The second-annual Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest is in the books and it was an incredible three nights at AmericanAirlines Arena.
Stars walked the red carpet and fans of all genres took in outstanding performances from some of the biggest names in music.
The EA SPORTS Bowl kicked off the concert series in Miami and it was a star-studded affair. Some of football’s best walked the carpet before the event, and once inside, fans and stars alike watched some of the major names in hip-hop perform their hits. Headliner DJ Khaled followed Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby and Meek Mill with surprise after surprise, bringing out Lil’ Wayne, Rick Ross, Trick Daddy, Fabolous and many more much to the crowd’s delight.
On Super Friday, two epic acts hit the AAA stage in Snoop Dogg and Guns N’ Roses. The Dogfather opened, putting on a 45-minute set that featured some of his biggest hits and he was joined on stage by Pharrell towards the end of his show. Then, it was legendary hard rock Guns N’ Roses performing for the first time this decade in a nearly three-hour performance that brought down the house. GNR played their biggest hits, paid tribute to Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant and all those affected in the helicopter crash before Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door, and brought the crowd into a frenzy with Welcome to the Jungle and masterful solos from Slash, Duff and the entire Guns N’ Roses crew.
Newly minted Grammy winners Dan + Shay opened for pop-rock superstars Maroon 5 on Saturday, with both acts walking the red carpet prior to the Super Bowl Eve show. The duo was fantastic in their set which featured a surprise cameo from Demi Lovato on the song Speechless. Maroon 5 brought the energy in a 90-minute performance that had the crowd on its feet the entire time. The band played their biggest hits, honored Kobe, Gigi, the Altobelli family and others during the song Memories, and looked to gain steam as the show went on. Adam Levine even mentioned to the crowd how excited the group was to be performing for fans away from the craziness of the Super Bowl halftime show.
It was an electric three nights of music that appealed to a huge group of fans from all over the world. More than 35,000 people were in the house over the course of the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest and everyone looked like they left happy. With Guns N’ Roses, Maroon 5, Snoop Dogg, DJ Khaled, Dan + Shay, Meek Mill and more, we understand why.