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Kansas City Super Bowl parade: when, where, and pro tips

Here’s the time, the parade route, and parking resources.

Photo of Chiefs celebration at Union Station in 2020

We’re dreaming of a sea of red.

Photo by KCtoday

Kansas City is bringing the Lombardi Trophy back from Arizona — and if you missed the fireworks downtown KCMO, we got you. But that’s not the end of the party. It’s just the beginning.

Celebrations will culminate in a Super Bowl victory parade on Wednesday, Feb. 15. Here’s what we know about it:

Start time: 12 p.m.
Route: City Market south on Grand Boulevard to Union Station
At Union Station: Rally at 1:45 p.m., with views from the National WWI Museum & Memorial north lawn

City crews will begin closing these streets Tuesday afternoon (so avoid Grand Boulevard if you can). If you’re driving in to attend, we recommend using these parking resources. And based on last time, bring your walking shoes.

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