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Interesting things about Super Bowl Halftime Show (Part 1)

Super Bowl HalfTime Show is known as a mid-break show in the American Super Cup Final. However, after 52 seasons, Super Bowl Halftime Show went far beyond the framework of the entertainment show, which became one of America’s most anticipated stages, the pride of leading artists when be a performer.

To learn about the surprises of the SuperBowl Halftime Show, let’s first learn about the Super Bowl tournament.

Super Bowl is the annual National League League (NFL – National Football League) annual championship match, the premier league of American football. from 1967 and is usually held on the first Sunday of February of the calendar, called Super Bowl Sunday (“Sunday Super Cup”).

In American culture, football is a king sport, so as soon as the Super Bowl was held, it became America’s most expensive television show. With an audience of hundreds of millions of people. Along with that, this is also the most expensive advertising attraction program in the US (there are pre-advertising tournaments that amounted to about 5 million for 30 seconds of broadcasting).

Eating Super Bowl, Super Bowl Halftime Show is known as a mid-break show in the American Super Cup Finals, which is not less attractive to the audience.

1991 – a milestone for the Super Bowl Halftime Show to become the most anticipated show of the year

Super Bowl midday music show The Halftime Show was part of the event since the first Super Bowl was held and aired in 1967. However, during the early Super Bowl Halftime Show, Super Bowl was held. At university stadiums throughout the United States, most performances will be performed by student bands, with typical names such as: Grambling (1967) and Up With People ( 1982).

 The Super Bowl venue is a university that also influences the pop music movement performed on the Halftime Show – a genre popular among young people in the United States and become the later Super Bowl tradition. From 1967 to 1990, Super Bowl Halftime Show programs are mostly “half-time”, with themes around the tournament and directly related to representative schools.

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