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Everything You Need To Know About Super Bowl 2020

The 2020 super bowl is still quite far from happening but its always good to be prepared early enough. The Super bowl is celebrated as an unofficial national holiday in the USA.

Let’s face it, who doesn’t love to kick back with some beer and your friends to watch one of the greatest sports in the world, football.

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Those who are not sports lovers have a show to look forward to known as the halftime show where their best artists usually headline.

These performances are looked forward to by everyone across the country.

The super bowl acts as a uniting force bringing together families far and wide. Parents hope their sons get to join the big teams one day.

Super Bowl 2020

The Super Bowl will take place on February 2, 2020. History has ensured that every Super Bowl since 2003 took place during the first week of February.

From 1967-2003, all but one Super Bowl took place in January. By taking place on Feb 2 in 2020, it marks the second time in history that the super bowl has been held on that date.

The other time was exactly six years ago when the Seahawks won the Super Bowl 48 in a heated match against the Broncos in New York.

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Super Bowl 2020: Location

The location for the super bowl changes every year. The NFL crowning game in 2020, is scheduled to take place Sunday, Feb. 2 at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.

Hard Rock Stadium is home to the Miami Dolphins, one of the few NFL teams who will not be playing in the Super Bowl in 2020.

It is also home to the Miami Hurricanes. It was selected due to the recent renovations done as well as the warm conducive weather.

Miami has actually hosted more super bowls than any other city. To put it in numbers, exactly ten super bowls have been held in Miami.

If you already can’t wait for the 2021 super bowl, the big game that year will be held in L.A.

Halftime Performers

The half-time show is one of the most anticipated part of the game. The Superbowl halftime performers to the 2020 final game in Miami will be Jenniffer Lopez and Shakira.

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The Latino community is bound to feel included after this gesture because Shakira is Colombian. The appearance of these two musical icons on the same stage is bound to be electrifying.

They are both great entertainers and their music is loved by millions across the globe. Let’s not forget how beautiful and unbelievably hot the duo is. In the famous words of Shakira, ‘hips don’t lie’.

“I love that, next to J.Lo, we’ll be representing the Latino community, which is such an important force in the United States,” Shakira said in a video for the show’s sponsor, Pepsi.

“I think it’s important in this day and age for two Latin women to be standing on that stage—when Latinos are being treated a certain way in this country or looked at a certain way—to show that we have a really specific and beautiful culture and worth and value, and we bring something to this country that’s necessary,” Lopez recently told Variety. “I think that’s going to be an amazing moment.

That night, I want it to be a celebration of who we are. All of us, because we’re in this together.”

Fans can also look forward to watching Lady Gaga perform. Gaga is not new to the super bowl halftime show as she sang the national anthem at Super Bowl 50 and did the Halftime Show a year later.

She won’t join Jlo and Shakira on game day as her performance is scheduled to take place a day earlier at the AT&T TV Super Saturday Night concert in Miami.

“I’ve had some incredible experiences performing at the Super Bowl, and am very excited to join the party again this year headlining AT&T TV Super Saturday Night!” Gaga said.

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