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How to watch Super Bowl LVIII: Date, TV channel, location and more

Here's everything to know ahead of the 49ers-Chiefs showdown in Las Vegas

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Super Bowl LVIII in Sin City is inching closer.

This year's matchup features the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs in the first ever Las Vegas Super Bowl. It's a rematch of Super Bowl LIV four seasons ago, which the Chiefs won 31-20.

There's no shortage of storylines on and off the field. Between Patrick Mahomes chasing his third Lombardi Trophy, Brock Purdy trying to go from Mr. Irrelevant to Super Bowl champion and Taylor Swift traveling to watch Travis Kelce, Super Bowl LVIII is poised to be a memorable one.

Here's everything to know about this year's Super Bowl:

When is Super Bowl LVIII?

Super Bowl LVIII is set for Sunday, Feb. 11, 2024.

What time will Super Bowl LVIII start?

Kickoff time is set for 6:30 p.m. ET.

Where is Super Bowl LVIII?

Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, is the host for Super Bowl LVIII.

How to watch Super Bowl LVIII on TV

Super Bowl LVIII will be broadcast on CBS. Jim Nantz (play-by-play), Tony Romo (analyst) and Tracy Wolfson (sideline) will be on the call for their third Super Bowl together. Reporter Evan Washburn, reporter Jay Feely and rules analyst Gene Steratore will also join the broadcast.

Where to stream Super Bowl LVIII

Super Bowl LVIII will be available to stream on Paramount+.

Will Super Bowl LVIII be on Nickelodeon?

Along with Super Bowl LVIII being broadcast on CBS, there will be an alternate telecast on Nickelodeon, which will be a more family-friendly version featuring its popular slime and characters.

Who is the Super Bowl LVIII halftime performer?

Eight-time Grammy Award winner Usher is the headliner for the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show.

How much are Super Bowl LVIII tickets?

As of Jan. 29, the average ticket price to get into Super Bowl LVIII was $9,815, nearly double the $5,795 price to get into Super Bowl LVII last year.

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