Superbowl LVII - Location, Date, Time, & Halftime Show - Your Ultimate Guide to the Big Game
SUPER BOWL LVII - When Is The Superbowl 2023 Taking Place?
Mark your calendars for February 12th, 2023. The 2023 Superbowl is the biggest event in American sports and the most-watched television broadcast in the United States each year. The biggest event in the NFL calender is set to kick off at 6:30 PM ET. This year's game will bring together the best of the best from the NFL for a battle for the championship title, with the Philadelphia Eagles facing off against the Kansas City Chiefs in what's set to be a nail biting finale. The excitement and energy of the Superbowl are unrivaled and provide an unforgettable experience for fans. Get ready for a night of nail-biting action as the best teams in the NFL clash on the field.
The 2023 Superbowl will take place at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. State Farm Stadium is one of the most impressive stadiums in the NFL and is the perfect venue for this year's Superbowl. With its state-of-the-art facilities, stunning views of the Arizona skyline, and a capacity of 63,400, State Farm Stadium is the ideal place to experience the Superbowl. The stadium is easily accessible from anywhere in the Phoenix metropolitan area, making it convenient for fans to attend the game. Whether you are a die-hard football fan or just looking for a great time, State Farm Stadium is the place to be on February 12th, 2023.
Super Bowl 57 Event Date / Time
Date – February 12th 2023
Start Time – 6:30PM ET
TV Network - NBC
Super Bowl 57 will be played on February 12th 2023, and the game is scheduled to start at 6:30 PM, Eastern Time, although the actual start of action could be delayed. There are a lot of commercial breaks during Super Bowl and the halftime break is much longer, so the entire broadcast will last considerably longer than an average NFL game.
Which Teams are Playing in Superbowl 57?
The final two teams to survive the play-offs, the 2023 Superbowl will see the Philidelphia Eages & the Kansas City Chiefs play off for title glory. The Chiefs 23-20 win over the Cincinnati Bengals secured them their place in the Superbowl. The Eagles last battle was not so hard fought, demolishing the San Francisco 49ners 31-7 to secure their first Superbowl slot since 2018. With both teams on a great run of form, it's set to be a nail biting match between these 2 NFL titans.
Super Bowl 57 Halftime Show
The 2023 Superbowl halftime show is one of the most highly anticipated events of the year and is a much-loved tradition. This year's halftime show is set to feature some of the biggest names in the music industry, bringing together a stunning display of music, lights, and entertainment. This year sees the nine time grammy award winner, and the second best selling female musician of all time Rihanna perform. The halftime show is a perfect opportunity for fans to take a break from the intense action on the field and enjoy a memorable performance. The Superbowl halftime show has become a cultural phenomenon, with millions of viewers tuning in each year to see the latest production, and this year is set to be no exception. Get ready to be blown away by this year's Superbowl halftime show, it's sure to be an unforgettable experience.
Rihanna Performs at the Superbowl 57 Halftime Show
Organisers always fetch the top musical talent when it comes to Superbowl halftime shows, and this year they've hit the ball out the park. Rihanna is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, with over 250 million records sold worldwide. Rihanna is known for her unique style and innovative approach to music, which has earned her critical acclaim and a huge following.
She made her debut in 2005 with the album "Music of the Sun" and has since released eight studio albums, including the platinum-selling "Good Girl Gone Bad" (2007), "Rated R" (2009), and "Loud" (2010). Some of her most popular songs include "Umbrella," "Disturbia," "Only Girl (In the World)," "We Found Love," and "Diamonds." Rihanna has a long list of well loved songs that can be performed during the halftime show. This is one performance you won't want to miss.
Previous locations of the Superbowl
The Superbowl always takes place in some of the biggest sporting stadiums in the world. Some of these past locations include:
Super Bowl LV (2021): Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
Super Bowl LIV (2020): Hard Rock Stadium, Miami Gardens, Florida
Super Bowl LIII (2019): Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia
Super Bowl LII (2018): U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Super Bowl LI (2017): NRG Stadium, Houston, Texas
Each of these locations offered unique features and amenities for fans and players alike. For example, Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, was chosen for its warm weather and top-notch facilities, while U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, was selected for its cutting-edge design and technological advancements. The selection of these locations shows the NFL's commitment to providing the best possible experience for everyone involved in the Super Bowl, from players and fans to the media and sponsors.
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