Chiefs Super Bowl Parade 2024: City Route, Time, and How To Watch Kansas City’s Celebration

The Kansas City Chiefs capped off a long, arduous march to championship glory with Sunday's victory in Super Bowl 58. When and where is their Super Bowl parade?

The Kansas City Chiefs cemented their status as the NFL’s newest dynasty with Sunday’s exciting overtime victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl 58.

The championship win was the team’s third in five years. Kansas City became the first club to go back-to-back since Tom Brady’s New England Patriots two decades prior. Similarly, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes joined Brady (along with Terry Bradshaw, Joe Montana, and Troy Aikman) as signal-callers to have captured at least three Super Bowl titles in their careers.

As the old adage states: to the victor goes the spoils. The Chiefs will eventually refocus and set their sights on becoming the first team to three-peat as Super Bowl champions. But for now, they and their fans will celebrate.

The festivities will continue this Wednesday when the Chiefs and their fans gather in downtown Kansas City for what’s becoming a familiar tradition: the annual Super Bowl parade.

When and Where Is Kansas City’s Super Bowl Parade?

Fittingly, for a team and fan base that’s likely feeling a lot of love right now, the parade will take place on Valentine’s Day. It’s slated to begin at 11 a.m. CT.

According to ESPN, the parade route will begin at the intersection of 6th Street and Grand Boulevard and matriculate south toward Union Station.

The parade, which is slated to last approximately 90 minutes, will “follow a similar route to years past,” according to KSHB41. It will be followed immediately by a “party on the lawn of the National World War I Museum and Memorial in front of Union Station.”

The celebration will culminate with speeches from Chiefs players, coaches, and CEO Clark Hunt. You can expect to hear from stars like Mahomes, Travis Kelce, and Andy Reid. Whether or not Kelce’s superstar girlfriend, Taylor Swift, makes an appearance remains to be seen.

Other pseudo-celebs like Kelce’s mother, Donna, and Patrick’s wife, Brittany, figure to be in attendance. Travis’ brother, Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, himself known for delivering a memorable Super Bowl parade speech, will likely be swilling some brews somewhere in the vicinity as well. He’s become something of a fixture during Travis’ latest playoff run.

The victory parade will be broadcast on Kansas City’s local Fox affiliate, FOX4. Out-of-market fans can tune in remotely on the station’s website, fox4kc.com. The league’s flagship station, NFL Network, will assuredly keep viewers apprised on the festivities taking place in Kansas City as well.

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If you can’t tune in, fret not. Patrick Mahomes is only 28 years old. The way his career is trending, this likely won’t be the last time Kansas City hosts a victory parade.

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