The Chainsmokers‘ exclusive one evening only performance at LA’s Hollywood Palladium on July 24 has some wondering whether the DJ duo has ‘something just like this’ in store for fans during the 2019 football season.
A part of Pepsi Co.’s Pepsi Generations Summer Music Campaign, Alex Pall and Andrew Taggart’s recent headlining show in The Golden State honored musical icons and past Pepsi commercial stars, Michael Jackson, Britney Spears, and Ray Charles. Special guests Kehlani and Max joined The Chainsmokers to deliver renditions of classics from the catalogues of each of the three celebrated artists, and as The Wrap Party Report speculated since, the magnitude of The Chainsmokers’ billing could indicate the pair’s potentiality to be Super Bowl 2019’s half time entertainment.
As The Wrap Party Report proposes, the NFL has selected the artists behind its half time show a halftime-by-committee process in past years, and could possibly tap The Chainsmokers for the 2019 responsibility if the NFL utilizes this method of entertainment election this year. The NFL customarily reveals the identity of the chosen performer in the opening weeks of the professional football season, meaning that a formal decision is due in the near future.
Dancing Astronaut has reached out to The Chainsmokers for comment, but for now, this is ‘all we know.’
Update: The Chainsmokers’ camp declined to comment.