Super Bowl 2024 Halftime Show Bingo Cards

February 2, 2024

Super Bowl LVIII is almost here! We think it’s adorable that the NFL throws a little football game around the biggest televised concert of the year. While we at the Great Pop Culture Debate podcast generally know nothing about sports (…sports?), we DO love a Super Bowl Halftime Show — in fact we did a whole episode devoted to them!

To celebrate r’n’b and pop sensation Usher in his Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show glory, we’ve made a set of bingo cards so you can play along at home while Mr. Raymond takes the stage and makes our television sets, well, “Burn.”

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Below find 10 different bingo cards filled with options that will likely happen during Usher’s Super Bowl 2024 Halftime set. Print them out (a full set of PDFs can be found at the bottom of this page), pick your favorite, and then mark off the spaces as the events unfold on your TV screen. Did you get a BINGO? Let us know by tagging us on social media:

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2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show Feat. Usher Bingo Cards

NOTE: Each of the 10 cards is different, with roughly 40 phrases randomized. For a printable PDF of the full set, scroll to the bottom.

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Julia
Julia
3 months ago

There was a distinct lack of rockers in your bracket. The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, and Tom Petty all clocked in with great shows. And lest we forget the backdrop of name of all those who died in 9/11 while U2 played “Where the Streets Have No Name.” Respect. Having said that, Prince and Gaga in the final 2 was fair.