Super Bowl XLVII is being held at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana on February 3, 2013. This is the seventh game held at the Superdome and the 10th in the city of New Orleans. This is perhaps the only football game on the NFL schedule where the fans show up not knowing and not caring who is playing. This makes Super Bowl tickets unique.
Of course, the Super Bowl is about more than the big game. For those watching at home, the commercials are as much a part of the experience as the actual football being played. For those watching live, they are also getting a chance to watch a concert, a much abbreviated concert. This time the organizers have recruited Beyonce to reunite with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams. Yes, Destiny’s Child will officially end its hiatus on this date in 2013 when the three performers will break into a medley of the biggest hits before giving the world its first live rendition of “Nuclear”. The song is going to be the lead single from the first new album in nine years, Love Songs.
Of course, Super Bowl 47 is much more about the actual game. The commotion over the commercials and the reunion of one of the biggest girl groups of the late 1990s and the early 21st century is just scheduled for the sake of those uninterested in the game being played on the field.
Most of the audience watching on television and basically the entire stadium is watching for the right reason, to see who emerges as the NFL champion. This championship has been both competitive and inspiring over the last five years and this year promises to continue to deliver a meaningful game that also happen to be the played at the highest level on the field.
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