Maroon 5 were the halftime headliners at Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, with Travis Scott and Big Boi also appearing to perform each of their best-known hits.
The band played a medley of hits like “Sugar” and “Moves Like Jagger,” as well as tracks from their 2002 debut album Songs About Jane, including “This Love” and “Harder to Breathe.”
Scott performed “SICKO MODE,” while Big Boi did a section of his track “I’m On It (Kryptonite)” with Purple Ribbon All Stars before performing “The Way You Move” with Sleepy Brown and Maroon 5’s Adam Levine.
The Maroon 5 decision was controversial from its announcement, with many saying the city should have gone with artists from Atlanta’s rich and storied hip-hop scene. Many prominent Atlanta rappers, including T.I., Migos, Lil Baby, and Ludacris, performed at the Super Bowl Music Fest, which went until the day before the Super Bowl.