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Pepsi Presents “The 5th Quarter in The French Quarter”

Sun, February 3, 2013 11:43am EDT by Russ Weakland Add first Comment
Pepsi Presents “The 5th Quarter in The French Quarter”

We all know that Pepsi and Beyonce have things covered during the Halftime show but it doesn’t end there! Pepsi will present the greatest post game bash after the Super Bowl, proving that they know exactly how to make the Big Game the absolute place to be!

But Pepsi is also not forgetting that next week is all about the Grammys! Check out all their plans for the post bash and the biggest night in music! Speaking of music, the party will have DJ Solagne Knowles & DJ Arie which is sure to make the post game party so much fun and will be there to make sure you hear all the awesome details! It simply will be legendary!

The party in New Orleans will continue even after the last whistle blows at Super Bowl XLVII as Pepsi is starting a new Super Bowl tradition with the “5th Quarter in the French Quarter” Post-Game Bash. Pepsi has invited 2013 Grammy Award nominees Hunter Hayes (Best New Artist) and The Roots (Best Rap Album) to perform, with a special guest appearance by New Orleans icon and jazz superstar Trombone Shorty to provide some of the best entertainment around.

In true Pepsi tradition, this will easily be the best party of the Super Bowl weekend!

When The Super Bowl Meets The Grammys!

The “5th Quarter in the French Quarter” is an event created to blend Pepsi’s sports and entertainment partnerships. The talent was handpicked to represent GRAMMY® nominees. Which staring next weekend will be as always the Super Bowl of the music industry!

Pepsi is returning as the “Official Beverage” of the GRAMMY®s, on February 10. How awesome is that!

So HollywoodLifers, Enjoy the Super Bowl and love every minute of the Pepsi Halftime show with Beyonce, because Pepsi is on the mission to make the greatest days in entertainment absolutely incredible!

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Watch: Beyonce Superbowl Halftime Show Performance 

Russ Weakland