Perhaps the setting for the first power outage in Super Bowl history was quite fitting. After all, the Superdome has hosted some of the most bizarre moments in sports history such as Chris Webber's infamous timeout and Roberto Duran's stunning No Mas surrender against Sugar Ray Leonard.

Now Ravens' 34-31 win against the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII will forever be known for the lights going out early in the third quarter.

With Baltimore ahead 28-6, the lights and scoreboard at the Superdome clicked off at 7:37 p.m. CT, thanks to a power surge. This caused a 34-minute delay, and when play resumed, the 49ers staged a memorable comeback to provide a thrilling finish to what had been shaping up to be a blowout.

The 49ers had experience with lights failing. Their 2011 Monday Night Football game against the Steelers at Candlestick Park had two separate stoppages because of power failure. Here's a look at that moment and other notable stadium breakdowns:

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