By Heidi Huerta
With the Super Bowl soon-to-be old news, the 62nd Annual NBA All-Star Game is now the next big sports event to watch. Besides the incredibly skilled basketball players like Kobe Bryant and LeBron James who will be in attendance, a list of talented artists will also be performing, Alicia Keys being the main act.
After singing at the Super Bowl last Sunday and giving her anticipated performance at The Grammy’s this coming Sunday, Keys will grace the stage at the Houston’s Toyota Center on Sunday, February 17 (looks like her Sundays are the busiest days of the week). Along with Keys, there will be performances from Ne-Yo, “American Idol” winner Phillips Phillips and nine-time Grammy winner John Legend who will be singing the National Anthem.
Fall Out Boy is also on the line-up for the All-Star Game, appearing together for the first time since their break up in 2009. The group plans on reintroducing themselves on stage with their newest single “My Songs Know What You Did In The Day (Light Em Up)”.
The All-Star Game will air live Sunday, February 17 at 8pm ET on TNT.