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Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani took part in a private benefit concert ahead of the Super Bowl on Sunday, February 12. The event took place in Phoenix, Arizona. Blake invited some of his famous friends to help them out. Keep on reading for the full details.
What is the Pre-Super Bowl Benefit concert?
Pro NFL quarterback Kurt Warner and his wife Brenda hosted the pre-Super Bowl Benefit concert. The private event benefits Treasure House Phoenix, an active community for adults with developmental disabilities. The Warners founded the organization. The official website revealed that 300 guests attended the exclusive pre-Super Bowl party.
The guest list included a mix of coaches, athletes, and PGA players. Many of the best in athleticism and sports attended the event. Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani performed for the attendees. Along with their performances, musician Jon Dorenbos performed and the event was called “Smoke & Strings: A Night of Magic and Music.”
Blake Shelton wanted to make this event extra special. He wanted to put out all the stops by inviting as many of his famous friends as possible. His wife Gwen Stefani joined him for a special performance of their hit collaboration “Happy Anywhere.” The couple has become famous for the hit song that went No. 1 in 2020.
“Oh my god.. WOW! This is my wife…GWEN SHELTON!”@blakeshelton we need that “BLAKE SHELTON FEATURING GWEN STEFANI” tour! You two are magic together, true definition of a power couple, music royalty!!!pic.twitter.com/AqkLQZ39fs
— SHEFANI ❤️ The Sheltons ❤️ Thank God 🙏 (@SG_BlakeandGwen) February 11, 2023
He introduced her to the crowd as “Gwen Shelton.” This comes after she admitted that she liked to be called Mrs. Shelton after they got married in July 2022. The two performed an acoustic version of their song. It captivated the crowd so much that you could only hear the wind in the background.
Blake Shelton invites special friends
The No Doubt singer wasn’t the only one who was there. Blake Shelton also invited Kane Brown for their rendition of “Ol’ Red,” which is his biggest early hit. Blake joked that this song might’ve been released before Kane was born. Kane informed him that he was born around that time.
Unfortunately, the winds picked up during the private benefit. That didn’t deter the artists from giving it their all during the show. The wind threatened to hurt the musicians on the stage. After their performance, Blake joked that they’re “hoping to survive” since it could cause “a very expensive injury.”
It’s ‘bring your wife to work/fun’ day! @gwenstefani gets called on stage by @blakeshelton at an incredible event for @TreasureHouseAZ (thank you @kurt13warner @WarnerBrenda for being amazing hosts !) #BlakeShelton #GwenStefani pic.twitter.com/OF4dXtcaMD
— Tara Hitchcock (@TaraTV1) February 11, 2023
Kane noted that the wind will “look pretty in the videos.” On Sunday, the Super Bowl LVII will take place in Phoenix, Arizona. The Kansas City Chiefs will go up against the Philadelphia Eagles. Chris Stapleton will open the show with his rendition of the National Anthem.
Blake Shelton and Kane Brown are both going on their respective tours. Blake kicks off his Back to the Honky Tonk Tour on Thursday, February 16, while Kane will embark on his Drunk or Dreaming Tour on Thursday, March 16.
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