From legendary bands to solo rockers, these halftime spectacles have electrified audiences and become iconic moments in Super Bowl history.
The Who (2010, Super Bowl XLIV)
The Who, with their timeless rock anthems and boundless energy, brought the house down during the halftime show of Super Bowl XLIV. Roger Daltrey’s powerful vocals and Pete Townshend’s electrifying guitar riffs captivated the audience as they performed classics like “Baba O’Riley,” “Pinball Wizard,” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again.” The band’s dynamic stage presence and unmistakable sound made this performance a standout in Super Bowl halftime history.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (2009, Super Bowl XLIII)
In 2009, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band delivered a high-octane performance that perfectly captured the spirit of rock and roll. Springsteen’s magnetic stage presence and raw energy, coupled with the band’s tight musicianship, made for an unforgettable show. From Born to Run to Glory Days, the Boss had the crowd on their feet, proving why he’s one of the greatest performers of all time! Check it out here: (2) Bruce Springsteen – Superbowl Halftime Show HD 2009 XLIII NFL – YouTube
Prince (2007, Super Bowl XLI)
Prince’s halftime performance at Super Bowl XLI is often hailed as one of the greatest in the history of the game! Taking the stage in the pouring rain, Prince delivered a show-stopping performance that showcased his unparalleled talent as a musician and showman. With his virtuosic guitar solos, soulful vocals, and electrifying stage presence, Prince wowed the audience with hits like Purple Rain, Let’s Go Crazy, and Baby I’m a Star, leaving a lasting impression on football fans everywhere. Check it out here: Video | Facebook
The Rolling Stones (2006, Super Bowl XL)
No list of iconic rock performances at the Super Bowl would be complete without mentioning The Rolling Stones’ electrifying halftime show at Super Bowl XL in 2006. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, and the rest of the band brought their trademark swagger and rock ‘n’ roll attitude to the stage, delivering a set filled with classic hits that had the crowd roaring with excitement. From Start Me Up to Satisfaction, The Rolling Stones proved why they’re considered one of the greatest rock bands of all time, leaving an indelible mark on Super Bowl history! With Jagger’s dynamic stage presence and Richards’ iconic guitar licks, The Rolling Stones showed that even after decades in the industry, they still know how to rock the house and command the attention of millions of viewers worldwide.