super bowl 50 halftime show

Perhaps it was inevitable, in an era of “Full House” reboots, nostalgia for the early Obama Era, and highly publicized reunions of bands not five years disbanded, that we would get a Super Bowl Halftime Show Tribute to Recent Super Bowl Halftime Shows. That’s certainly the easiest way to sum up Super Bowl 50’s hyperactive slurry of musical half-thoughts, busily choreographed kitsch, irreconcilable tonal shifts and, periodically, brief snippets of quality music best experienced as a series of GIFs. Despite Coldplay’s status as the nominal headliners, a mid-set invasion from Beyonce and Bruno Mars brought the only thing approximating heat, while a closing clip reel of recent halftime highlights — from Paul McCartney to Bruce Springsteen and Michael Jackson — only served to underscore the senselessness of the whole endeavor.
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Coldplay, first announced as the halftime headliner back in early December, is not a popular band in certain cred-obsessed corners of the Internet. They are, however, arguably the only mass-appeal pop-rock act not yet eligible for Social Security that could make a reasonable claim to the sort of universality that has become the gig’s primary pre-requisite, so their booking certainly made sense. Yet with the far flashier Bey and Mars — both of whom turned in solid halftime slots in recent years — announced as secondary performers shortly thereafter, Coldplay seemed resigned to politely allowing themselves to be played right off their own stage.

The band’s quick, four-song medley opened the set mid-field, accompanied by some Up With People-style choreography, but with knowledge that the bigger guns were yet to come, they ultimately felt like an opening act. (Although, to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin’s credit, he at least made an effort to introduce some tiny glimmers of rawness into an inevitably canned performance, allowing several audience members to sing into his mic.) The quartet hardy had a moment to catch their breath, however, before the cameras swiveled over to the right, where Bruno Mars, Mark Ronson and a posse of leather-clad dancers slammed through a good 90 seconds of “Uptown Funk,” with a soupcon of James Brown and Morris Day thrown in for good measure.

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Then, of course, it was over to Beyonce on the other side of the pitch. As evangelically, performatively worshiped on social media as Coldplay are snarkily dismissed, Bey gave an arresting, drill-squad-style rendition of her just-released single, “Formation.” Offering the show its only shiver of sex appeal, only shot of menace, and only ghost-note of political engagement, Beyonce was clearly inhabiting a different, far cooler planet than Martin, Mars & Co., but before even she could hit her groove, we were back to center stage. The motley crew then crooned an almost post-musical medley of “Fix You” with stray lines from halftime performances past, while the archival montage did all it could to make viewers forget they were supposed to be watching an actual live performance.

It was, in short, a mess, and all that was left at the end were the questions: Is it hopelessly old-fashioned to wonder if Coldplay wouldn’t have been better served simply playing a song or two in their entirety, rather than trying to cram as many orphaned choruses as possible into a short frame? (Kids these days may not have time for full LPs anymore, but surely they can handle a complete three-minute pop song without changing channels, no?) If Mars is one of the only truly old-school, razzle-dazzle song-and-dance men of his current generation, why not simply let him play every year? And as theoretically admirable as it was to see Beyonce bring a bit of meaning to her return to the Super Bowl spotlight — her dancers were outfitted in Black Panther chic, with “Formation’s” lyrics offering sly rebukes to race-based beauty standards — how much did the political subtleties of her performance really register amongst the portions of CBS’ viewership who didn’t already know to look for them?

Prior to the start of the game, Lady Gaga continued into year two of her mission to prove to everyone’s Midwestern aunt that she really can sing, delivering a strong, classy, brassy take on “The Star Spangled Banner.”

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Super Bowl 50: Time, date, TV channel

Super Bowl 50 — as George R. R. Martin might say — is coming. And this game of NFL thrones will likely feature a cast of characters and drama worthy of its own miniseries. The Patriots continue their Deflategate revenge tour despite a rash of injuries. The Broncos remain embroiled in a quarterback question as Brock Osweiler performs ably in Peyton Manning’s stead. And the Bengals want to shake their one-and-done reputation, but have Andy Dalton’s injured thumb complicating matters.

