Coke Zero Halftime Entertainment Set


By WVU Sports Marketing for WVUsports.com
December 15, 2013 07:06 PM
 
Coke Zero has revealed the halftime entertainment act lineup for the 2013-14 WVU men’s basketball season.
 
The first Coke Zero halftime act has been a favorite for fans of all ages across the country – the amazing duo Quick Change appears at the Coliseum on Sunday, Dec. 22, when West Virginia hosts Purdue. Quick Change performs a series of magical costume transformations in seconds and always leaves the crowd wondering how the duo pulls it off. The game is also Coca-Cola Family Day – purchase four tickets, four hot dogs, four Cokes & a popcorn for just $60 at WVUGAME.com or 1-800-WVU GAME.
 
WVU’s Big 12 home opener against Oklahoma State will feature Tony Hoard and the K9 Crew on Saturday, Jan. 11. The K9 Crew entourage includes dogs that perform acrobatic routines all across the country. The Crew has been featured on Good Morning America and Animal Planet. Last spring, Sprocket Rocket, a mix of Border Collie/Australian Cattle Dog, wow’d a packed Coliseum crowd by showing his routine wasn’t all bark with no bite.
 
The Just Jumpin’ “Bungie Jumpers” jump rope team will bounce into the Coliseum on Monday, Feb. 10, for the Iowa State game. With members ranging from 5-12 in age, fans won’t believe the skills these kids display while performing one of America’s most common childhood exercises.
 
The Air Elite Dunkers will help the Mountaineer basketball regular season come to a slamming finish when Kansas plays WVU on Saturday, March 8. Air Elite’s team of high-flying monster dunkers has rocked college and NBA arenas from coast to coast.
 
To purchase tickets, visit WVUGAME.com or call 1-800-WVU GAME.
 
2013-14 Coke Zero Halftime Entertainment Lineup
•             Dec. 22 vs. Purdue – Quick Change
•             Jan. 11 vs. Oklahoma State – K9 Crew
•             Feb. 10 vs. Iowa State – Just Jumpin’
•             March 8 vs. Kansas – Air Elite



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