The Halftime shows are the conventional tradition during the NFL super bowl games at the competition. Whether you are a regular NFL fan, or common sports fan, you’d agree that the entertainment in the Super Bowl is definitely the greatest spectacle that you’ll want to watch on an annual basis.
The annual NFL championship offers the entertainment of pop culture that is not only enjoyed by the attendees of the venues but also large audiences across the globe. The nationwide interest can be the sole objective of the organizers. Regardless, as NFL fans, we always wait to see this from happening. In 2013, Pepsi became the official sponsor of this prestigious event. But long before it happened, we already did enjoy some of the best of the halftime shows from amazing performers. Here are the top five best Super Bowl Halftime performances in NFL history.
Check Here: Super Bowl 2021 Halftime Show
Keep in mind that the list below is there due to personal research. You might have different opinions about the list but enjoy.
Beyoncé and Destiny’s Child (2013)
Beyonce and Destiny’s Child really nailed it! Beyonce has been a lot of things for her fans and common sports lovers. Back then, Jay-Z was expected to make the appearance in his wife’s show. But he cancelled it for privacy reasons. There had been a lot of rumors about who was going to take the stage along with the divas. But the ladies fortune decided that it was for the ladies’ night, including the dancers, backing band members, as well as the special performers.
I mean, who doesn’t love this fantastic singer? Prince at Super Bowl Halftime show 2007 is probably the greatest sports event music performance in mankind history. Many people had been surprised with the official announcement of the Prince performance. The Purple Rain really killed it. You must see it on YouTube if you missed Prince’s performance back then.
Katy Perry, Lenny Kravitz, Missy Elliott (2015)
Can you imagine that you have the opportunity to watch your top 3 most favorite performers at the stage? If you are watching the performance in 2015, you probably knew that you’d never see the same thing ever again on the same timeline.
I can say that it is one of the most massive Super Bowl Halftime shows in the entire history. There are a lot of things going on in that halftime show so that it would take more time to process all of the things if you attended the venue. But if you viewed the show through your TV or other device, you probably grasped all of the presentations. The shows come with fantastic elements from giant puppet tiger, Alice in Wonderland-style chess board, dancing beach balls, palm trees, sharks, guitar, leather jeans, and everything else. Well, all of the things are pretty mixed up but very interesting to see.
All of the genres from different faucents of music come together. Oddly enough, it worked like magic!
Madonna, LMFAO, Nicki Minaj, MIA, Cee Lo Green (2012)
2012 is definitely one of the luckiest years for football fans. If you were experiencing the halftime show that year, you’ll agree that it was the most amazing moment in the 2012’s doom day. Well, you know how Mayan calendar proposed human fate. But we could make it through 2012 with a great memory. The 2012 halftime show took many pairs of eyes to witness. Nicki Minaj was a rising star back then. The timeline was perfect. All of these artists were the most top searched on the search engine. That could be one of the reasons why it was awesome and hit.
Aerosmith, Britney Spears, ‘NSync, Nelly and Mary J Blige (2001)
If you are down to mixes of genres with a lot of musical spices, you could refer back to the Halftime Show that took place in 2001. Back then, Aerosmith led the way, tagging along N’Sync, Britney Spears and Mary J Blige. These names were top notch. It was a cool blend of the rolling stones, rapping superstar, charted boyband, and the queen of R&B. If you live in the game back then, consider yourself lucky because so far we don’t see any mega collaborations like this.