Meanwhile, the NFC playoff picture features some scary teams — and Washington. The Panthers and Cardinals might be the two best teams in the league, taking health into account, while the Packers, Vikings and Seahawks all possess the personnel to make a playoff run.

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But in the end, only two teams will make it. And once again, America will watch en masse. So here’s what you need to know in order to prepare for the party and set your TV for the big game.

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When is the Super Bowl?

Super Bowl 50 kicks off on Sunday, Feb. 7, two weeks after the NFC conference championship and AFC conference championship games.
What time is the Super Bowl?

The Super Bowl is set to start at 6:30 p.m. ET.
What TV channel is the Super Bowl on?

CBS will broadcast Super Bowl 50, its first NFL championship game since 2013 ing following the three-year cycle of Fox-NBC-CBS. CBS broadcast the first Super Bowl in 1967 — the only time a Super Bowl was carried on two networks. NBC also carried the contest.
Where will the Super Bowl be played?

Super Bowl 50 will be played in Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The stadium, home to the San Francisco 49ers, opened in 2014 and seats nearly 70,000 fans.
Who is performing in the Super Bowl halftime show?

In what looks like a departure from the likes of Bruno Mars and Katy Perry, the 2016 Super Bowl will feature Coldplay as the halftime act. The move has been defended in this space, but drew criticism from those who believed the British rock band’s more mellow tone might not match the atmosphere of a Super Bowl Sunday.

Super Bowl 50

Super Bowl 50 was an American football game to determine the champion of the National Football League (NFL) for the 2015 season. The American Football Conference (AFC) champion Denver Broncos defeated the National Football Conference (NFC) champion Carolina Panthers 24–10 to earn their third Super Bowl title. The game was played on February 7, 2016, at Levi’s Stadium in the San Francisco Bay Area at Santa Clara, California. As this was the 50th Super Bowl, the league emphasized the “golden anniversary” with various gold-themed initiatives, as well as suspending the tradition of naming each Super Bowl game with Roman numerals (under which the game would have been known as “Super Bowl L”), so the logo could prominently feature the Arabic numerals 50.

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The Panthers finished the regular season with a 15–1 record, racking up the league’s top offense, and quarterback Cam Newton was named the NFL Most Valuable Player (MVP). They defeated the Arizona Cardinals 49–15 in the NFC Championship Game and advanced to their second Super Bowl appearance since the franchise was founded in 1995. The Broncos finished the regular season with a 12–4 record, thanks to having the league’s top defense despite the struggles of starting quarterback Peyton Manning, and defeated the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots 20–18 in the AFC Championship Game. They joined the Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, and Pittsburgh Steelers as one of four teams that have made eight appearances in the Super Bowl.

The Broncos took an early lead in Super Bowl 50 and never trailed. Newton was limited by Denver’s defense, which registered seven sacks and forced him into three turnovers, including a fumble which the Broncos recovered for a touchdown.[8] Carolina’s defense kept the game close by holding Denver’s offense without a touchdown until late in the fourth quarter; defensive end Kony Ealy became the first player in Super Bowl history to have an interception and three sacks. Denver linebacker Von Miller was named Super Bowl MVP; Miller recorded five solo tackles, 2½ sacks, and two forced fumbles in the game.

CBS’s broadcast of the game was the third most-watched program in American television history with an average of 111.9 million viewers. The network charged an average of $5 million for a 30-second commercial during the game. The Super Bowl 50 halftime show was headlined by the British rock group Coldplay[13] with special guest performers Beyoncé and Bruno Mars, who previously headlined the Super Bowl XLVII and Super Bowl XLVIII halftime shows, respectively.

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Panthers-Broncos preview: Super Bowl 50

The Super Bowl is perhaps the most glorified spectacle in American sports, and this year marks its golden anniversary. So to celebrate Super Bowl 50 — an awesome matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos — here are 50 facts (not stats) to know. After reading, you’ll have plenty of ammunition to impress everyone between refrigerator runs and bathroom breaks during your Super Bowl party.

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1. Cam Newton will hit the trifecta if the Panthers win Super Bowl 50.

