There are those who watch the Super Bowl as it is the final and most important game of the NLF Championship, and then there is all the rest of the world, who watch the Super Bowl for the Halftime Show.
This incredible Show lasts only 15 minutes, the time of an intermission between the first and second half of the Match, and yet, it focuses in an unprecedented Pop Show, destined to remain in history.
Until 1992 it consisted of a “simple” interlude, in which the symphonic bands of the American Universities performed, year after year; the last one, the one from Arizona. But it is from 1993 that the music changes, literally.
In 1993 on the stage of the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California, came Mr. Michael Jackson who performed one of the most spectacular performances of Pop Music, as well as one of the most beautiful halftime shows in the history of television.
The performance made the television ratings soar, reaching 133.4 million viewers; the event paved the way for what would be one of the most anticipated and spectacular events for years to come.
This year’s show was entrusted to Dr.Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Kendric Lamar and Mary J. Blige, and already from the incredible Pepsi commercial called “The Call”, we can only expect an unprecedented show.
Take a look at our ranking of the most spectacular Halftime Shows of all time, in our opinion.