Super Bowl 2024: How to watch the Chiefs v. 49ers

Super Bowl LVIII signage is seen outside of Allegiant Stadium

Super Bowl LVIII signage is seen outside of Allegiant Stadium on in Las Vegas on Feb. 7. (Rob Carr/Getty Images)

On Sunday the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs will take on the San Francisco 49ers at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas for Super Bowl 58. The Chiefs and the 49ers faced off four years ago, when Kansas City became champions for the first time in 50 years. San Francisco last won in 1995 against the San Diego Chargers.

A few key things and fun facts to know before the game

Whether you’re curious, or you’re looking to impress your friends at your Super Bowl gathering, here are a few things that make this year’s game unique:

The firsts:

The people:

The money:

The weird, wild and wonderful:

Who are you rooting for?

The Kansas City Chiefs!

Head to KCUR Kansas City for all best experience for Chiefs super fans!

The San Francisco 49ers!

Head to KQED for all things 49ners!

Not sure who you’re cheering for this year?

Here for the commercials, the half time show and the food?
We’ll be here to keep you updated on the biggest moments of the game, the commercials and the halftime show, plus all the action happening in the stands, in the suites, at watch parties and around the country.

How to watch and stream the Super Bowl

Day: Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024

Time: 6:30 p.m. ET/3:30 p.m. PT

Where to watch: CBS and streaming on Paramount+

Who’s performing at the Super Bowl

Before the game: Country music star Reba McEntire will sing the national anthem, Oscar nominee Andra Day will perform “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” and Post Malone will sing “America the Beautiful.”

Halftime performer: Usher, baby! Following his own Vegas residency, which ran from summer 2022 through last December, his halftime set at this year’s Super Bowl will also launch a new album called Coming Home, his first solo record in more than seven years. You can also watch his Tiny Desk concert, home of the “watch this” meme.

But wait, there’s more! For the first time there will be an in-game DJ. The NFL announced that Tiësto will perform a DJ set before the game while the players warm up and fans arrive. He will then stay as the in-game DJ and play during featured breaks.

Will be updating this page with the latest coverage throughout the day Sunday, so feel free to pop back for more throughout the game!

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