Newton could become the first quarterback ever to have won a national championship (FBS) in college, the Heisman Trophy and a Super Bowl. Newton also won a junior college national title with Blinn College in 2009. Yeah, he’d be the first quarterback do all that, too.

Newton is looking to make some history. (USATSI)

2. There’s a John Fox tie-in to Super Bowl 50.Both head coaches, Carolina’s Ron Rivera and Denver’s Gary Kubiak, replaced current Chicago Bears head coach John Fox.

Fox coached in Carolina and Denver before taking over in Chicago. (USATSI)

3. We’ll witness an epic age gap.

The age difference that separates Cam Newton and Peyton Manning is 13 years and 48 days. It is the biggest age difference between starting quarterbacks in Super Bowl history.

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4. There’s a good chance Cam Newton will also hit a pretty nice double if he wins Super Bowl 50.

If Cam Newton wins the Super Bowl and the NFL MVP, he will be the 11th player in league history to do so in the same year, and the first since Kurt Warner double-dipped in 1999.

5. Manning could set another record if he wins Super Bowl 50. This time, about his age.

He’d be the oldest Super Bowl-winning quarterback in NFL history. Manning’s boss, John Elway, beat the Falcons 34-19 in Super Bowl XXXIII in 1999 as a 38-year-old QB.

Manning hopes to follow in Elway’s footsteps with a win. (USATSI)

6. As expected, the cost for a Super Bowl commercial will be the highest ever.

The cost for a 30-second advertisement during Super Bowl I was $42,500. The same 30-second spot will cost $5 million for Super Bowl 50.

7. Second time as the Super Bowl host for NorCal.

Super Bowl 50 marks the second time the game will be played in Northern California and the first time it’s been played in that region since 1985 when Super Bowl XIX was played at Stanford Stadium.

The 49ers beat the Dolphins 38-16 and Joe Montana won Super Bowl MVP.

8. There’s a significant draft tie-in.

Super Bowl 50 will pit two quarterbacks against each other who went No. 1 overall in the draft for the first time.

9. There are a ton college teammates who will face each other in Super Bowl 50.

Broncos offensive guard Evan Mathis and Panthers safety Roman Harper were teammates at Alabama from 2002 to 2004.
Broncos left tackle Ryan Harris and Panthers long snapper J.J. Jansen were teammates at Notre Dame in 2005 and 2006.
Broncos offensive tackle Michael Schofield and Panthers wide receiver Devin Funchess were teammates at Michigan in 2012 and 2013.
Broncos defensive tackle Sylvester Williams and Panthers safety Tre Boston were teammates at North Carolina in 2011 and 2012.
Broncos safety T.J. Ward and Panthers running back Ed Dickson were teammates at Oregon from 2006 to 2009. They were both teammates with Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart in 2006 and 2007.
Broncos center Sam Brenner and Panthers defensive tackle Star Lotulelei were teammates at Utah from 2010 to 2012.
Broncos linebacker Corey Nelson and Panthers offensive guard Daryl Williams were teammates at Oklahoma from 2011 to 2013.
Broncos edge-rusher Shane Ray and Panthers defensive lineman Kony Ealy were teammates at Missouri in 2012 and 2013.
Broncos cornerback Bradley Roby was a teammate of Panthers offensive guard Andrew Norwell 2011 to 2012 and a teammate of Panthers receiver Philly Brown from 2011 to 2013.

10. Superstition will live on in Super Bowl 50.

The Broncos are 0-4 all-time wearing their orange jerseys in the Super Bowl. They’ll wear their white threads against the Panthers in Super Bowl 50. The Panthers will wear their black uniforms. They wore white when they lost to the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII in 2004.

In fact, 10 of the last 11 Super Bowl winners were wearing white uniforms.

11. If the Panthers win the Super Bowl, Cam Newton will become the third African-American quarterback to have a Super Bowl ring.

Doug Williams led the Redskins to a win in Super Bowl XXII in 1988. Russell Wilson led the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014.

