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NFL Thanksgiving Shows: NFL Thanksgiving Halftime Shows 2022: Who’s Performing, Where to Watch?

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NFL Thanksgiving halftime Shows 2022 has announced the names of performers in the show. Despite the fact that the Lions and Cowboys play at the same time every year, the NFL has seized the day by adding a third prime-time game and turning the halftime shows into an event in their own right.

During the Thanksgiving halftime of the Cowboys vs. Giants game, The Jonas Brothers will make their second live NFL appearance. On November 22, the members of the boy band “Sucker”, Kevin, Joe, and Nick, tweeted a confirmation of the information. The game will be broadcast on CBS and begins at 4:30 pm ET

American pop singer Bebe Rexha will also participate at the NFL Thanksgiving halftime show in 2022. She will take the stage with DJ and producer David Guetta at halftime of the Lions vs. Bills game. Rexha revealed the exciting news earlier this month on her Instagram account. She’ll be performing before the Jonas Brothers take the stage, when the Lions take on the Bills at 12:30 pm ET

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Thanksgiving Day is celebrated by Americans on the fourth Thursday of November. This year, Thanksgiving falls on November 24.

Tyler Hubbard will perform the halftime entertainment at the Patriots-Vikings game. The game begins at 8:20 pm ET on NBC. Tyler said in a statement,

“I can’t wait to be on the field on Thanksgiving Day entertaining the audience”, “What a wonderful experience, and I am grateful to the Vikings and the NFL for including me in this Thanksgiving tradition”.


  1. Which NFL teams play on Thanksgiving?
    Every year on Thanksgiving, the Lions and Cowboys play as is traditional.
  2. Who will be playing Thursday Night Football on Thanksgiving 2022?
    A classic NFC East rivalry returns to Turkey Day at 4:30 pm, when the Dallas Cowboys take on the New York Giants.

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