Super Bowl 2014: Next year may have NO Halftime Show as NJ will be too cold
Organizers reveal they have no plans for a musical performance at the 2014 Super Bowl in New Jersey
NFL officials fear that freezing temperatures will make it impossible to stage spectacular event
The challenges of a cold-weather Superbowl are not just musical - there is a long list of potential problems for the organizers.
The 2014 Super Bowl is the first to be staged in two states as New Jersey and New York are collaborating to host the massive event.
As a result, mass transit in the event of heavy snowfall is a major concern.
'The NFL is freaking out about these issues because they’ve never done a cold-weather Super Bowl,' one source told the Post.
'There are a thousand things we didn’t think about,' another source said.