“We start long before the artist is picked, as the NFL wants information about lighting positions, which we deal with in the summer, and the artist is usually picked in the fall,” explains Bob Barnhart, lighting designer from Full Flood in Los Angeles, who lit the Super Bowl XLIX Halftime Show on February 1, 2015. “We look to see what the stadium can offer the artist creatively. This year’s event was ultimately more like an opening ceremony than a ...

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