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Monday, February 3, 2020

Chiefs Super Bowl parade 2020: Date, time, route, watch live celebration

Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl parade 2020: Date, time, route, watch the live stream of celebration.





 For the first time since 1970, the Chiefs are Super Bowl champions.

They have the right call for a celebration, of course.  With their leading QB Patrick Mahomes to a 31-20 Super Bowl 54 win. But first, they're heading back home to Kansas City with the Lombardi Trophy, to celebrate with the rest of Chiefs Kingdom, and it'll be a doozy.





Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl victory parade 2020: Date, time, route,  how to watch celebration of live stream




 Here's everything you need to know about Kansas City's Super Bowl parade, including the route and start time.



 Super Bowl 2020: Kansas City Chiefs beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20, first title in 50 years.





 When is the Chiefs' Super Bowl parade? 


The Kansas City Chiefs are set to march through the streets of Kansas City on Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 11:30 a.m. CT (12:30 ET), per Kansas City mayor Quinton Lucas.


 What rout Kansas City will adopt for Super Bowl parade celebration? 



The route for the parade has yet to be finalized, with more information available Tuesday.

Following the conclusion of the parade, the Chiefs will hold a victory rally at Union Station in downtown Kansas City. The rally is scheduled for roughly 1:30 p.m. CT.

 It's expected that the celebration will be similar to the Royals' parade after winning the World Series in 2015.



 How to watch live stream Chiefs' Super Bowl parade on TV channel. 



NFL Network will air the Chiefs' parade nationally and will also stream online. Further streaming information should become available on the website at http://www.chiefsparade.com.



What happened when the Royals won the 2015 MLB World Series.?


  Kansas City Royals:  Baseball team


 When the Royals won the World Series in 2015, an estimated 800,000 people flocked to the parade, parking along the side of the interstate when exits clogged. The numbers shattered expectations in a city with a population of about 470,000 and a metropolitan area of about 2 million. Cellphone towers were overwhelmed by the throngs, and buses couldn’t get through.


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