Williams made history when he led the Redskins to a title. (USATSI)

12. The Broncos will either lengthen their lead in a bad category or move into some good company.

As an organization, the Broncos already have the most Super Bowl losses (five) in NFL history. If they win Super Bowl 50, they’ll be the ninth franchise with at least three Super Bowl titles.

13. If the Panthers win Super Bowl 50, Ron Rivera will become the fourth guy to have earned a Super Bowl ring as a player and a coach.

Mike Ditka, Tom Flores, and Tony Dungy are the others.

14. The chance to stand alone in history is on the line for John Elway, too.

If the Broncos win Super Bowl 50, John Elway will be the first GM with a Super Bowl ring as a player and general manager. Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy won a Lombardi when he played for the Redskins.

Elways is enjoying success as Denver’s general manager. (USATSI)

15. Ron Rivera is the second head coach of Hispanic heritage to roam the sidelines in a Super Bowl.

The first was Los Angeles Raiders head coach Tom Flores in Super Bowl XV in 1981. He also won the Super Bowl with the Raiders three years later.

Rivera is looking for his first championship as a head coach. (USATSI)

16. No. 1 vs. No. 1.

The Panthers-Broncos matchup marks the second time in Super Bowl history that the No. 1 scoring offense will play the No. 1 scoring defense. Two years ago, the Broncos had the top scoring offense and the Seahawks had the top scoring defense.

17. Two college football programs will be especially proud.

Cam Newton is the first quarterback who attended Auburn University to play in a Super Bowl. Peyton Manning is the only quarterback who went to the University of Tennessee who’s started a Super Bowl.

18. Panthers receiver Devin Funchess was 4 months old when Peyton Manning played in his first game at the University of Tennessee.

Manning’s first college football action came on Sept. 3, 1994. It was a relief appearance in a 25-23 loss to UCLA. Funchess was born May 21, 1994.

Fucnhess was a newborn when Manning was at playing at Tennessee. (USATSI)

19. The Broncos are tied for the most Super Bowl appearances ever.

The Broncos are making their eighth Super Bowl appearance. The only other teams with that many are the Patriots, Steelers and Cowboys.

20. No first-rounders starting on the offensive lines.

Super Bowl 50 marks the first time since Super Bowl XLIV in 2010 between the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts that neither team will start an offensive lineman it drafted in the first round.

But this isn’t a regular occurrence. Before Super Bowl XLIV, it hadn’t happened since at least 1980.

21. Panthers starting right tackle Mike Remmers has an amazing story.

He entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2012 and was actually signed by the Broncos. The Panthers are the fifth team he’s played on. Before coming to Carolina, he was on the St. Louis Rams practice squad.

22. Two of the game’s most established veterans share some draft-day history.

DeMarcus Ware was the No. 11 overall pick in the 2005 draft. Thomas Davis went three spots later at No. 14 overall. This was the same draft that saw three running backs taken in the top five. Can you imagine that happening today?! Football Twitter would erupt.

Ware was the 11th overall pick in 2005. (USATSI)

23. Hurney’s major impact.

Fired after the 2012 season, former Panthers GM Marty Hurney had a major impact on the 2015 Panthers. He acquired eight of the 10 Panthers who made the Pro Bowl this season. The only guys he didn’t add who made the Pro Bowl were Trai Turner and Kawann Short.

24. One of the latest Super Bowls.

Super Bowl 50 being played on Feb. 7 ties it for the latest starting date in Super Bowl history. Super Bowl XLIV was also on Feb. 7. Officially, that kickoff happened at 6:32 p.m. ET. So if this Super Bowl is just three minutes late, it’ll technically be the “latest start” in Super Bowl history.

25. The Broncos have a big edge in Super Bowl experience.

Denver has 18 players who were on a Super Bowl roster, while Carolina has seven players. Of those players, 16 current Broncos have actually played in a Super Bowl, and five current Panthers have played in a Super Bowl.

26. Everybody in the Super Bowl wins … financially.

Players on the winning team can receive up to a $97,000 bonus. While the players on the losing team receive a bonus of $49,000.

