Miley Cyrus has been alive for about half of the Super Bowls that have ever been performed however her performance on the eve of the 56th was a complete time of the Super Bowl and even more.
Cyrus and mixed up music from 60s and 70s 70s and 90s, along with her own tracks at her performance at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest on Saturday night.
Miley Cyrus declares that she’s “scared” to be back performing after a long absence. Covid doubts that put her off performing for the majority of 2021. The singer took to the stage in her first appearance at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival on the weekend of Los Angeles, stopping her performance midway through to share the “honest moment” with the crowd.
“Standing up here right now, it doesn’t feel the same as if you would have come to see me three or four years ago,” she told her the crowd of around 15,000 at the Crypto.com Arena. “I’m just finding my feet along this platform again.”
“I know that all of us are going through that same experience,” she continued, “just trying to integrate the reality that was moving so quickly and so easily. Now what should be breathing, is now stressful and anxious and frightening. I’d like you to know” Cyrus said, “that although I’m here together with you all I’m just as nervous as everyone else about the direction the world is heading andwhat the future holds. However, the good news is that we’re not all alone,” she declared. “We’re all in this together.”
The 29-year old was co-headlining alongside Green Day on the third and final evening of the festival at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles approximately 10 miles (16 kilometers) from SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, in which players from the LA Rams play the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday.
The festival that takes place every year was also attended by Halsey, Machine Gun Kelly, Gwen Stefani, Blake Shelton and Mickey Guyton is known for the ability to bring together artists from all genres. However, Cyrus did it on her own, mixing pop and country as well as alternative rock and dance music.
The singer did the song of Nancy Sinatra’s “Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)” from 1966 — which was the year prior to it was the year that Green Bay Packers beat the Kansas City Chiefs in the first Super Bowl at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum as an introduction to her 2007 “See You Again.”
“I I hope that this show is an illustration of how you will never have to choose who you wish to be. You are able to be anything and everything,” Cyrus said as she wore a cowboy hat and threw on an enormous sportscoat over her futuristic Gucci tracksuit she took to the stage in. “You could appear ridiculous, as if you’re dressed in 3033 workout clothes and an oversized cowboy hat. That’s what I feel today.”
The show kicked off by performing her 2013 hit “We Can’t Stop,” which she mingled along with Pixies’ “Where Is My Mind” from 1988 which was the year Washington defeated Denver to win San Diego in the Super Bowl in San Diego.
The same trick was pulled during her second encore by blending the song “Wrecking Ball” with the Prince-penned Sinead O’Connor hit “Nothing Compares 2 U” from 1990, which was the year Joe Montana and the San Francisco 49ers defeated John Elway’s Denver Broncos.
The crowd was enthralled by the song by Madonna “Like a Prayer” from 1989 — the very last year that the Bengals played in the major game. It transformed back-up singers to a tiny gospel group.
She also mixed in music from Stevie Nicks and her godmother Dolly Parton, and closed the night with the fitting-for-Super-Bowl-weekend “Party in the USA.” Cyrus owns her own past along with that of her musical forbears.
Green Day’s members Green Day focused on their hit songs of the 1990s and the early 2000s. They kicked off with a lively song from the 2004 hit song “American Idiot.”
“Los Angeles!” lead singer and guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, who will turn 50 on Thursday, sang in the middle of her song. “Super Bowl!” he then yelled in the only mention that of the game throughout the night.
They brought their own take from 1966 by releasing an original cover from “I Fought The Law,” the most well-known version was released in the in 1966 by the Bobby Fuller Four.
The arena, which seats 20,000, Crypto.com Arena was nearly full throughout the three nights. Fans needed to present the proof of vaccination before they could get into the arena. Many discarded their masks when they entered into the main area.
The evening marked the conclusion of a week of Super Bowl festivities in the LA region hosted football for the very first time for over 30 years. It will feature its brand new stadium that is awe-inspiring and home team’s favorites.
Drake played the set across town within West Hollywood on the second night of the party dubbed by the name of “Homecoming Weekend.” Justin Bieber sang and danced at the beginning of the night. Also, John Mayer and Shaquille O’Neal each held their own shows earlier during the week.