On September 11, 2017, Kivett Productions created two Card Stunts for the Minnesota Vikings that included 67,000 cards. One Card Stunt was patriotic in support of the victims of 9/11, and the other Card Stunt honored Vikings legend Randy Moss.
National Anthem Card Stunts - Mexican National Anthem Julion Alvarez Himno nacional Mexicano MONDAY NIGHT NFL MEXICO D F estadio azteca Texanos vs Raiders Julian Alvarez singing Mexico's National Anthem At Raiders VS Texans Game In Mexico City. NFL Houston Texans vs. Oakland Raiders Estadia Azteca The United States National Anthem was also performed by Becky G, accompanied by the Flag of the United States represented in a card stunt by Kivett Productions.
National Anthem Card Stunts - United States National Anthem Becky G Singing USA's National Anthem At Raiders VS Texans Game In Mexico City. NFL Houston Texans vs. Oakland Raiders Estadia Azteca The Mexican National Anthem was also performed by Julion Alvarez, accompanied by the Flag of Mexico represented in a card stunt by Kivett Productions. Julion Alvarez Himno nacional Mexicano MONDAY NIGHT NFL MEXICO D F estadio azteca Texanos vs Raiders
As part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 65,000 Patriots Fans created a Stadium Card Stunt to promote Breast Cancer Awareness at Gillette Stadium. The card stunt was part of the NFL's "A Crucial Catch" campaign to promote early detection of Breast Cancer. The card stunt was produced by Kivett Production along with the New England Patriots.
Joe KivettOctober 16, 2016
The Buffalo Bills honored Bruce Smith on September 15, 2016 by retiring his jersey - #78. 7,500 Bills fans held up cards to create a card stunt the read, BRUCE #78. The card stunt was produced by Kivett Productions.
Joe KivettSeptember 15, 2016
Kivett Productions was hired by Touchdown Entertainment to produce two audience card stunts and one field card stunt for the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show which featured Coldplay, Beyonce’ and Bruno Mars. 72,000 fans at Levi’s Stadium participated in the audience card stunts which took 120 workers 10 hours to install. 265 performers made up the field card stunt which was the Pepsi logo (Pepsi was the Halftime Show sponsor).
Joe KivettFebruary 22, 2016