The game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos kicks off in America on Sunday, February 2.
To help get you in the mood, here are 10 tracks from some of the Super Bowl's most memorable half-time performers.
Released as the third single from Mars' second album Unorthodox Jukebox, this track was inspired by French electronic artist Breakbot's song 'Baby I'm Yours'. It reached the top 10 in over 12 countries.
Love on Top
Appearing on her fourth album, this track was inspired by Beyonce's performance as Etta James in the 2008 film Cadillac Records. The song also won her a Grammy for Best Traditional R&B Performance.
Like a Prayer
This track was the first song by a major artist to be used in a commercial before being released as a single. It topped the charts in countries including Australia, Canada, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Sweden, America and the UK.
I Gotta Feeling
The Black Eyed Peas
Sampling David Guetta's Love is Gone, band member Apl.de.ap described this track as a 'college anthem for people looking forward to escaping life's pressures by going out and having a ball'.
Pete Townsend wrote this track as a 'vision of what would happen if the spirit of his guru Meher Baba was fed into a computer and transformed into music'. It was also influenced by composer Terry Riley.
Born to Run
Springsteen first played this track in 1974 when he was opening for Bonnie Raitt at Harvard Square. Allan Clarke from The Hollies released a cover version a year before Springsteen released the song.
In an interview in 2006 Petty said: "Free Fallin' is a very good song. Maybe it would be one of my favourites if it hadn't become this huge anthem. But I'm grateful that people like it."
Prince & The Revolution
This track came about after Prince decided to write a slow song in the style of Bob Seger that told a story people could relate to. In 2013 Stevie Nick revealed that Prince had asked her to work on this song.
(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction
The Rolling Stones
Talking about the track, Mick Jagger said: "It sounded like a folk song when we started working on it and Keith didn't like it much, he didn't want it to be a single, he didn't think it would do very well."
Live and Let Die
Paul McCartney and Wings
McCartney wrote this track in 10 minutes after reading the James Bond novel. He had been asked to write the Live and let Die film theme for someone else but only agreed to do it if Wings performed it.