Everything El Pasoans Need to Know About Super Bowl LVII
It's almost that time! The bowl of the super. Rihanna concert as a new mom. Commercials we've already seen on YouTube.
And of course Fox's broadcast of Super Bowl LVII! The Philadelphia Eagles take on the Kansas City Chiefs in a brotherly rivalry that can only be compared to Prince Haz and Willy.
That's right... brothers face off in the Super Bowl for the first time EVER. Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs star tight end (and former reality star), will be playing against his brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce.
Here's their mom, Donna, who said on the "Today" show she’s looking forward to the matchup between her sons, each of whom has already enjoyed a Super Bowl win. “They’ve already got the first win under their belts, so this is just going to be pure joy. We’re going to really enjoy this, have a great time,” the proud mama shares. “Obviously, there’s going to be somebody that’s going to go home heartbroken. They won’t have the bragging rights at the Thanksgiving table, but this is going to be an awesome event and I’m really looking forward to it.”
Another first? The first-ever Apple Music halftime show. Featuring Rihanna, who just had her first baby, and just teased fans with a first-look trailer.
Kickoff for the Super Bowl will be at 4:30 pm MT on February 12, 2023, at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona. If you don't have tickets to the game but want to head to Glendale for party hopping or viewing parties... you can totally drive there from El Paso. Just over 6 hours away and surrounded by boroughs to crash in (since most hotels will be booked up) you can make Super Bowl LVII a weekend trip. Experience the magic while it's within reach.
Who took up that offer but our very own stupid jerk Steve Kaplowitz from 600 ESPN and the nice one Adrian Broaddus. Beginning on Wednesday they will be doing their shows LIVE (4-7 pm) from radio row and reporting back to the Buzz Adams Morning show with all of the dirty details surrounding the big game. Expect tons of guests including current and former NFL stars, hall-of-famers, and other celebrities.
Finally, if a trip to Arizona isn't in the books for you - here are all of your viewing options in El Paso. If you don't have access to a TV or Radio there are thousands of bars and restaurants that will be broadcasting it around town. Just bring an umbrella. Ella. Ella.
FOX, Fox Deportes, Fox Sports App, and NFL+ are all options for El Pasoans to watch Super Bowl LVII in Texas. You can also listen over the airwaves on SiriusXM NFL Radio.