We are two weeks away from the annual Thanksgiving Day game for the Detroit Lions.  This year they will host fellow NFC North rivals, Minnesota Vikings.   The Lions recently announced who will headline the halftime show as well as sing the National Anthem before the game.

According to the Detroit Lions, Detroit's own, legend Aretha Franklin will sing the National Anthem before the game on November 24th.

The halftime show will feature singer Andy Grammer.  If you are not familiar with his music, he is know for his songs, "Honey I'm Good" and "Good To Be Alive (Hallelujah)".

Halftime will also feature a video highlighting The NFL's "Football is Family" campaign showcasing Lions DB Darius Slay inviting a Detroit P.A.L athlete to the Thanksgiving game.

You can read more on the Thanksgiving week festivities for the Lions here.

If you don't plan on heading to Ford Field for the actual game, check it out on Thanksgiving Day at 12:30 p.m. on CBS.