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- What: Philadelphia Eagles vs. New England Patriots
- When: Sunday Feb. 4, 2018
- Time: 6:30 p.m. ET
- Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, MN
Most of the focus on Super Bowl Sunday will be whether the Patriots can continue their dynastic run or whether Nick Foles can lead the Eagles to their first Super Bowl victory. But some attention needs to be paid to what happens in the time between plays, both during halftime with Justin Timberlake’s performance, and on television sets across the country when the telecast goes to break.
The Super Bowl is not only one of the single biggest sporting events annually, but its massive viewership also makes it one of the biggest marketing opportunities for brands each year. That’s why a 30-second television commercial during this year’s big game will average over $5 million.
Budweiser is going for the heartstrings with this ad about providing water to places across the United States that were impacted by natural disasters — specifically Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico, and California. Skylar Grey provides a cover of Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me” for the ad. According to Budweiser, their Cartersville, GA brewery has provided more than 79 million cans of water for relief efforts since 1988, including two million last year.
The New England Patriots will take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday when the NFL championship game kicks off live from the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. ET’s already rounded up how to watch, who the celebrities are rooting for and everything else you need to know about the actual game, but now we’re giving you some insight into this year’s highly anticipated performances.
First, Hamilton star Leslie Odom Jr. will belt out a sure-to-be-beautiful rendition of “America the Beautiful” as part of the pre-game festivities, following in the footsteps of artists like Alicia Keys, Faith Hill, Mary J. Blige and Queen Latifah, who have sang the song at previous Super Bowl games.