How The Super Bowl Halftime Stage Comes Together

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — When Adam Levine and Maroon 5 take the stage for the Super Bowl LIII halftime show, there will be a commotion of organized chaos behind the scenes as thousands work to build and strike the massive set pieces in a short 12-minute window.

"There's about 1,500 people ready to rush the field," says Erik Eastland, co-founder of All Access Staging & Productions. "If we get a flat tire, or a caster breaks, it could be a lot of trouble."

Eastland's company has produced the halftime show for a decade. Speaking with WBZ NewsRadio, he revealed how the stage comes together. "It's just this big LEGO set. And we put as many LEGO parts together as we can," Eastland said. "When it's go time, there could be upwards of 3,000 people on the field. And they all know what they're doing."

WBZ NewsRadio's Drew Moholland reports:

 

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