Super Bowl 47 takes place tonight in New Orleans at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.  Kick off is at 5:30 PM CT/6:30 PM ET. 

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There's no better place for the Super Bowl to take place.  The beautiful city of New Orleans is home to dreams, the best food in the world, the greatest music and the might New Orleans Saints.  The Saints winning the Super Bowl was just what New Orleans needed.  They gave their city hope when they needed it the most after the ravaging effects of Hurricane Katrina.

What you need to know is New Orleans is back!  If your going to be in the city this weekend, here's a couple of things you should know.

It's Mardi Gras time as well!

Tonight New Orleans welcomes the fans and players of the 47th Super Bowl.  Believe it or not their are still some tickets available at ticketmaster.com.  The cheapest tickets are going to run you about $1,000 dollars while the highest tickets will run upwards $12,000.

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Tonight's game will make history and for one family is guaranteed to end in both joy and despair. As head coaches of the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers, brothers John and Jim Harbaugh cannot both finish on the winning side. John and Jim sat down Friday morning to talk about their family, and the momentous event.

On top of that, Super Bowl 47 will be bitter sweet for Ray Lewis as the NFL great says goodbye to football.  The 37-year old, 6' 1", 240 lb LB is a lifetime Raven and has played for the team for 17 seasons.  This will be Rays second Super Bowl appearance.  He was a member of the Baltimore Ravens team that defeated the New York Giants, 34-7, in Super Bowl XXXV on January 28, 2001. Ray did his last dance in Baltimore as thanked the Ravens fans for all their love and support through the years.

Don't miss all the excitement as Alicia Keys opens the big game by singing the national anthem and Beyonce rocks the stage for halftime.  Tonight it's going down in New Orleans as the San Fransisco 49's take on the Baltimore Ravens.  It's pretty much any ones game.  However, everybody has a favorite.  Question is, who's yours?  Who is going to win the NFL'S biggest game?