The event aims to get players and audiences warmed up before the game begins.

The tailgate party is set to occur on February 9, 2024, just two days before the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

The upcoming American football championship game of the National Football League will be hosted in Las Vegas.

The presence of the three rappers at the tailgate party is intended to uplift the Vietnamese community in the United States and help them immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the American sporting event, as the event coincides with Vietnam’s Lunar New Year holiday.

Lang LD, a rapper who gained fame through the TV show Rap Viet, a rap competition, expressed his honor to participate in the largest sporting event in the United States.

“Involvement in the show not only brings me joy, but also motivates young rappers to go further,” he said.

Lang LD plans to incorporate some elements of the countryside into his songs for the tailgate party.

“It will definitely be amazing to perform in Vietnamese at such a major international event,” he added.

The three rappers are already brainstorming ideas for their performances at the American event.

Blacka stated that he will perform some songs from his new album to please the audience.

Three rappers Blacka, De Choat, and Lang LD become famous after joining Rap Viet, a reality show for talented rappers. De Choat is the winner of the first season of Rap Viet. Photo: Duyen Phan / Tuoi Tre
Three rappers Blacka, De Choat, and Lang LD became famous after participating in Rap Viet, a reality show for talented rappers. De Choat is the winner of the first season of Rap Viet. Photo: Duyen Phan / Tuoi Tre

Singer Tuan Hung was the first Vietnamese artist to announce his participation in Super Bowl 2024 as a pre-show performer.

He confirmed his invitation to the Super Bowl Pregame Warm-Up on his Facebook account in mid-September.

The Vegas Super Bowl Pregame Warm-Up, scheduled for February 9, 2024, is expected to attract 10,000 attendees.

Super Bowl is not only a sporting event, but also a traditional cultural activity in the United States.

All Super Bowl-related events have high viewership, and their popularity is evident from the prices of advertisements.

In 2019, many brands had to spend $5.25 million to advertise for 30 seconds during the Super Bowl.