Coldplay is headlining the Super Bowl halftime show.
The game is set for Feb. 7 at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The British rock band, which is releasing a new album today, will perform during halftime of the Super Bowl.
Lollapalooza goes bigger
Lollapalooza is adding a fourth day to the 2016 music festival to mark its 25th anniversary.
Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell made the announcement Thursday. The festival will start Thursday, July 28, and run through Sunday, July 31.
The extra day means there will be more than 170 musical performances. This year's festival had about 130 acts, including headliners Paul McCartney, Sam Smith and Metallica.
Farrell says he decided to add a day because there was an "abundance of talent" that wanted to help mark the anniversary.
Countries down under don't want Chris Brown
Chris Brown canceled plans for a Down Under tour Wednesday after Australian authorities earlier warned the troubled R&B singer they were likely to refuse him a visa because of his criminal conviction for assaulting pop star Rihanna.
Ticketing agency Ticketek posted a statement from Brown's promoters saying the planned December tour of Australia and New Zealand had been canceled and those who had bought tickets would get refunds. In the statement, Brown thanked his fans and said he remained hopeful he could tour "in the near future."
In the U.S., Brown's planned appearance Tuesday on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" was cancelled. The network would not say why.
Citing privacy concerns, Australia's immigration department on Wednesday declined to say whether they had refused Brown a visa. But in September, the department issued Brown a "notice of intention to consider refusal" which gave him 28 days to explain why he should be allowed into the country.
That notice came days after former Immigration Minister Michaelia Cash urged authorities to refuse the 26-year-old American a visa on character grounds.
"People need to understand if you are going to commit domestic violence and then you want to travel around the world, there are going to be countries that say to you: 'You cannot come in because you are not of the character we expect in Australia,'" Cash, who is now minister for women, told reporters at the time.