Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs will celebrate their Super Bowl LVIII win with a victory parade in their home city on Valentine's Day
The party continues!
The Chiefs are no strangers to the celebratory scene, as their 2024 Super Bowl win marks the team's second straight NFL Championship title and third in the last five years.
Now, the Chiefs will hit the streets of Kansas City to parade around town and relish in this victorious moment with fans. Nearly one million people flooded the streets of the city last year to celebrate their Super Bowl win.
This year, the city's bracing for even more spectators due to rumors that Travis Kelce's girlfriend, Taylor Swift, might attend. An appearance from the pop star would come on the heels of her support for Kelce at the Big Game and at the various afterparties that followed.
The Chiefs parade in Kansas City will be held a few days after the team's MVP, quarterback Patrick Mahomes, celebrated with his family in Disneyland in California, where he was joined by his wife, Brittany Mahomes and their two children, Sterling Skye, 2, and Patrick "Bronze" Lavon Mahomes, 1.
Read on for everything to know about the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade, including when and where to watch.
Where is the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade taking place?
Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl victory parade takes place in the team's hometown... Kansas City! The parade route starts at 6th Street and Grand Boulevard and heads south toward Union Station.
The parade will "follow a similar route to years past, heading south on Grand Boulevard through downtown Kansas City and before arriving at Kansas City's Union Station," per KSHB 41. The parade will be followed by a "party on the lawn of the National World War I Museum and Memorial in front of Union Station."
When is the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade?
The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl victory parade takes place on Feb. 14, 2024, aka Valentine's Day.
What time does the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade start?
The Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl victory parade starts at 11 a.m. CT, according to KSHB 41. Organizers previously announced that the parade is expected to last approximately 90 minutes.
When the progression reaches the end of the route, a rally will be held outside of Union Station. The gathering will feature speeches from players, coaches and Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt.
Who is going to be in the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade?
Mahomes, Kelce and the entire Kansas City Chiefs team will participate in the Super Bowl parade. The Hunt family will be present, in addition to executives and staff of the NFL franchise.
Quinton Lucas, the Mayor of Kansas City, will also attend. He announced the date of the celebration in an enthusiastic tweet after the Chiefs won the Super Bowl on Feb. 11. "LET'S HAVE A PARADE WEDNESDAY!!!" he wrote on X.
Family and friends of the Chiefs are expected to attend as well, including Mahomes' wife Brittany and Kelce's mom Donna Kelce.
Will Taylor Swift be at the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade?
As the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade coincides with Valentine's Day, of course, fans are wondering whether Swift will be in attendance to support boyfriend Kelce at the celebration. However, her touring schedule could cause complications.
Swift doesn’t have any concerts on Feb. 14. However, she does have a concert in Melbourne, Australia on Feb. 16, which could interfere with her plans. The flight time between Kansas City and Australia is about 18 to 19 hours, and given that Australia is 17 hours ahead of Kansas City, she would be cutting it close if she attended the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory parade on Feb. 14.
Where to watch the Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade?
The entire Super Bowl parade and rally will be broadcast locally on FOX4 and on fox4kc.com. Like years past, the NFL Network should also be showing highlights from the celebration.
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