Monday, February 4, 2013
The entertainer, fresh from an exciting Super Bowl halftime performance, will play at the Gwinnett Arena in July.
Beyonce fans in Gwinnett, you're in for an encore. The popular entertainer, who "killed it" -- in the words of social media chatter -- in Sunday's Super Bowl 2013 halftime show, plans to bring her new tour to Gwinnett in July. According to the Gwinnett Arena calendar and Beyonce's website announcement, the "Mrs. Carter Show" world tour will be at the Gwinnett Arena on July 12. Doors will open at 7 p.m., according to the arena calendar. It will be the only Atlanta-area appearance. Tickets for the Gwinnett show in Duluth will go on sale Saturday, Feb. 16, according to the arena website. According to the tour website, Beyonce will play 22 shows in North America, beginning June 28 in Los Angeles. She will wrap things up at home in New York …
It was a thrilling evening, with a close game, great entertainment -- and a 30-minute power outage.
Updated 10:46 a.m. Super Bowl 2013 provided a thrilling ending Sunday (February 3) to the pro football season, with the Baltimore Ravens holding off the San Francisco 49ers 34-31 to win the NFL title in New Orleans. Not until a fourth-down pass from the 49ers' Colin Kaepernick was incomplete in the end zone in the final two minutes was the game effectively decided. The 49ers were trailing 34-29 at that point. Early in the second half, Baltimore had led 28-6, but a power outage in the Superdome halted play for about 30 minutes, and seemed to give San Francisco a chance to regroup. Here is what some key media outlets are reporting about Sunday's game and key aspects: -- How did you like the 2013 Super Bowl? What were your favorite …
Friday, February 1, 2013
News leading up to Sunday's NFL title game between the Ravens and the 49ers.
The Super Bowl between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers will be Sunday, Feb. 3. The game will be televised on CBS, with kickoff set for 6:30 p.m. --- The Super Bowl halftime show has gotten to be about as much of an event as the game itself, with a superstar performer and the ensuing celebrity buzz. And so it is in 2013, with Beyonce the scheduled performer. She follows a long list of celebs, such as Madonna (in 2012), Tom Petty, the Rolling Stones and Paul McCartney. This year, the buzz is not just about what Beyonce will perform in the 12-minute set. In meeting the Super Bowl media Thursday (Jan. 31), she also had to deal with a possible Destiny's Child reunion and whether she was "lip-synching" her performance of the …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The singer has confirmed the nationally televised gig on Feb. 3. Share your thoughts.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The latest mega-star to give a halftime gig at the Super Bowl -- Beyonce. The singer has confirmed on her website that she will perform at Super Bowl 47, scheduled for Feb. 3, 2013, according to the Huffington Post. It won't be the first Super Bowl appearance for Beyonce, 31. She sang the national anthem at the 2004 game. Beyonce, whose hits include "Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It)," has won 16 Grammy Awards. (The attached video is of a live performance.) Past Super Bowl halftime performers include Madonna, the Rolling Stones, The Who and Paul McCartney. -- Are you glad that Beyonce will perform at the Super Bowl? Who are your favorite Super Bowl halftime performers from past years? Tell us in the comments below.