As momentum builds for Super Bowl 50, the event’s host committee announced a series of upcoming free concerts happening in downtown San Francisco. Beginning Saturday, January 30, California-based rock musician Chris Isaak opens the series at 8pm, after the relighting of The Bay Lights and a fireworks display, concluding with R&B singer-songwriter Alicia Keys at 7pm on Saturday, February 6.
All of the concerts will take place at the City Stage inside a newly built fan village that will be set up along the Embarcadero called Super Bowl City. In between the opening and closing nights of the concert series, there will be three more free lives hows. Folk rock singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson will perform on Wednesday, February 3, country group The Band Perry will play on Thursday, February 4, and pop rock band OneRepublic will take the stage on Friday, February 5th.
The host committee urges concertgoers to arrive early and to take public transit to Super Bowl City.
In addition to the Super Bowl City free concert series, rapper and record producer Pharrell Williams will play a exclusive show at Pier 70 on Friday, February 5.
See our full list of Super Bowl 50 San Francisco Bay Area events.