Read this to prepare for the Super Bowl parade

It’s time to celebrate our back-to-back champs.

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KC’s red sea will soon flood the streets.

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Love is in the air. That’s what happens when your team wins Super Bowls back to back, baby. On Wednesday, Feb. 14, we’ll celebrate our KC pride + the newly minted Chiefs dynasty with a parade that promises to be the ultimate love fest. Make sure you bookmark this guide so you know exactly how to maximize your parade party.

Party overview

  • Parade | 11 a.m.-12:45 p.m. | The procession will start at the corner of 6th Street and Grand Boulevard. It will continue south down Grand, west on Pershing Road, north on Main, and wrap up at Union Station.
  • Pep Rally | 12:45-1:45 p.m. | Then comes the rally. It will be in front of Union Station and on the north lawn of the National WWI Museum and Memorial. (These are the times of the official rally but we advise you to be prepared for an all-day-long downtown celebration.)
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Pick out your seats now.

Map courtesy of Kansas City Sports Commission

Where to watch

Can’t make it (or don’t want to brave traffic)? The celebration will air on KSHB 41 and stream live on starting at 4:30 a.m.

Transit + traffic

Many street closures are already active. Get the deets on closures, pedestrian crossings, parking, and public transit here.

Fun finds

  • Heartland Coca-Cola released limited edition World Champions cans available at retailers across the metro starting on parade day.
  • The WWI Museum and Memorial will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a discounted admission rate of $10.

Red Kingdom reminiscing

Let’s reflect on our old flame: last year’s victory parade.

  • City officials estimate that ~1 million people attended the 2023 parade.
  • The high was 48º, but this year mother nature is showing her love by giving us a whopping 62º of good vibes.
  • Tech N9ne performed “Red Kingdom” in front of his largest crowd yet.
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