When is the Chiefs' Super Bowl Parade? Date, Route and Weather Forecast

Tyler Maher
When is the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade?
When is the Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade? / ASSOCIATED PRESS

It wasn't easy, but the Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions. They battled back against the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LVII, erasing a 10-point deficit at halftime and overcoming another Patrick Mahomes ankle injury to clinch their second title in four seasons.

Now that the Chiefs have taken care of business and capped off another successful, it's time to celebrate. Details have already been released for the celebratory parade that will take place later this week.

Chiefs Super Bowl Parade Date

The Chiefs' Super Bowl parade will take place on Wednesday, Feb. 15 in downtown Kansas City. The parade is scheduled to kick off at 12 p.m. local time and will last for nearly two hours before segueing into a victory rally, which is expected to start at 1:45 p.m. local time.

Chiefs Super Bowl Parade Route

According to the Kansas City Sports Commission, the parade will start at noon at Grand Boulevard and Sixth Street. It will then proceed south on Grand until it gets to Pershing Road, where it will take a right and head towards Union Station, where the victory rally will begin a little before 2 p.m.

Nearly all of the cross streets between Pershing Road and Sixth Street will be closed for the event, so mid-day commuters are advised to seek alternate routes.

Some of the local schools have already canceled classes for Wednesday in anticipation of the event so that students and faculty may attend. Kansas City's last Super Bowl parade in 2020 drew between 800,000 and 1 million people, so the event is expected to be crowded.

Chiefs Super Bowl Parade Weather

A promising weather forecast should facilitate a large turnout as well. The current forecast on AccuWeather calls for a mix of sunshine and clouds with a high of 51 degrees, so attendees shouldn't have to worry about precipitation or inclement weather interfering with the event.

All in all, Wednesday is shaping up to be a great day for Chiefs fans to celebrate their favorite players and congratulate them on a job well done.

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