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Super Bowl halftime show 2014

Some reports say that the Super Bowl halftime show will not happen because of frigid temperatures in New Jersey.

The NFL has confirmed that the show will happen.

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Sports
02/13/13

Super Bowl Saturday??

MetLife Super Bowl 48 must go on and next year’s big game is scheduled for Sunday, February 2, 2014 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.

The NFL unveiled its back up plan just in case bad weather takes control.

If snow is in the forecast, the committee would move it up to Saturday or delay it to Monday. They are planning for this situation because MetLife Stadium doesn’t have a retractable roof or dome.

Feel free to leave a comment on our FOX 43 Facebook page with your opinion on a possible move. You can catch Super Bowl 48 on FOX 43 WPMT.

National & World News
02/05/13

Halftime Will Go On

The NFL says no matter what the weather conditions are there will be a Super Bowl halftime show at the Meadowlands next year.  An NFL rep says they planned for it, mapped it out and there will be a pregame and halftime show.  He did not give any further details but did note that at the 2007 Super Bowl Prince performed fine in the pouring rain.

Despite several reports, the NFL confirmed Tuesday that there will be a half-time show during next year’s Super Bowl at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford.

There was much speculation that a half-time show wasn’t in the works as temperatures in the New York-New Jersey area usually range in the low 20s.

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Sports
02/05/13

No Super Bowl Halftime Show Next Year?

Next year’s Super Bowl in New Jersey may have no halftime show because it could be too cold!

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Don’t get too excited about next year’s halftime show yet, it may not even happen.  Next year’s Super Bowl may be deemed too cold for halftime entertainment.  The next big game is set for New Jersey’s Meadowlands Stadium and one of the game’s planners spoke anonymously to the New York Post.  They said with the potential for freezing temperatures in the outdoor stadium organizers are worried there would be too many obstacles for the halftime performance.  Not only would it be tough on performers, they’re worried the crews wouldn’t be able to put the stage together safely and quickly.

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