This Time-lapse Of The Super Bowl Half Time Show Is Incredible

This Time-lapse Of The Super Bowl Half Time Show Is Incredible
Andrew Lowth
Andrew Lowth

6 Feb 2017

We've all seen the end of the first half of the Super Bowl whereby the field is completely empty barring the players who are taking part as they walk towards their respective tunnels.

Then, after all of the ads and studio analysis, we cut back to the field and all of a sudden there's a stage and a massive set up for the half time show.

But how exactly does this happen.

Beat writer for the Cincinnati Bengals, Paul Dehner Jr., posted an awesome time-lapse of how exactly the entire thing transpires, and the amount of work that goes in to get it all together:

 

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