We’re still a few days away from sorting out which two teams will be playing in this year’s College Football Playoff National Championship Game, but it’s not too early for fans to start planning the weekend in Atlanta.
The “AT&T Playoff Playlist Live!” brings three days’ worth of music and entertainment to Centennial Olympic Park to help augment the build up to Monday night’s big game.
On Saturday night, January 6, Jason Derulo and Charlie Puth will get things started, along with special guest Lizzo. Derulo boasts more than 100 million single equivalent sales worldwide, and is best known for “Whatcha Say” and “Talk Dirty.”
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Puth’s “How Long” is currently on the charts and his sophomore album “VoiceNotes,” comes out on January 19.
Lizzo’s 2016 album “Coconut Oil” produced the hits “Good as Hell” and “Truth Hurts.”
On Sunday, you can catch The Chainsmokers, along with performances by Bebe Rexha and Spencer Ludwig.
The Chainsmokers have three platinum hits to their credit — “Roses,” “Don’t Let Me Down” and “Closer.” Rexha’s “Me, Myself and I” and “Meant to Be” have helped her reach 10 million in sales in the past two years.
Ludwig is best known for “Diggy,” which you may have seen in a Target commerical.
On Monday, as part of the pregame festivities, Darius Rucker will put on a show from the Capital One Quicksilver Music Stage, with Brett Young serving as the opening act.
Rucker needs little introduction as the former frontman of Hootie and the Blowfish, but he’s a three-time Grammy winner with eight career No. 1 singles since his shift to country music.
Young’s debut album has produced the hits “Sleep Without You” and “In Case You Didn’t Know.”
Gates open at 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and noon on Monday. For more information on AT&T Playoff Playlist Live! and the rest of the festivities, visit collegefootballplayoff.com.