Coldplay's Chris Martin warming up the Levi's stadium  before the Superbowl begins
Coldplay's Chris Martin warming up the Levi's stadium before the Superbowl beginsInstagram/Coldplay

America's greatest celebration of the year, the Super Bowl 50, will be held on Sunday, 7 February, at the Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. By the end of the game, either the Carolina Panther or the Denver Broncos will be declared the champions of the National Football League for the 2015 season.

While that is all nail-bitingly exciting, many people are excitedly waiting to see the Super Bowl half-time performance by Coldplay, which will feature Beyoncé and Bruno Mars. It will be a huge pressure on the British band, considering over a 100 million people will be watching the game live. Moreover, Katy Perry's half-time performance last year was one that people still rave about.

In anticipation of the performance, Chris Martin was seen running around in the Levi's stadium grounds. Coldplay shared a photo of Martin's excitement via Instagram and captioned It, "24 hours to go (and there will be rather more people watching this time). #SB50 #PepsiHalftime #Coldplay".

Even Bruno Mars is excited about his performance, and confirmed that he would be joining Coldplay, via an Instagram post captioned, "It ain't a party if Mr $how Up & $how out doesn't show up," followed with another photo where it looks like he is practising one last time before the big show.

Mars Has Landed #SB50

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Meanwhile Queen B seems to be keeping her chilling, having stayed off of social media regarding the Super Bowl 2016 performance. She has performed once before, in 2013, where she performed her most popular songs including "Run The World (Girls)", "Crazy in Love" and "Halo". This year, she is expected to perform her surprise single "Formation" at the half-time show.

Lady Gaga will be singing the National Anthem ahead of Super Bowl 50. You can watch all the performances live via the nfl website and CBS Sports live

Super Bowl 2016 will be kicked off at 6:30 pm (EST) on Sunday, 7 February.

Here is a carpool karoake that Chris Martin performed with James Corden ahead of the Super Bowl 50 performance: