Fascinating read: The pandemic has all but shut down the income streams for halftime performers, who typically make $1,500 to $5,000 a show.

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I remember seeing Red Panda for the first time at a Gophers/Northwestern game. The Goph's were terrible and the game was even worse. Then Red Panda (and Camera Girl-anyone remember her?) came out and got the biggest ovation of the day by far. She blew my mind. Northwestern killed us by the way. That was near the end of the Monson era.
I remember camera girl. Excellent posture.
 

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Honestly....the best halftime show I have seen at a Wolves game (and I've seen a lot of them) was Vanilla Ice.
I was just thinkin' of that one. Yep, that was a good show. Didn't even know he was playing that night though, so it made no difference on my deciding to go there that game. After that, I've always found the halftime acts pretty lame.
 
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