It's official: The Kansas City Chiefs are a dynasty. Becoming a dynasty means that it's time for the Chiefs to celebrate in style once again in the form of a Super Bowl victory parade.
Chiefs Kingdom has become accustomed to having parades at this point, as this will be the third Super Bowl parade in a five-year span. If you count Kansas City victory parades in general, Kansas City natives also partied in 2015 when the Royals won the World Series. This is nothing new in KC.
That being said, some might not be familiar with the details of this year's list of events and details. We've got you covered.
When is the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade?
The parade will take place on Wednesday, February 14, beginning at 11 AM. The pep rally will begin around 12:45 PM.
Where is the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade?
It'll be the same route that the team has taken in their previous two victories, beginning near Grand Boulevard and 6th Street and making its way down Grand Boulevard. Eventually, the buses filled with players, coaches, and personnel will arrive at Union Station where a pep rally will take place.
What will the weather be like for the parade?
Chiefs fans honestly couldn't ask for better weather despite this taking place in mid-February. The Weather Channel says that it'll be a high of 62 degrees with mostly sunny skies. The low is forecasted to be 38 degrees with winds around 12 MPH.