Koffee, Shenseea, Squash and Tosh Alexander are scheduled to represent Dancehall during this year's Super Bowl weekend at the inaugural VEWTOPIA Music Festival, which takes place January 31 to February 1 at 19101 NW 27th Avenue, Miami Gardens in Florida.
The Jamaican entertainers will join Cardi B, Chris Brown, Migos, Nicky Jam, Ty Dolla Sign, Megan Thee Stallion, DaBaby, Jeremih, Plies, and Safaree.
Featuring some of the biggest names in Pop, Hip Hop, Dancehall and Latin music, the VEWTOPIA Music Festival, a 14-hour musical experience of live performances, will serve as a prelude to the NFL Super Bowl game.
The event is billed as the biggest multi-cultural music festival in the world with more than 30 of the biggest artistes taking over Miami during the period.
Gates open at 3:30 p.m. and the concerts end at midnight on both days. Two-day passes starting at $149 at www.superfestmiami.com; 21 and over.
The 54th Super Bowl will take place on February 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
The honor of singing the anthem goes to pop star Demi Lovato while Shakira and Jennifer Lopez will perform during the Super Bowl Half-Time Show.
The singers appeared in a press conference today in Miami where they shared a few details with reporters, including subtle hints that the performance will in some ways honor the late Kobe Bryant.
“We'll all be remembering Kobe on Sunday and celebrating life and diversity in this country,” said Shakira.
“I'm sure he'd be very proud to see the message we are trying to convey on stage that day,” she added.
Koffee, who won the 2020 Grammy award for the Best Reggae Album, will also be performing at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, which is scheduled for April 10-19 at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California.