Beyoncé, Coldplay & Bruno Mars Perform At Super Bowl 50 Halftime

blame it on Patrick Glynn February 7, 2016

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After a defensive-filled first half during Super Bowl 50, the Panthers and Broncos took a little break to allow 100 million-plus people watch Beyoncé, Coldplay and Bruno Mars perform some notable tunes.

Coldplay took the stage to perform “Viva La Vida” (don’t you dare try and tell me those kids were really playing the violin), “Paradise” and “Adventure Of A Lifetime” before Bruno Mars joined the experience with Mark Ronson to play “Uptown Funk.” (Yes, that song came out over a year ago.)

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After the two opening acts had their time, Queen Bey hopped on to perform “Formation” — which dropped the day before the game — later joining it with a melody of Bruno’s “Uptown Funk.” Coldplay officially closed out the halftime show with “Fix You” cut with a visual montage of previous Super Bowl halftime performances as Bruno, Beyoncé and crowd of kids came to sing along.

At the very end, Beyoncé announced a world tour, The Formation World Tour, with tickets set to go on sale Tuesday.

Watch the performance below.