When does the Super Bowl 2024 begin and end? Full schedule for the game on Sunday
When does the Super Bowl 2024 begin and end? Full schedule for the game on Sunday

The Super Bowl in 2024 is almost here. On Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers will play the Kansas City Chiefs in one of the most-anticipated Super Bowls in recent memory. The Kansas City Chiefs are trying to beat Christian McCaffrey and the San Francisco 49ers and become the first team in 20 years to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

This is a great time for fans to get ready for Super Bowl LVIII while Kyle Shanahan and Andy Reid work to make their teams’ plans and playbooks more precise. Whether you’re having the best Super Bowl LVIII watch party at home or at your favourite sports bar, you’ll want to know when the game starts, how long it lasts, and all the other details of the day so you don’t miss a single snap, pass, or play, or Usher’s smooth halftime show moves.

Learn about the whole history of Super Bowl LVIII by reading on.

When is the World Bowl in 2024?

This year’s Super Bowl will take place on February 11, 2024. It will stream live on Paramount+ and show live on CBS.

If you’re not already a Paramount+ member, you can try the streaming service for free for seven days. That means Paramount+ lets you watch the Super Bowl for free.

What time does the 2024 Super Bowl start?

Sunday at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT), the game is set to start. Before the game starts, there will be some NFL-style pomp and circumstance, such as country star Reba McEntire singing the national anthem. You should start watching at least 15 to 20 minutes early to see that performance, as well as “America the Beautiful” by Post Malone and “Lift Every Voice and Sing” by Andra Day.

For how long do most Super Bowls last?

With the halftime show, the average Super Bowl show over the last 20 years has been about three and a half hours long.

What time do you think the 2024 Super Bowl will end?

The 2024 Super Bowl will probably end around 10 p.m. ET, so people on the East Coast will be a little sleepy on Monday morning. More than one Super Bowl has been played, but this one has never gone into extra time. Almost every play in Super Bowl LI in 2017 went badly for the Atlanta Falcons. Instead, Tom Brady came back from being down 25 points to help the Patriots beat Matt Ryan’s Falcons in OT.

How long are every NFL quarter?

Quarters are the four 15-minute parts that make up an NFL football game. Halftime is the break between the first and second halves of the game.

In games, a quarter lasts 15 minutes, but in real life, it lasts a lot longer. That’s because the clock stops between plays when a pass is missed. You can also call timeouts, and there is a break at the two-minute warning. There are also advertising breaks that add to the real-time length of a quarter.

When does the halftime show happen?

Usher will be the main act at this year's Super Bowl halftime show. He can be seen here performing onstage during a taping of iHeartRadio's Living Black 2023 Block Party in Inglewood, CA.
Usher will be the main act at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show. He can be seen here performing onstage during a taping of iHeartRadio’s Living Black 2023 Block Party in Inglewood, CA.

For the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show, Usher will likely take the stage about 90 minutes to two hours after the game starts. Before 8 p.m. ET, you should make sure you don’t miss a minute of Usher’s grooves.

In case you’re asking how long Usher’s halftime show will last, a normal NFL halftime lasts 13 minutes. However, Super Bowl halftime lasts a little longer so that the stage can be set up and taken down. There won’t be much time for Usher to be on stage.

When is Super Bowl Sunday?

The times listed below are all Eastern.

Coverage of the Super Bowl 2024 pregame: From 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, CBS Sports will show seven hours of pre-game shows on CBS and Paramount+.

  • At 11:30 a.m. ET, “NFL Slimetime” hosts Nate Burleson and Young Dylan talk about the game ahead of time with interviews, picks, and highlights from the NFL.
  • At 12 p.m. ET, NFL Films’ yearly sports documentary “Road to the Super Bowl” will look back at the 2023–2024 NFL season. The one-hour movie shows more than 125 mic’d up times between NFL players and coaches before Super Bowl LVIII.
  • 1:00 p.m. ET: “You are Looking Live!”: The story of “The NFL Today” looks back on 50 years of NFL studio coverage, with talks with Brent Musburger and Jayne Kennedy, two original cast members who are still alive, as well as current TV stars.
  • At 2:00 p.m. ET, “The NFL Today” will air live from the Bellagio Hotel and Allegiant Stadium. Fans will be able to watch four hours of pregame footage before the game starts. Phil Simms, Bill Cowher, Nate Burleson, Boomer Esiason, JJ Watt, and lead NFL expert Jonathan Jones will join host James Brown on the show. Plus, Kyle Brandt, Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, Matt Ryan, Jason McCourty, and more will be giving their opinions.

Super Bowl 2024 start time and game schedule: Reba McEntire, Usher, Post Malone, and other artists will perform before the San Francisco 49ers play the Kansas City Chiefs at 6:30 p.m.

  • Post Malone is set to sing “America the Beautiful” at 6:10 p.m. ET, followed by Reba McEntire singing the national anthem. A singer named Andra Day will also sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Sharheem Sanchez, an actor, will also sign with Day. (Sanchez will also do Usher’s halftime show in American Sign Language.)
  • Super Bowl LVIII starts at 6:30 p.m. ET. There will be reporters Tracy Wolfson, Evan Washburn, and Jay Feely, as well as a rules expert named Gene Steratore. Jim Nantz and Tony Romo will be calling the game. Armando Quintero and Benny Ricardo talk about SAP on the Network in Spanish.
  • Around 8:00 p.m., the Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show will start. Usher, the famous singer, will take the stage and play a mix of his best songs.

CBS’s postgame broadcast of the 2024 Super Bowl includes the winners being given the Vince Lombardi Trophy. The action doesn’t stop when the game is over.

  • Around 9:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., postgame coverage starts. After the Super Bowl, “The NFL Today” team will talk about it, and Jim Nantz will give the Vince Lombardi Trophy to the winner.

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