The Chiefs defeated the Eagles to win Super bowl 57. Here is when the parade is.
The Super Bowl parade is a thing of beauty. The players are usually hammered (Tom Brady being a prime example), the fans are ecstatic and the city is buzzing. We saw it a few years ago in Kansas City as well with Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce living it up and we’ll see it again in 2023 with the Chiefs Super Bowl parade.
On a bum ankle and trailing 10 points at halftime, Mahomes and Kansas City came up huge in the second half, scoring on all four second-half drives to come back. A Harrison Butker field goal in the final seconds proved to be the game-winner, giving Mahomes his second Super Bowl victory and the franchise it’s third Super Bowl win in history.
Now that they have officially claimed the Super Bowl this year, you should call out sick from work and go to the Chiefs Super Bowl parade.
Chiefs Super Bowl parade route, date and other details
According to local news site KMBC.com, the parade is tentatively scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 15, weather permitting, and the best news … most schools will be closed too.
The weather is supposed to be in the upper 40s but honestly, the fans will turn out no matter what the temperature is.
In terms of the route, there’s nothing official yet but one would imagine it will be similar to the route from their 2020 win which included going down Grand Boulevard in downtown Kansas City, Missouri, then Pershing Road, and ending at Union Station.
We’ll update you when we know more details.