Who is Performing at the 2022 Gray Cup Halftime Show? Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard, Jordan Davis and Josh Ross will headline the country show

Put on your boots, grab that gal hat and get ready to get your feet moving as the CFL heads to the country for the Gray Cup halftime show this year.

While the Gray Cup is Canada’s premier football event of the year, it comes with one of the biggest events in entertainment. This year’s intermission show features music from three different artists, all with a country flair.

Tyler Hubbard, Jordan Davis and Josh Ross are the three artists who will be performing at the Regina during the Gray Cup hiatus. It’s the second year that the entertainment has featured multiple acts rather than just one headliner.

Here’s what you need to know about the halftime show for the 109th Gray Cup.

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Gray Cup Halftime Show 2022

The Gray Cup goes country in 2022 as the halftime show features three country singers.

Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler Hubbard, Jordan Davis and Josh Ross will be the three acts entertaining during this year’s break.

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— TSN (@TSN_Sports) November 4, 2022

Tyler Hubbard

Hubbard is best known as one half of the American country duo Florida Georgia Line. Together with Brian Kelley, the two have released a string of hits including “Cruise”, “This Is How We Roll”, “May We All” and “Round Here”.

Hubbard and Kelley announced earlier this year that the pair would be taking an indefinite hiatus from performing together, so it’s only Hubbard who will co-headline the Gray Cup halftime show.

The 35-year-old hails from Monroe, Georgia and is currently pursuing a solo career. His debut album is scheduled for release in January 2023.

Jordan Davis

David is an American country singer from Shreveport, La. The 34-year-old isn’t as well known internationally, but two of Davis’ singles have earned number one on the Canadian country chart, first with Singles You Up in 2017 and then Buy Dirt in 2021 .

Josh Ross

Ross is the only Canadian in the group to perform at the halftime show. The Burlington, Ont. Native is known for his hit singles “First Taste of Gone” and “On a Different Night”.

Previous Gray Cup halftime performances

The Gray Cup didn’t always have half-time entertainment. In fact, the tradition in the league didn’t begin until 1990, when the CFL made its first break appearance.

A number of high profile acts performed at the Gray Cup halftime show including Canadian legends Justin Bieber, Shania Twain (twice), Bryan Adams and the group Nickelback.

The 2022 Halftime Show marks the second year in a row that three artists will headline the event.

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108 December 21, 2021 Tim Horton’s Field (Hamilton)


The Lumineers

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107 November 24, 2019 McMahon Stadium (Calgary) Keith urban
106 November 25, 2018 Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton) Alesia Cara
105 November 26, 2017 TD Place (Ottawa) Shania Twain
104 November 27, 2016 BMO Field (Toronto) A republic
103 November 29, 2015 Investor Group Field (Winnipeg) Fall out Boy
102 November 30, 2014 BC Place (Vancouver) Imagine dragons
101 November 24, 2013 Mosaic Stadium (Regina)


100 November 25, 2012 Rogers Center (Toronto)

Justin Bieber

Carly Rae Jepsen

Mariana Trench

Gordon Lightfoot

99 November 27, 2011 BC Place (Vancouver) nickelback
98 November 28, 2010 Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton) Bachmann & Turner
97 November 29, 2009 McMahon Stadium (Calgary) Blue Rodeo
96 November 23, 2008 Olympic Stadium (Montreal)

Theory of a dead man

Suzie McNeil

Andrew Watters

95 November 25, 2007 Rogers Center (Toronto) Lenny Kravitz
94 November 19, 2006 Canada Inns Stadium (Winnipeg) Nelly Furtado feat. Saukrates
93 November 27, 2005 BC Place (Vancouver) The Black Eyed Peas
92 November 21, 2004 Frank Clair Stadium (Ottawa) The tragic hip
91 November 16, 2003 Taylor FieldRegina

Bryan Adams


90 November 24, 2002 Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton) Shania Twain
89 Nov. 25, 2001 Olympic Stadium (Montreal)

Sass Jordan

Michele Pagliaro

88 Nov. 26, 2000 McMahon Stadium (Calgary) The guess who
87 November 28, 1999 BC Place (Vancouver) parables
86 Nov. 22, 1998 Winnipeg Stadium (Winnipeg) love inc
85 November 16, 1997 Commonwealth Stadium (Edmonton) soldier
84 Nov. 24, 1996 Ivor Wynne Stadium (Hamilton) The nylons
83 November 19, 1995 Taylor FieldRegina Jack pattern
82 Nov. 27, 1994 BC Place (Vancouver) Tom Cochrane
81 Nov. 28, 1993 McMahon Stadium (Calgary) Miss Molly
80 Nov. 29, 1992 SkyDome (Toronto)

Dan Hill

Celine Dion

79 Nov. 24, 1991 Winnipeg Stadium (Winnipeg)


Burton Cummings

78 Nov. 25, 1990 BC Place (Vancouver)

Esmeralda Colombian dance group

Serbian folk dance group Mlada Srbadia

Joy in the movement studio

Yuen’s Institute of Tae Kwon-do

Hungarian csardas dancers from Vancouver

When is the Gray Cup 2022?

  • Date: Sunday 20 Nov
  • kick-off time: 6 p.m. ET

Gray Cup 2022 begins Sunday, November 20 at approximately 6:00 p.m. ET.

The weather is expected to be -18 degrees Celsius or 0 degrees Fahrenheit, according to weather.com. There is a 19 percent chance of snow and wind speeds of between 15 and 25 km/h are expected.

How to Watch Gray Cup 2022 on TV, Live Stream

  • TV channel: TSN, ESPN2
  • Stream: fubo TV | ESPN+, CFL Game Pass | TSN Direct

CFL fans wanting to watch Gray Cup 2022 on traditional cable can watch the game on TSN in Canada. In the United States, the Gray Cup will be broadcast on ESPN2.

The best cable cutter streaming option in the US is fubo TV, which offers a seven-day free trial.

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You can also stream the game on TSN Direct, CFL Game Pass and ESPN+ in their respective markets.