Travis Kelce's hilarious graduation ceremony plays out just as you'd expect

Beer. Beastie Boys. Baccalaureate.
Feb. 12, 2023: Andy Reid and Travis Kelce celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs' win over the
Feb. 12, 2023: Andy Reid and Travis Kelce celebrate the Kansas City Chiefs' win over the / Michael Chow / USA TODAY NETWORK

Beer. Beastie Boys. Baccalaureate.

For at least one evening, on Thursday, the city of Cincinnati was given the chance to soak in the presence of Super Bowl greatness. That's because Travis Kelce and Jason Kelce served as hosts for a special live podcast event celebrating New Heights at Fifth Third Arena in downtown Cincy.

Both Kelce brothers spent their college years at the University of Cincinnati after growing up in the northern part of the Ohio, so it makes sense that they'd enjoy some of their offseason at their alma mater.

The University of Cincinnati even dismissed classes early so students could enjoy the live podcast event. A reported crowd of 12,500 was expected.

During the event, the Kelce brothers taped another episode of their uber-popular podcast and invited some special guests to the event. Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow was the biggest guest at the event and the crowd seemed excited to see him.

Travis Kelce also made sure to invite Bengals tackle Orlando Brown Jr. to hang out as well, which made sense given their strong friendship and history together with the Chiefs.

Not only were Bengals players in the house but Cincy alum Desmond Ridder, quarterback of the Atlanta Falcons, was also brought back for the taping.

In a special personal moment for both Kelce brothers, Dr. Neville Pinto, the President of the University of Cincinnati, was also on hand to officially bestow their diplomas upon them. Both Kelces had earned their degrees but had yet to receive their diplomas, so they held their own bespoke graduation. As you might expect, Travis Kelce was handed his diploma in a way that only Travis Kelce would plan it.

Beer. Beastie Boys. Baccalaureate.