Chiefs Super Bowl parade highlights: Best moments as Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce pledge to ‘run it back’

The Chiefs brought their Super Bowl 57 celebration to downtown Kansas City on Wednesday, and what a celebration it was.

Fans filled the streets, some arriving before sunrise, turning Union Station into a sea of ​​red as Patrick Mahomes and the team took a stroll down Grand Blvd with the Lombardi Trophy.

The Chiefs weren’t lacking in confidence. Mahomes drank a lot of beer, Travis Kelce wowed the crowd when he vowed to “play it back” next season, and members of the offensive line wore shirts touting the zero sacks they allowed in Super Bowl 57.

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Chiefs players seemed to spend more time on the ground walking the parade route than on the bus, and many of the team’s first-time champions brought the trophy up close to the fans. Throughout the day, players made it clear that they had fed on the doubters on their way to a championship.

When the Chiefs held their victory rally at Union Station, one message in particular stood out: They expect to be back here next year.

Kansas City has a target on its back once again, but Brett Veach and Andy Reid have built a roster and system to withstand that kind of pressure.

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The Sporting News followed live updates and highlights from the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 57 Victory Parade on Wednesday. Check out the best moments of the celebration.

Chiefs Super Bowl Parade live updates, best moments

(All times Eastern.)

3:35 p.m — The victory rally is over. One message is clear: this team expects to be back next year. The Chiefs will have a target on their back in 2023, but they’re the class of the NFL until proven otherwise.

3:28 p.m – “I have three words for you,” says Chris Jones as he grabs the microphone. “Run it back! Run it back!”

3:27 p.m — Travis Kelce, confident as ever. After a call-and-response touting Mahomes’ MVP and the Chiefs’ success, he says he’s ready to be back next year.

3:24 p.m – Travis Kelce: “The haters said the Chiefs wouldn’t make the playoffs.”

3:23 p.m – Nick Bolton says he will see everyone again at Union Station next year. Both Mahomes and Bolton have said they expect to be back in a year.

3:21 p.m — Mahomes took the stage. He says (incorrectly) that the Chiefs won the Super Bowl during their rebuilding year and says, “We’re not done yet!”

3:19 p.m — Andy Reid made only brief comments on stage, but he made sure to call Kansas City the best city in America.

3:13 p.m – Move over, Eagles fans: A Chiefs fan sits on a stoplight pole to watch the parade. I’ll admit finding him is like finding Waldo, but he’s up there.

3:05 p.m – chants of “Andy! Andy! Andy!” while Hunt praises Andy Reid.

3:00 p.m – Chiefs owner Clark Hunt took the stage at the victory rally and called out the “so-called experts” who said Kansas City was falling behind. Hunt says some believed the Chiefs would be lucky enough to make the playoffs, and this is where the underdog argument begins to deviate from reality.

2:53 p.m — TechN9ne started the victory rally with “Red Kingdom”. He called it the biggest audience he’s ever performed in front of.

2:41 p.m — We’re getting very close to winning the Chiefs. Travis Kelce’s speech is a must-see.

2:34 p.m — This is Matt Nagy helping Patrick Mahomes balance on the bus.

2:32 p.m — The glasses are on and the beer is up for Patrick Mahomes.

2:19 p.m – Orlando Brown with a nice reminder for Brett Veach before his contract expires next month.

2:18 p.m — The Chiefs offensive line took a well-deserved victory lap today.

2:02 p.m – Two-time champion Derrick Nnadi rocks the Lombardi Trophy to sleep along the parade route.

1:56 p.m — Mahomes with an appearance similar to his first parade. Will he get a third next February?

1:44 p.m – Orlando Brown wears a fur coat with a Bud Light in hand. He’s on the parade route with Skyy Moore, Kadarius Toney and others.

1:39 p.m — What do we think Andy Reid eats afterwards?

1:29 p.m – Mahomes wears a WWE belt, has goggles on the side of his head and carries his MVP trophy along the parade route.

1:24 p.m — Look who made it to the party? Jamaal Charles was one of the faces of the Chiefs before the Mahomes era and it looks like he’s still a fan favorite.

1:02 p.m – Super Bowl 57’s biggest celebrity, Donna Kelce, is aboard Travis’ float.

12:59 p.m — Mahomes is ready!

12:49 p.m – Kansas City is on the Missouri side of the Kansas-Missouri border, but Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly is in attendance today to celebrate the Chiefs.

12:13 p.m — Kansas City always turns up for a parade. This is the scene on the grounds of the Chiefs’ victory rally, which will take place after the actual parade.

Chiefs Super Bowl Parade start time

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

The Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade begins at 12 p.m. local time in Kansas City (1 p.m. ET). It’s a fairly straightforward route, going down Grand Blvd just like it does in 2020.

What channel is the Chiefs Super Bowl Parade on?

  • TV stations (national): NFL Network
  • Local Channel: KSHB (NBC)
  • Live broadcast:, fuboTV

Local NBC affiliate KSHB will broadcast the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade on Wednesday. In addition, NFL Network typically broadcasts most of the parade, including key moments and triumphant parades.

Cable cutters can stream the parade on or fuboTV, which offer a free trial.

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