Kane Brown is joining an all-genre lineup for the 2023 Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest early next year.

The country star will perform on Saturday, Feb. 11 — the last day in the three-day event — on a bill topped by pop rock act Imagine Dragons.

Taking place at the Footprint Center in Phoenix, Ariz., the Super Bowl Music Fest will feature three days of performances from entertainment A-Listers leading up to the big game. On Thursday, Feb. 9, rock trio Paramore will headline, with a yet-to-be-announced opening act; The headliner on Friday, Feb. 10 is the Dave Matthews Band, with an opening DJ set from Anderson Paak, who's going under the moniker DJ Pee .Wee for the occasion.

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Brown's enthusiasm for sports is well-documented. As a college football fan, he supports the Georgia Bulldogs, and his 2021 Blessed & Free Tour highlighted his love of basketball: The first-of-its-kind trek for a country artist made stops at all 29 NBA arenas across the U.S.

So far, Brown is the only country artist on the Super Bowl Music Fest bill. However, the event — now in its fourth year — has historically delivered some appearances from surprise guests, so it's possible he might not be the only performer from the format to make an appearance onstage. A press release announcing the lineup hints at some "surprise appearances by celebrities and athletes" in the works.

Tickets to the Super Bowl Music Fest go on sale on Friday, Dec. 2 at 10AM local time. Super Bowl LVII will take place Sunday, Feb. 12. For ticketing information to the big game, go here.

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