While “celebrity watch” is at fever pitch the last days leading to the Super Bowl…there are some great opportunities to see some of your favorites–and avoid the crowds at the same time!
The NBC “Today Show” is broadcasting live from Indianapolis starting Friday. “Today at the Superbowl” kicks-off with Ann Curry and Al Roker broadcasting live from the Super Bowl Village at Pan Am Center at 7 a.m. (My sources tell me Al Roker is already in town doing some prep work.)
Today show promoters say during the show, Adam Levine and Gym Class Heroes will perform a special live concert,
Jimmy Fallon will stop by, and Ann and Al will get a preview of the halftime show featuring Madonna .
And you’re invited to watch it all in person! Just head to the corner of West Georgia Street and South Capitol Avenue–just outside the entrance to the NFL Experience.
On Saturday, Jenna Wolfe will co-host a special Saturday edition of “Today, live from the same location. Crowds are again encouraged to watch the broadcast, which starts at 7 a.m.
On Super Bowl Sunday Ann Curry, Al Roker, Natalie Morales and Savannah Guthrie will broadcast live from Lucas Oil Stadium. (That’s not one you’ll be able to stop by to see–but you can check it out on Channel 13!)
The festivities in Indy will continue through Monday, February 6th, as Al recaps the big game from the Soldiers and Sailors Monument on Monument Circle. That’s one you can watch in person.
While the Today Show starts at 7am–the WTHR Sunrise team is live just ahead of that! Why not get there early and say ‘hi” to Julia Moffitt and Chuck Lofton who continue to take the show live from Super Bowl Village –again, Georgia and Capitol.
You may even run into Jeremy Brilliant who’s roaming the Village and reporting on all things Super Bowl.
Sunrise starts at 4:30a. The Today Show at 7am. Bring some coffee (and a camera!) and spend an entertaining morning with your favorite news teams! Who knows, you might even make it on t-v!