Rock band Coldplay will headline Super Bowl 50, multiple sources confirm to ET.
The Chris Martin-fronted rock band will perform during the NFL championship game's halftime show on February 7, 2016 in Santa Clara, California. Us Weekly first reported the news.
Bruno Mars, as reported in September, is also slated to take the stage as well.
Speculation is running wild with who else might be headlining during the big game as at least two more acts are expected to join the show. CBS is scheduled to make the formal announcement during tonight's game between the Green Bay Packers and the Detroit Lions
Mars' previous Super Bowl halftime performance in 2014 was the second most-watched of all time, drawing 115 million viewers, following only Katy Perry’s show in 2015.
Meanwhile, Coldplay's seventh studio album, A Head Full of Dreams, drops on Dec. 4, and features the Beyonce collaboration, "Hymn for the Weekend." Could that be a sign Queen Bey is a potential Super Bowl performer as well?!
"Bruno would love Beyoncé to perform again, but nothing has been said about that yet," a source told ET in October.
Super Bowl 50 will air Sunday, February 7, 2015 on CBS.