How to watch the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show 2023 with Rihanna
Please don't stop the music!
Rihanna's Apple Music Super Bowl 2023 halftime show was an awe-inspiring spectacle, fitting of the first-ever Apple-sponsored Super Bowl Halftime Show. While the Kansas City Chiefs lifted the Vince Lombardi trophy in an epic encounter fitting of the Super Bowl name on Sunday evening, for many the highlight of the show was halftime. If you missed Rihanna's live performance of all her classic hits, here's how to catch it on demand.
Who performed at the Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show 2023?
Rihanna made her long-awaited return to live events after a five-year on-stage hiatus. The 2023 Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show is the first stop before Rihanna heads out on her world tour.
How to watch the Rihanna Apple Music Super Bowl Halftime Show 2023
Rihanna's full Super Bowl 2023 Halftime Show performance is available on YouTube via the NFL channel (opens in new tab). Rihanna's performance includes hits like Umbrella, Only Girl in the World, and Diamonds.
Don’t have access to cable television and want to watch a full repeat of Super Bowl LVII? Want to use your iPhone, iPad, Mac, or Apple TV to watch the event? A TV streaming service, such as fuboTV or Sling TV is the way to go.
Like Apple TV Plus, these streaming services offer free trials and the option to cancel whenever you please, so you can watch the Apple Music Super Bowl 57 Halftime Show for no cost at all.
fuboTV Pro | Free for a week, then $74.99/month
The best option for watching the big game and most importantly, the Super Bowl Halftime Show is fuboTV. Thanks to the service’s 7-day free trial you can watch over 100 channels, including FOX, ABC, CBS, ESPN, and more for free. fuboTV is available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV seamlessly through the app and is your easiest way to check out the show.
Sling TV Blue | Over 40 live TV channels for $40/month
Sling TV is one of the most affordable live tv streaming services despite the lack of a free trial. For $40 a month not only can you check out the Super Bowl and Apple Music’s Super Bowl Halftime Show but you have access to a wide variety of other live channels too.
If you sign up just now, Sling TV is offering a 50% off promo on your first month.
Loads more Super Bowl festivities on Apple Music
Apple wants to make 2023's Super Bowl Halftime Show the biggest and best yet, so the company has put together some cool features and events on Apple Music that are available on-demand after the show is finished.
Apple Music Radio
- Halftime Hype Radio is “a 10-part series reflecting on some of the most notable Super Bowl Halftime performances of all time”
- Rihanna Revisited Radio is “an eight-episode roundtable exploring the cultural impact of the elusive singer’s catalogue”
- Live from Super Bowl LVII NFL Team Playlistsfeatures daily live broadcasts that capture all of the excitement in Arizona leading into the weekend with Apple Music Radio hosts Zane Lowe, Ebro Darden, and Nadeska Alexis, plus an array of surprise special guests
The fun on Apple Music Radio culminates on Monday, February 13 with “Halftime Recap Radio” celebrating Apple Music’s Super Bowl Halftime Show debut with all the highlights.
NFL Team Playlists
Last but certainly not least, there is an official collection of 32 playlists with the top songs from each NFL team's jukebox. If you’ve ever wanted to listen to your favorite player’s playlists then now is the time to get hyped up. Additional pregame moments will include exclusive warmup playlists curated by NFL players like Travis Kelce (Kansas City Chiefs), Stefon Diggs (Buffalo Bills), Trevon Diggs (Dallas Cowboys), Davante Adams (Las Vegas Raiders), and Dak Prescott (Dallas Cowboys).
There’s so much to still be excited for as Super Bowl 2023 weekend draws to a close with loads of on-demand content and Rihanna's full performance at the click of your fingertips. You'll be able to listen to the 14-minute mash-up on repeat until you're front row of her world tour.
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