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Chiefs Super Bowl parade live updates, highlights, best moments from 2023 celebration

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The Chiefs have been celebrating their Super Bowl 57 everywhere from Arizona, to Kansas City, and even to Disneyland. On Wednesday, the celebration continues with the city’s second championship parade in four years.

Patrick Mahomes, Andy Reid, and the rest of the Chiefs will take a ride through downtown Kansas City with the Lombardi Trophy in hand. Considering the number of personalities on this Chiefs team, this won’t be a boring parade. Travis Kelce, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Chris Jones always have something to say.

While the weather might not let us see Reid in a Hawaiian shirt, he has said he enjoyed this Super Bowl experience more than he has in the past and should deliver some hilarious moments on Wednesday.

Mahomes might not be ready to call this a dynasty, but two championships, and three AFC titles in four years is about as close as a team can get in today’s NFL. That’s reason to celebrate. 

MORE: Watch the Chiefs Super Bowl parade live on fuboTV (free trial)

The Sporting News is tracking live updates and highlights from the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 57 victory parade on Wednesday. Follow along for all of the key moments. 

Chiefs Super Bowl parade live updates, best moments

Updates will begin closer to the parade start time of 1 p.m. ET (12 p.m. local time).

Chiefs Super Bowl parade start time

  • Date: Wednesday, Feb. 15
  • Start time: 12 p.m. CT (1 p.m. ET)

The Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade is set to start at 12 p.m. local time in Kansas City (1 p.m. ET). It’s a pretty straightforward route, running right down Grand Blvd just as it did in 2020. 

What channel is the Chiefs Super Bowl parade on?

  • TV channel (national): NFL Network
  • Local channel: KSHB (NBC)
  • Live stream: NFL.com, fuboTV

Local NBC affiliate KSHB is set to broadcast the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade on Wednesday. Additionally, NFL Network tends to broadcast most of the parade, including key moments and victory rallies.

Cord-cutters will be able to stream the parade on NFL.com or fuboTV, which offers a free trial.

Credit: sportingnews.com

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