Kane Brown brought an explosive medley of hits to the AT&T Stadium in Texas during the pre-recorded Dallas Cowboys halftime show.
“I’m thrilled to be a part of this year’s Dallas Cowboys halftime show honoring The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign,” Brown explained ahead of his performance. “There were times growing up when my family did not have enough to eat, or a roof over our head, and today, there are so many people in need. 2020 has been a hard year, but every small act of generosity helps. I am honored to have the opportunity to bring awareness to the ways people can help during this holiday season and beyond.”
The country superstar launched his performance with a stunning rendition of the fan-favorite single “Heaven.” He was then joined by an orchestra and choir for a soulful performance of his unifying track “Worldwide Beautiful.” Brown then kicked things into high gear with his Top 40 hit “Be Like That,” which originally features collaborators Khalid and Swae Lee, however they were not present during this show. After a rockin’ delivery of “Lose It,” that was accompanied by some bursts of CO2, the singer was joined by a drum-team to introduce his smash No. 1 single “What Ifs” with fellow superstar and duet partner, Lauren Alaina.
He ended his performance with a slowed-down rendition of “One Thing Right” that originally features Marshmello. He performed this track alongside the Dallas Cowboys’ Cheerleaders before finishing strong with an explosive dance-party remix to his already infectious song under a grand finale-worthy fireworks display.
The production for his halftime show overall was a force to be reckoned with and we have to say that this marks one of Brown’s best live performances to date as we were thoroughly impressed.
This year marked the Dallas Cowboys’ 24th year hosting the Red Kettle Campaign kickoff during their Thanksgiving Day football game.
Since teaming up 23 years ago in 1997, The Salvation Army and the Dallas Cowboys have helped raise over $2.7 billion for the Red Kettle Campaign, which provides America’s most vulnerable with food, shelter and other support throughout the year as they are needed.
The performance was pre-taped in advance due to NFL restrictions, which limited on-field activity from people who are not players.
You can watch some behind the scenes footage of his performance below that even includes his 1-year-old daughter, Kingsley.
Previous halftime show performers at the Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day game include Kenny Chesney, Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Keith Urban and more.