The Philadelphia Eagles will take on the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LVII on Sunday night.
The world turns their attention to the NFL for one night every year during the month of February (formerly in January). The event always draws a crowd that doesn’t follow football through the fall months.
This crowd has plenty of ways to stay entertained: party planning, every company’s best commercial, and of course the Super Bowl Halftime Show. Philadelphia fans are pumped for their second Super Bowl appearance in six years, but some people are more interested in seeing Rihanna perform at halftime.
While it’s become a showcase for major performers throughout the 21st century, the Super Bowl Halftime Show actually used to consist mostly of university marching bands and local performers. Halftime performances concentrated on themes that had more to do with the game setting through 1991.
Fans of rock & roll have enjoyed legends like the Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, and Paul McCartney in the perfect breaks from game action.