Well, today is it: Super Bowl XLIII. We've been preparing for the last three weeks and it all comes down to a twelve minute performance this evening. We had yesterday off to rest up and recover from the production party on Friday night, which was at a bowling alley. Cap went in to make sure the monitors on the stage, which blew out after the rainy dress rehearsal, got replaced and hooked up. They are all good to go.
The weather is beautiful: sunny and around 68 degrees for the high. It will be colder than that for the show, which is at approximately 7:45 p.m. after a 6:30 p.m. kickoff.
We all are wearing our game day black shirts and it is highly unlikely you'll see any of our crew on TV. Some of our volunteers are right down in front of the stage, though, so they may get a brief appearance on screen. I'll have plenty of pictures to post in the next day or two and I'll give you a full report of how everything went as soon as I can.