The Band Perry, Sam Hunt to Perform at Pre-Super Bowl Festivities

The 2017 NFL Superbowl is quickly approaching, but that doesn’t mean it’s all about football come the first weekend of February.

Many pre-parties will be riling fans to lead up to the big Sunday game and music will play a huge factor during the week’s events. While The Band Perry is set to perform at the 26th Annual Party with a Purpose, Sam Hunt will be getting down with his fans at the traveling Club Nomadic.

The Band Perry will be taking on the charitable event that combines two of America’s favorite pastimes—food and football. Raising awareness to fight the hunger crisis in the country, the country trio will play a show of some of their old classics while chefs like Richard Blais and Andrew Zimmern cook up some delicious food for all to chow down on.

“We are excited to perform as part of Party with a Purpose,” said The Band Perry. “Hunger relief is an important cause to us, and one which we will continue to raise awareness for.”

Meanwhile, Hunt will make his own ‘house party’ while hanging out at Club Nomadic, which will travel around the Houston grounds during the week to host multiple performances from artists of all genres. The country singer joins EDM duo The Chainsmokers when he performs on February 2, and pop artists Bruno Mars and Taylor Swift will wrap up the festivities before the club stops making its rounds on February 4.

Tickets to see The Band Perry perform at the Party with a Purpose through the Taste of the NFL organization are available on their website, and tickets to check out Hunt’s performance in Club Nomadic before Superbowl Sunday can be purchased through Ticketmaster.