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Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade: Sights and sounds
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Kansas City Chiefs' Super Bowl parade: Sights and sounds

Updated Feb. 15, 2023 7:02 p.m. ET

The Chiefs triumphantly paraded through their home city once again.

Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce & Co. celebrated their Super Bowl LVII title Wednesday with a parade through Kansas City, their second such parade in four years.

Here are some of the sights and sounds from the Chiefs' celebration, which ended with a rally at Union Station.

Mahomes, Kelce set the stage


Double celebration for a pair of Chiefs players

Willie Gay and Justin Reid had another reason to celebrate Wednesday. It's both of their birthdays! 

Fans showed up early!

Chiefs fans were already lining the streets hours before the parade began, turning downtown Kansas City into a sea of red.

Some even parked on the highway to make sure they got a good view of their favorite Chiefs stars.

Chiefs legend Jamaal Charles also made sure fans were ready to party Wednesday morning.

"First Things First" crew on the scene!

Chiefs superfan Nick Wright was not about to miss this parade.

Getting it started

Chiefs owner Clark Hunt had the Lombardi Trophy on his float alongside Andy Reid to get things going.

What the MVP's float looks like

The Mahomes family looked ready to party at the start of the parade.

The "zero sacks" did get put on a T-shirt after all

The Chiefs' offensive line was especially proud of how they held the fearsome Eagles pass rush to zero sacks in the Super Bowl, with Orlando Brown even tweeting after the game to put the stat "on a f------ t-shirt."

Turns out, teammates Creed Humphrey and Joe Thuney did just that.

Mahomes has some moves!

Donna Kelce front and center!

Chiefs fans going all out!

The champs have a message for the haters

Justin Reid and Travis Kelce had something to say to those who doubted the Chiefs, while Mahomes simply showed off.

Hitting the streets of KC

Some players wanted to walk part of the parade route to help better soak in the memorable day.

A few players even let fans hold the Lombardi Trophy as well. 

Bieniemy boasts the Lombardi

Chiefs OC Eric Bieniemy hoisted the Lombardi Trophy from his float as rumors swirl about him potentially departing for a similar job elsewhere.

Dance off!

Chiefs rookie RB Isiah Pacheco showed off his moves during the parade.

Letting them hear it

Chiefs safety Juan Thornhill couldn't contain his excitement while celebrating his second Super Bowl win.

Showing off

Mahomes showed off his Super Bowl MVP award and his WWE title belt as the MVP holds the NFL's throne.


Mahomes chugged a beer down, and Kelce took a shot of Fireball from a fan during the parade.

Celebrating with the fans

Mahomes and Kelce took time to high-five with Chiefs fans when they made their way to the stage for the rally following the parade.

Chiefs fans will cheer anything Mahomes does

Mahomes had to take a quick bathroom break. Once he was finished, he was applauded by Chiefs fans.

Kelce owning the mic

Wearing a Bud Light chain, the Chiefs star tight end continued to do his thing, calling out those who predicted against them in the 2022 season while hyping the crowd.

Climbing the light poles — in Kansas City?

Chiefs fans are doing their best Philadelphia impression, adding insult to injury after their team beat the Eagles.

Dynasty time in Kansas City?

Chris Jones led a "run it back" chant. Kelce said the Chiefs have "been" a dynasty. And Mahomes says this is just the beginning for a golden era of Kansas City football.

Chris Jones soaks it all in

One more look at the crowd

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