NEW YORK — The Super Bowl takes place a week before the Grammys, but the big game is rivaling the awards shows with a plethora of live concerts and on-site musicians, from the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Metallica to Pharrell and Skrillex.

Alicia Keys, OneRepublic and the Band Perry will perform Saturday, Friday and Thursday, respectively. Dave Matthews Band will take the stage Thursday, Nick Jonas will perform at the annual "ESPN The Party" event on Friday, while Avicii, Elle King and Travis Scott will perform at a Rolling Stone magazine party Saturday.

Though Super Bowl 50 will be held at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California, most of the concerts and parties will take place in San Francisco.

Fall Out Boy announced Monday a performance Friday during Verizon's go90 Live free concert series at The Regency Ballroom. Skrillex and country singer Hunter Hayes are also part of the lineup for the go90 Live. Hayes and Skrillex will perform on Thursday and Saturday, respectively.

Metallica will perform at AT&T Park the night before the big game, where the Carolina Panthers will take on the Denver Broncos. Halftime performers include Beyonce and Coldplay. — AP

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