Football fans have one question: what time is kickoff for Super Bowl 2015? While there is only one actual kickoff time, viewers across the country will obviously have to tune in based on their own time zones and channel lineups. The NFL’s Super Bowl 2015 (XLIX) will be held at University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona on February 1, and the game will broadcast live on NBC. Below, get the details you need to make sure you don’t miss a minute of the fun! Find complete kickoff time listings for all major US time zones.
After checking your time zone, find out what time the Puppy Bowl 2015 starts here and watch some of the year’s best Super Bowl commercials 2015 here now. From funny to sexy to emotionally moving, there is truly something for everyone. Plus, get just-released details on the Katy Perry halftime show below.
Super Bowl 2015: What Time Is Kickoff on Feb. 1?
The New England Patriots will face off against the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl 49 (XLIX) on Sunday afternoon, and kickoff will take place at 4:30 PM local Arizona time. For east coast viewers, this means a tune-in time of 6:30 PM, while viewers on the west coast will want to be in front of the TV by 3:30 PM sharp. Here is a complete listing of Super Bowl kickoff times by time zone. (Of course, check your local listings to be sure you have your DVR set properly and that your party plans are in line with when the biggest NFL game of the year starts.)
Pacific Time Zone (PST) 3:30 PM
Alaska Time Zone (AKST) 2:30 PM
Mountain Time Zone (MST) 4:30 PM
Eastern Time Zone (EST) 6:30 PM
Central Time Zone (CST) 5:30 PM
Hawaii Time Zone (HST) 1:30 PM
Super Bowl 2015 Halftime Details: Kate Perry Promises To ‘Bring The Humor’
Katy Perry will star in the Super Bowl 2015 halftime show, with special guest Lenny Kravitz to lend a little rock and roll to her pop. Perry will perform a 12-minute set, and there may be other special guests besides Kravitz. Katy Perry promised her fans she would try to work as many of her most popular songs as she can into the Super Bowl 2015 halftime show this Sunday, so expect to hear plenty of “Firework” and “Eye of the Tiger.” Entertainment news source Just Jared reported on new details about the show on January 27, which you can find here.
Don’t expect any nip slips a la Janet Jackson, or middle fingers a la M.I.A.; Perry says she has no plans to “sabotage” herself on stage. With an estimated viewing audience of 100 million people, that’s probably a safe play.She will, however, attempt to bring the humor. “I’m not so serious,” the pop star explained in a recent interview. “I want to bring the humor. I want to bring the color. I want to bring the sass!”
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While she says she won’t be borrowing any R-rated moves from her predecessors, the Washington Post reports she will be borrowing the industrial strength fans Beyonce used to give her an on-stage blow out during her own Super Bowl halftime show two years back.
Now that we’ve answered the whole “what time is Super Bowl 2015 kickoff?” question, and given you some of the most important details on the halftime entertainment, all that’s left to do is wait for the fun to begin! Stay tuned to this Examiner for more Super Bowl XLIX coverage coming soon, and tune in to NBC on Feb. 1, 2015, at the time listed for your time zone above to catch the action. In the meantime, check out more past Super Bowl commercials here now.