Yesterday, the Super Bowl Host Committee revealed new information on the performances that will take place on the Pepsi and Verizon Stages in the Super Bowl Village. The shows are free to the public and are set to begin on Friday, January 27 and run through the Saturday prior to the Super Bowl, February 4.
"The Super Bowl Village will provide an outdoor fan festival gathering spot for visitors and residents alike to enjoy," said Allison Melangton, president and chief executive officer of the 2012 Indianapolis Super Bowl Host Committee. "Whether you're a fan of country, hip-hop or rock, you'll find music on both stages to enjoy."
The Emmy-award winning Zuri Hall will be the onstage host for the Super Bowl Village festivities, as well as for "Village TV." Comedian Mike Epps will also provide special performances throughout the week.
Aside from various musical performances, the Super Bowl Village will include both activities and a multitude of dining options for the public to enjoy. "Fire and Ice" lounges and Papa John's have announced that they will be selling food and beverages at various locations around the Super Bowl Village.
A wide range of activities will occur, as well. A fewinclude the Super Dash, in which fans of the opposing Super Bowl teams will power wheels for a 100-yard dash, and Kinect NFL PLAY 60 FanDome in which fans engage in full-body Kinect Xbox 360 gaming through a 360-degree inflated dome.
The Huddle at Circle Center, located near the Super Bowl Village, will also provide dining and entertainment for guests. Restaurants open will include Chef's Table and End Zone Beer Garden. A warming area, NFL Ticket Exchange, LIDS Locker Room, various types of entertainment, and live WISH-TV broadcasts will also be available at the Huddle.
The Bob & Tom Show will broadcast live at the Huddle on Thursday, February 2 and Friday, February 3.
Hours of operation for The Huddle vary; check out The Huddle at Circle Center for more information.