27. Panthers owner Jerry Richardson has an awesome and unique story.

He used the bonus money he received from playing in the 1959 NFL Championship as a wide receiver on the Baltimore Colts to co-found the Hardee’s restaurant chain. He’s gone on to make millions elsewhere, but that’s how he built his fortune.

28. There isn’t much familiarity between these two teams.

Cam Newton has faced a Wade Phillips-run defense one time. It came when the quarterback was a rookie. His Panthers beat the Texans 23-13 in November of 2011 when Phillips was Houston’s defensive coordinator.

Phillips has faced Newton once before and was successful. (USATSI)

Peyton Manning and Newton have squared off once. That game was in November of 2012 and the Broncos beat the Panthers 36-14.

29. Plenty of five-star recruits.

In last year’s Super Bowl there were zero former five-star high school recruits. Not the case this time around.

The Panthers have five former Rivals five-star recruits: Cam Newton, Ted Ginn Jr. Greg Olsen, Jonathan Stewart and Shaq Thompson. The Broncos only have one: Andre Caldwell.

Olsen is one of six five-star recruits in the big game. (USATSI)

30. Media day in prime time.

This year’s Super Bowl Media Day will be a prime-time event — starting at 8 p.m. ET on Feb. 1 — for the first time ever.

Media day was typically held on Tuesday morning before the big game.

31. There’s extra hardware for this year’s Super Bowl winners.

To commemorate the 50th Super Bowl, outside of receiving the Vince Lombardi Trophy, the winning team will get 18-karat gold numerals “5” and “0.”

32. Four of the last five Super Bowls have come down to the last play.

Not counting kneel-downs, of course.

Last year’s Malcolm Butler interception. Two years before that, Colin Kaepernick just missed Michael Crabtree in the back of the end zone against the Ravens. The year before that, Tom Brady heaved a Hail Mary attempt that went incomplete against the Giants. A year prior, the Steelers didn’t convert on fourth down as the Packers hung onto a six-point lead.

33. Levi’s Stadium gets the fans close to the action.

Really close.

It’s designed to place about two-thirds of the fans in the lower bowl, the largest fraction of that kind in the NFL.

34. The naming rights for Levi’s Stadium were not cheap.

Levi’s will pay the city of Santa Clara and the 49ers a whopping $220.3 million over 20 years.

Levi’s paid a lot of money to have its name on the 49ers’ stadium. (USATSI)

35. For the third year in a row, the two No. 1 seeds will meet in the Super Bowl.

It’s the sixth time since the NFL’s playoff structure was expanded to 12 teams.

36. Eighteen within reach.

If the Panthers win, they’ll be the fourth team in NFL history to finish with 18 wins. The Patriots finished 18-1 in the 2007-2008 season but lost that year’s Super Bowl to the Giants. The 1985 Bears and the 1984 49ers also went 18-1. The 1972 Dolphins went undefeated but only won 17 games.

37. There are no former Panthers on the Broncos and no former Broncos on the Panthers.

… who played for either team in the regular season, that is. Right tackle Mike Remmers was technically a member of the Broncos starting in May of 2012, but he was cut that August.

38. The two head coaches in Super Bowl 50 faced off against each other as players.

Well, kind of.

Kubiak actually threw six passes in a 1984 game against the Bears, which was Rivera’s rookie year in Chicago. But Rivera didn’t play in that contest.

The Broncos and Bears met again in 1987. Rivera was on the field and hand and interception, but Kubiak was backing up John Elway. Both were members of those respective teams in 1990 when the Bears and Broncos met again, but neither played.

Before he was Denver’s coach, Kubiak was the Broncos’ QB. (USATSI)

39. Broncos backup center is James Ferentz, the son of Iowa head coach Kirk Ferentz.

James went to Iowa and entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2014 with the Houston Texans.

40. Beyonce is making history.

She’s performing at halftime of Super Bowl 50, making her the first female to repeat as a Super Bowl halftime performer.

Beyonce performed during the halftime show in 2013 too. (Getty Images)

41. Ohio State is the most well-represented college in the Super Bowl.

There are five former Buckeyes. Bradley Roby on the Broncos and Ted Ginn Jr., Kurt Coleman, Philly Brown and Andrew Norwell on the Panthers.

