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest brought large crowds of excited fans together for three days of fantastic performances leading up to Super Bowl LIII at State Farm Arena in Atlanta.
Atlanta’s Best represented the city’s long musical history at Thursday night’s EA Sports Bowl in a packed arena. Headliner Ludacris was joined by various Atlanta natives and hip-hop legends throughout the 90 minute set. Performers included Migos with Gucci Mane, Jermaine Dupri, Lil Yachty, Ciara, Lil Jon and more that brought a thrill and element of surprise to the night’s performances. The first night of the festival included hits like “Slippery” by Gucci Mane and Atlanta radio staples such as “Pipe it Up” and “Fight Night”.
Super Friday catered to fans of all music genres who gathered to rock out to chart toppers from Aerosmith and R&B artist Post Malone. Post opened for the rock band with hits such as “Candy Paint” and “Congratulations”. The singer surprised the crowd by welcoming Swae Lee up on stage to perform “Sunflower”, and prior to the show, some of our guests were given the opportunity to personally meet Post Malone before he hit the stage.
Post Malone’s set got the crowd amped for Aerosmith to bring down the house with classics such as “Dream On” and “Cryin”. They used every inch of the stage and proved that they can still keep up the energy. The band, originally from Boston, made sure to show off their hometown pride by slipping on Patriots jerseys and AFC Championship hats. Music went well into the night and fans left with memories of an unforgettable concert experience.
Saturday’s Bud Light Super Bowl Eve concert was unforgettable as Bruno Mars and Cardi B closed out the spectacular weekend with full sets that included many of their biggest tracks. Cardi was first to take the stage and our guests were right there as she gave a fantastic performance that included hits such as “No Limit”, “Bodak Yellow” and “I Like It”.
Bruno Mars began his performance around 11:00PM, starting out with his hit single, “Finesse”. Fans could not contain their excitement as they belted out Mars’ chart-topping hits like “24K Magic”, “Treasure”, and “Chunky”. Everyone celebrated late into the night, and the energy carried over to Super Bowl Sunday.