The Kansas City Chiefs edged the Philadelphia Eagles with a last-minute field goal in Super Bowl 57 to claim their second championship in four years with two-time league MVP quarterback Patrick Mahomes at the helm.
Fans crowded the streets of Kansas City, Missouri, Wednesday to catch a glimpse of Mahomes, Travis Kelce and crew parading through downtown with the Vince Lombardi Trophy.
Tune into live coverage of the parade at the stream above. The parade was scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. ET/Noon p.m. CT.
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Kansas City Chiefs Parade 2023 schedule, route
The parade starts at Noon local time (CT).
The team’s parade will cover just over two miles down Grand Boulevard and is estimated to take about an hour and a half before it arrives in front of Kansas City’s historic Union Station, according to the Kansas City Sports Commission. There, fans will be treated to a celebration rally that will last another hour.
Video posted to Twitter showed Chiefs fans braving the cold and setting up their spots along the parade route early Wednesday morning, several hours ahead of the event. The temperature at Noon CT was 38, but felt like 31, according to Weather.com.
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