What are the requirements for a perfect Super Bowl Sunday?
I would start with a couch, obviously, and maybe even a coffee table to put your feet on. While you’re at it, you will need snacks for that coffee table, lots of them. Chances are you won’t be moving for a few hours, especially if you watch the halftime show.
The big game (or as I call it, the End of Football Celebration) is not complete without these things. I’d argue the performance break is a large part of what draws thousands to watch it every year.
(And this year, the music industry is making a larger-than-life impact on the football community, if you know what I mean.)
Super Bowl LVIII will feature a performance by Usher, and everyone who went through adolescence or early adulthood in the 2010s is geeked out over this. Nothing gets the young crowd on their feet like songs “Yeah!” or “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love.”
If you’re not familiar with Usher, you should probably do your research so as to truly experience the Super Bowl for what it is. Remember, football and music can exist in harmony! (Pun intended.)
While you wait to dive into buffalo chicken dip and place $20 on a score square on Sunday, there are other events going on that can tide you over. See the following.
Dance between the sculptures at Butler AM Rotary’s Carved in Ice Festival in Diamond Park this weekend. Have food and drink and good times from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 10.
See “The Little Prince” on stage at Lincoln Park Performing Arts Center in Beaver County starting Friday and continuing through the weekend. More information about the beloved children’s classic and tickets are available at lincolnparkarts.org.
Run the Cupid’s Chase 5K at Lake Arthur Golf Club, 255 Isle Road, on Saturday. Check in starts at 8:30 a.m. with the race beginning at 10 a.m. This race is for anyone to walk or run!
The Digital Art Show at the Butler Art Center and Gallery has an opening reception at 2 p.m. Sunday. The show will run until March 8.
Opus I Music Society will meet at 9:30 a.m. Monday in LifePointe Alliance Church’s music room. A student performer will give a presentation on her love of physics and music. Enjoy refreshments, networking and the free presentation at 997 Route 228, Adams Township. For more information, call 724-601-7072.
The Bach Society, a community choir based out of Grove City, is in need of tenors and basses for the group’s spring concerts on May 3 and 4. If you are interested in joining, email the choir president at email@example.com for more information.