Burna Boy, Tems, and Rema are set to take over the 2023 NBA All-Star game halftime show with an Afrobeats-themed performance this Sunday (Feb. 19) night at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Alongside the Nigerian superstars, Post Malone will kick the event off with a medley of hits, Jewel will perform the National Anthem, Jully Black will sing the Canadian national anthem, and Vin Diesel will welcome fans and introduce the players of the evening prior to tip-off. After the performance, the NBA will also honor LeBron James for becoming the league’s all-time scoring leader two weeks ago. The 72nd NBA All-Star Game is set to happen at 8:30 p.m. ET and it will air LIVE on TNT.
Before the big performance on Sunday, the NBA will host a number of events, including Friday’s (Feb. 17) Ruffles Celebrity Game. Janelle Monae, 21 Savage, Cordae, Ozuna, Kane Brown, and Nicky Jam are among the many musicians that will play this year. On Saturday (Feb. 18), Creed III starts Michael B. Jordan and Jonathan Majors will also be in attendance to welcome fans to State Farm All-Star Saturday Night.
Last year, DJ Khaled performed at the halftime show and he brought out Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Lil Wayne, Migos, Lil Baby and Gunna.
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