KANSAS CITY, Mo. — With hundreds of thousands of people in downtown Kansas City for the Chiefs Kingdom Champions Parade on Wednesday, some fans got creative to secure a better vantage point.
Along the parade route, some Chiefs fans could be see climbing trees to watch the parade, which featured Chiefs players and coaches celebrating the team’s first Super Bowl win in 50 years.
Serveral people have decided to climb trees along Grand Blvd across from the Sprint Center. Y’all bold. pic.twitter.com/r5IAnqiwiW
— Megan Strickland (@StricklyMeg) February 5, 2020
— SyKnese F. (@TVnewsSyKnese) February 5, 2020
The National World War I Museum and Memorial tried to prevent people from climbing trees by posting signs that read, “Please do not climb on me."
— National WWI Museum (@TheWWImuseum) February 5, 2020