Super Bowl LV is right around the corner. The NFL is gearing up for the festivities. Recently, they announced that Miley Cyrus will headline their TikTok Tailgate pregame show. The guest list for that party is pretty exclusive. However, you can join the celebration remotely on the NFL’s TikTok.
The pregame show will feature two hours of live content that you can’t find anywhere else. During the show, fans will see special NFL guests, TikTok creators, surprise musical guests, gameday cooking segments, and more. Miley Cyrus will close the show with her performance. Cyrus’ latest album “Plastic Hearts” dropped last November. So, there is a good chance that fans will get to hear a portion of that album during the show.
.@mileycyrus will be at Super Bowl LV to perform at the first-ever #TikTokTailgate – the NFL’s pregame event for the 7,500 vaccinated health care heroes who have been invited to attend #SBLV— NFL (@NFL) January 24, 2021
Join the tailgate FEB 7 at 2:30 PM ET on @tiktok_us & @CBS! pic.twitter.com/oMkQnnwBEM
The live TikTok broadcast kicks off at 2:30 pm EST on February 7th. All you have to do is go to the NFL’s official TikTok account and get comfortable. The whole show will stream on the social media app. There is some good news for those who don’t want to use TikTok. Part of Miley Cyrus’ performance will be broadcast on TV as part of the CBS Super Bowl LV Pregame Show.
Miley Cyrus Will Perform for Frontline Heroes
The NFL invited the whole world to stream their pregame show. They want all football fans to feel included in the party. However, the actual guest list for the event at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa is very exclusive. The NFL has invited 7,500 vaccinated frontline healthcare workers to attend the show in person. These honored guests will get to see the show as well as the big game for free. They make up about one-third of the audience expected to be in attendance for Super Bowl LV.
Many organizations have looked for ways to honor frontline healthcare workers. During the pandemic, the world recognized the importance of these healthcare workers. Now more than ever, they put their lives on the line just by clocking in. Over the past year, they have worked hard to save lives. Often doing so with limited supplies and space. The NFL is taking this opportunity to give back in a big way. They’re hooking frontline workers up with free Super Bowl tickets as well as a free Miley Cyrus show.
According to USA Today, most of the 7.500 healthcare workers will come from hospitals and clinics in the Tampa area. Each NFL team also selected healthcare workers from their home state to attend the event as well.