It’s time for the Kansas City Chiefs to flex!
The Kansas City Chiefs are holding their Super Bowl LVII championship parade after winning their third NFL title as a franchise and their second in the last four seasons.
The route of the parade is similar to the one the Chiefs held back in 2020 when they won Super Bowl LIV over the San Francisco 49ers. The parade will be rolling down Grand Boulevard in downtown Kansas City, beginning at 6th street and going through downtown and the Crossroads before going on Pershing Road. The parade will end at Union Station. (RELATED: ‘I Didn’t Do Sh*t’: Melvin Gordon Makes Blunt Admission, Keeps It Real After Kansas City Chiefs Win Super Bowl)
The team will also be holding a rally in front of Union Station, with hundreds of thousands of fans expected to be in attendance.
The 2020 parade featured roughly 800,000 to 1 million fans, with projections being even higher this go-around, and sitting here watching it right now, I can believe it. I’m seeing just a big ass sea of red:
SEA OF RED! What a crew already packed down at Union Station. @KCTV5 #Chiefs #ChiefsParade pic.twitter.com/D0bgqhYt3g
— Meteorologist Warren Sears (@WarrenKCTV5) February 15, 2023
Now that I’ve gotten over my “salty” behavior (as some of you have labeled it) after the Philadelphia Eagles’ loss in the Super Bowl, I’m happy for the Kansas City Chiefs, and Patrick Mahomes is kinda cool:
MVPatrick. (via @BrittanyLynne)
📺: @Chiefs Super Bowl parade LIVE on @nflnetwork pic.twitter.com/DdtLjN7Wcl
— NFL (@NFL) February 15, 2023
I’m loving how he’s celebrating with the Super Bowl MVP trophy and rockin’ the WWE championship belt — so much swag.
Pat Mahomes is feeling GOOD at the Chiefs parade 😂
(via @Cryptin_NSippin) pic.twitter.com/ehzVNJWcR9
— FanDuel Sportsbook (@FDSportsbook) February 15, 2023
Party on, playa.