42. For the first time in Super Bowl history, the No. 1 and No. 2 overall picks from the same draft will square off in the Super Bowl.

Cam Newton went No. 1 overall in 2011. The Broncos took Von Miller with the next pick. Imagine if Andrew Luck decided enter that draft. Things may have looked a lot differently today.

Miller followed Newton in the 2011 draft. (USATSI)

43. A return trip to the Super Bowl.

Panthers wideout Kevin Norwood is the only player on one of the Super Bowl 50 teams who was a member of either the Patriots or Seahawks in last year’s Super Bowl 49.

Unfortunately for Norwood, who played for Seattle, he was inactive for the game. Fortunately for him, he’ll always be the answer to this trivia question.

Norwood is making his second straight trip to the title game. (USATSI)

44. Billions in bets.

According to the American Gaming Commission, American’s will wager a total of $4.2 billion on Super Bowl 50. The AGC also predicts just $4.1 billion will be illegal gambling.

45. This matchup was a long shot.

According to 5Dimes, a Broncos-Panthers Super Bowl matchup was 184-1 before the season started. Quite the long shot, that’s for sure.

46. Demaryius Thomas is already in the Super Bowl record books.

In his only other Super Bowl appearance two years ago, the Broncos receiver set a Super Bowl record with 13 receptions.

Unfortunately for him, it came in the 43-8 beatdown the Seahawks put on his Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII.

Thomas hopes to come out on the winning side this time around. (USATSI)

47. Peyton Manning needs to throw 21 passes to move past John Elway.

… in most career passes in Super Bowl history. Elway is currently in second with 152. Manning has thrown 132 passes in his Super Bowl career.

48. Peyton Manning needs 140 passing yards to become the sixth quarterback ever with at least 1,000 career passing yards in the Super Bowl.

The others? Terry Bradshaw, John Elway, Joe Montana, Kurt Warner and Tom Brady.

Brady is one of five QBs who’s thrown for more than 1,000 yards in the Super Bowl. (USATSI)

49. Peyton Manning only has two career Super Bowl touchdowns.

Which isn’t even in the Top 10 all-time. If he throws two touchdowns against the Panthers, he’d move into a tie for ninth place with Russell Wilson, Doug Williams and Jim Plunkett

50. The Panthers are traveling a long way for Super Bowl 50.

The trip is 2,680.6 miles from their headquarters in Charlotte, N.C.

The Patriots, coming from Foxborough, Mass., to Glendale, Ariz.,for Super Bowl XLIV in 2008 and last year’s Super Bowl amount to the furthest trips in Super Bowl history at 2,980.4 miles.

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Super Bowl 2016: Panthers vs Broncos Live Stream, TV Coverage, Time, Date and Location

The Super Bowl isn’t simply a championship football game played on Sunday with really cool commercials and a sweet musical performance at halftime. No, it is a full-blown entertainment and sporting spectacle that takes over the host city for more than a week, filled with endless promotions, parties and concerts for fans and non-fans alike.

Although the actual game between the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will be held in Santa Clara at Levi’s Stadium, all of the off-field festivities are centered in the city of San Francisco.
Super Bowl 2016 Panthers vs Broncos Live Stream, TV Coverage, Time, Date and Location
The focal point of the world’s biggest party is Super Bowl City, a free, family-friendly festival throughout the week celebrating Super Bowl 50 and culture of the Bay Area. The other continuous event surrounding the big game is the NFL Experience, an interactive theme park including youth football clinics, autograph sessions and a ton of participatory games such as kicking field goals, running the 40-yard dash and a vertical-jump competition.

In addition to those ongoing attractions, which are free and open to the public, there’s also several special events starting Friday and through the weekend that give visitors a more in-depth and VIP-like Super Bowl experience (sometimes with a hefty price tag, though).

On Friday afternoon, the league hosts the Pro Football Hall of Fame Super Bowl Luncheon, and puts on a charity bowling tournament featuring NFL legends. Later that night is the annual Super Bowl Gospel Celebration at the Paramount Theatre in Oakland.

