Foo Fighters, the Roots and Imagine Dragons were officially announced among performers of Bud Light Hotel's Super Bowl weekend, scheduled to take place in a cruise ship docked on the Hudson River. As Rolling Stone reports, the Foos will hit the stage on February 1, a day before the big match, alongside Zac Brown Band. The entire event will kick off on January 30 with the Roots paying tribute to NY hip-hop alongside Run-DMC, Busta Rhymes and more. Imagine Dragons will perform on January 31, whereas the festivity will be closed with a pre-Super Bowl concert headlined by Fall Out Boy and country star Jake Owen. As for other Super Bowl-related events, Red Hot Chili Peppers are set to headline WFAN's pre-Super Bowl bash. Finally, the big halftime show will be headlined by Bruno Mars. Back to the Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl and co. are currently busy working on a new album. According to the latest reports, the record has "a bigger theme" to it and will be done in an unprecedented manner. "There's a bigger theme to the record than any other Foo Fighters record," Grohl told Sopitas. "Not a musical, and it's not an opera, but there's a reason why we're making it this way. No one's ever done it."
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