There’s nothing better than some good ol’ Dallas Cowboys football on Thanksgiving.
Unless you married into a family that watches the dog show on Thanksgiving, then I feel sorry for you…
But seriously, stuffing your face with some amazing food, drinking a copious amount of your favorite adult beverage, and seeing Dak Prescott throw touchdown pass after touchdown pass in those iconic Thanksgiving throwback jerseys (and hitting the over in the process)… it’s the best day of the year.
But it gets even better…
It’s been announced that Luke Combs will be performing at the halftime show at AT&T Stadium, as the Cowboys will square off with the Las Vegas Raiders this coming Thursday.
Luke weighed in on the monumental opportunity:
“Considering I’m a huge football fan, the Dallas Cowboys were always on our TV on Thanksgiving Day growing up, so it is a complete honor to be apart of their 25th Thanksgiving Day halftime show supporting The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign.
I’m used to seeing my friend Ezekiel Elliott jump into the Salvation Army’s red kettle, so I’ve become very familiar with their program, and I’m humbled to be able to try and help put food on people’s tables and presents under their trees for Christmas. I hope lots of people will become aware of how they can help this year and beyond through my performance.”
Charlotte Jones, executive vice president and chief brand officer for the Cowboys and former national advisory board chairperson for The Salvation Army, added:
“Luke Comb’s energy and spirit are just what we need to put a spotlight on the campaign in this milestone year and especially when so many people are struggling due to pandemic poverty.
We are so excited to have Combs perform on our national stage for a halftime show that I’m sure will inspire hope and generosity.”
And by the way, remember last year when Kane Brown played the halftime show and fans were begging for Creed to play instead? It was absolutely hilarious.
I’m always up for a laugh, especially at Kane Brown’s expense, but I don’t think we’ll have that problem again this year when Luke takes the stage.
Buckle up folks, it’s gonna be a great Thanksgiving after all…