The fun on Saturday includes the annual Super Bowl Breakfast, a celebrity golf tournament and the “Taste of the NFL” featuring dishes prepared by chefs from each NFL city. Super Bowl eve concludes with the league’s awards show — NFL Honors — which celebrates the best players and performances from the 2015 season.

The big game doesn’t kick off until 6:30 p.m. ET on Sunday, and you can ready for all the action with a whopping seven and a half hours of pregame programming on CBS starting at 11 a.m. ET. There will also be several sponsored tailgate parties in the Bay Area, along with the NFL Alumni Official Gameday Brunch, to make sure that you won’t have an empty stomach come game time.

For more events in the San Francisco area, check out this comprehensive calendar from the San Jose Mercury News.

The full weekend schedule is below. For more information on each event, visit the official site of the San Francisco Super Bowl host committee.

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Friday

2 p.m. – 1 a.m. — Super Bowl City

5 p.m. – 1 a.m. — NFL Experience

2 p.m. — Pro Football Hall of Fame Super Bowl Luncheon

7 p.m. — Legends on the Lanes (bowling tournament)

10:30 p.m. — Gospel Celebration
Saturday

2 p.m. – 1 a.m. — Super Bowl City

1 p.m. – 1 a.m. — NFL Experience

11 a.m. — Super Bowl 50 Celebrity Golf Classic

9 p.m.  — Taste of the NFL

9 p.m. — NFL Honors live broadcast on CBS
Sunday Television Programming (CBS)

11 a.m. — Super Bowl 50: Before They Were Pros

12 p.m. — Road to the Super Bowl

1 p.m. — Phil Simms All-Iron Team: Super Bowl Edition

2 – 6 p.m.The Super Bowl Today

6- 6:30 p.m. — Super Bowl on CBS Kick-off Show
Sunday events

1 p.m. — NFL Alumni Brunch

1 – 5 p.m. — Super Bowl City

1 – 5 p.m. — NFL Experience

5:15 p.m. — Team warmups

6:15 p.m. — National anthem and player introductions

6:30 p.m. — Super Bowl 50

Super Bowl 2016: Time, Live stream, TV schedule and location for Panthers vs. Broncos

Super Bowl 2016: Time, TV schedule, date and location for Panthers vs. Broncos

And then there were two. The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers won their respective conferences and are set to face other in Super Bowl 50 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara. The game will be televised on CBS, with Jim Nantz and Phil Simms on the call.

The Broncos knocked off the defending champion New England Patriots, 20-18, in the AFC Championship. Peyton Manning threw two touchdowns to Owen Daniels, but otherwise the 40-year-old quarterback played game manager with his defense putting on an inspired performance. Tom Brady was harassed all day by Denver’s defense, which sacked him four times and forced two interceptions.

Super Bowl 2016 Time, Live stream, TV schedule and location for Panthers vs. Broncos

Still, Brady nearly completed a comeback thanks to Rob Gronkowski, who made a brilliant catch on fourth-down to save the Patriots’ last drive and scored a touchdown to make it 20-18. However, the Patriots’ two-point conversion failed, sending Manning to the Super Bowl for the third time in his career.

The Panthers had little trouble taking care of the Arizona Cardinals. They jumped out to a 17-0 lead in the first quarter and eventually ran away with the 49-15 victory. Cam Newton threw two touchdowns and ran for two more, while the defense terrorized Carson Palmer. Palmer melted down with four interceptions, one of which was returned for a touchdown by Luke Kuechly. He also lost two fumbles. It was a disappointing finish for Palmer, who played at an MVP level for most of the year.
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This is the second time Carolina made the Super Bowl, and the first time in Newton’s career. The Panthers last made the big game in the 2003 season, falling to the Patriots, 32-29. The Broncos made the Super Bowl eight times in their history, although they only won it twice. John Elway raised the Lombardi Trophy in the 1997 and 1998 seasons, capping off his Hall of Fame career in style.

How to watch

When: Sunday, Feb. 7, 6:35 p.m. ET

Where: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, Calif.

TV: CBS

Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson

Online: Verizon NFL Mobile

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