Halftime Show Announced For Bills Thanksgiving Day Game
The Buffalo Bills are focused 100 percent on the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday at Highmark Stadium. However, Bills fans are always looking ahead to future games on the schedule and there's one game that fans are excited for.
For the third time in four years, the Bills will be playing on Thanksgiving Day.
The Bills have played in all three timeslots, too. They played the Dallas Cowboys at 4:30 pm ET in 2019, the New Orleans Saints at 8:30 pm in 2021 and now will play the Detroit Lions at 12:30 pm on November 24th.
The game might be a welcomed change for Bills fans, as most people seem to eat Thanksgiving dinner between 3 and 5 pm, so you can watch the game and then eat your turkey, stuffing and cranberries.
You might forget that the Thanksgiving Day games have a Halftime Show and earlier this week, it was announced what the Halftime Show will be for Bills at Lions.
Bebe Rexha and David Guetta will be performing live at Ford Field during halftime.
Rexha and Guetta have collaborated on recent hits, such as "I'm Good (Blue)" and "Family," and Rexha is also known for her huge hit with Florida Georgia Line from 2017, "Meant to Be."
I'm excited for the 12:30 timeslot. My family usually eats around 4 pm and it works out perfectly. The Cowboys timeslot is tough to make work and that's a complaint I heard from many Bills fans back in 2019 for that game.
The Bills are less than two weeks away from their third Thanksgiving Day game in four years.