A big win makes for a big party.
The Chiefs took home the win in Super Bowl 57, securing the organization’s third Lombardi Trophy and, likely, giving everyone an unscheduled day off this week.
The Super Bowl wins means that a celebration is coming to the streets of KC this week, likely on Wednesday, though details are still a bit scarce in the immediate aftermath of the win.
Here’s how to catch the big parade for the big victory:
When is the Chiefs Super Bowl parade?
- Date: Wednesday, Feb. 15
- Start time: Noon CT (1 p.m. ET)
The Chiefs Super Bowl parade will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 15, beginning at noon local time, which is 1 p.m. ET.
The City of Kansas City said earlier the celebration is expected to be a “multimillion dollar parade.” The procession is expected to last about 90 minutes, according to the city, with a rally to follow in front of Union Station.
We are Super Bowl champs once again!!!!Congrats to the @chiefs for winning #superbowlLVII Somebody find guy that fell out of the tree, guy on the horse, and let’s meet Wednesday for another PARADE!!!! pic.twitter.com/TKOPq27sRr
— kcpolice (@kcpolice) February 13, 2023
Kansas City Chiefs parade route
An official parade route for the Chiefs hasn’t been revealed yet, but after their Super Bowl win in 2020, their parade began at Sixth Street and headed south on Grand Boulevard through downtown and past the Sprint Center, per KansasCity.com. The procession will then head west on Pershing Road and end at Union Station.
This year’s route will presumably be similar, with the rally set to begin around 1:45 p.m. local time, according to a release by the city.
What is the weather for the Chiefs Super Bowl parade?
According to Weather.com, the weather for Wednesday, Feb. 15 in Kansas City is forecast to be partly cloudy with a high of 47 degrees.
How to watch, stream Chiefs Super Bowl parade
- TV channel: NFL Network
- Live stream: NFL.com, fuboTV
In years past, local news stations have broadcast the victory parade for the Super Bowl, but exact network information should be available before the parade date.
Typically, the NFL Network also picks up victory rallies and moments during the parade, so national viewers can turn to NFLN for highlight moments from the parade. NFL Network is among the channels available via fuboTV, which offers a free trial.