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Back in the early days of the Super Bowl, the halftime show resembled that of most college football games, a marching band. Super Bowl I featured the marching bands from the University of Arizona and Grambling State University. And for the first 20 years, that is all the halftime show was.
And then, in 1987, for Super Bowl XXI, George Burns and some Disney Characters were added to the mix and the halftime show became more of a show.
But it wasn’t until Super Bowl XXV in 1991 that the halftime show became an event. That was when New Kids on the Block performed. Yes, the New Kids. And the Super Bowl halftime show has never been the same.
On the next few pages, we will take a walk through the evolution of the halftime show with a look at the more notable moments…
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