With all of the music that will be performed over the course of the Super Bowl, from the National Anthem, to “America The Beautiful” and the massive half time show featuring Shakira and Jennifer Lopez, it’s hard to not want all the high-powered performances recorded in one place.
The NFL realized the need for fans to have the exhibitions made public, and is planning to release all music (and video) created during the event via streaming services such as Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube shortly after they happen. For those looking to actually own what they see and hear during the broadcast, the Super Bowl LIV Live album will be available to pre-order and pre-save today through Apple Music.
The proceeds garnered from patriotic performances by Demi Lovato and Yolanda Adams will benefit the NFL’s newly-created Inspire Change grant program, focusing on lifting up organizations that work to create positive change in the areas of education and economic advancement, police-community relations, and criminal justice reform.
As for both Shakira and J.Lo, they will be making their Super Bowl halftime show debuts on Sunday (February 2nd) at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, where the San Francisco 49ers will square up against the Kansas City Chiefs.