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KSHB 41 coverage of Kansas City Chiefs Kingdom Champions Victory Parade

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Posted at 4:21 AM, Feb 14, 2024
and last updated 2024-02-16 13:19:24-05

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — When you win the Super Bowl, you get to throw a parade to celebrate.

Kansas City, we’re getting back together to celebrate another incredible Kansas City Chiefs run. We stay humble with the opportunity, but let’s party!

KSHB 41 has exclusive, inside-the-ropes coverage of this year’s Chiefs Kingdom Champions Victory Parade.

Watch our live coverage in the video player player below, and then check back here throughout the day for updates. The parade starts at 11 a.m., with the rally starting around 12:45 p.m.

Here’s some important links for today:
LINK | Latest Chiefs parade forecast
LINK | How to watch the Chiefs Kingdom Champions Victory Parade
LINK | Chiefs Kingdom Champions Victory Parade FAQ
LINK | Parade Transportation and parking options

1:37 p.m. | Chiefs General Manager Brett Veach predicts the a three-peat of Super Bowls is looming for the Kansas City Chiefs.

Chiefs GM Brett Veach speaks at rally

1:36 p.m. | Chiefs President Mark Donovan thanked fans for their support all season.

Chiefs President Mark Donovan speaks at rally

1:34 p.m. | Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt spoke to Chiefs Kingdom during the rally Tuesday afternoon.

Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt speaks at rally

1:19 p.m. | Missouri Gov. Mike Parson addressed doubters of the Chiefs at a rally after the parade.

Parson knows for those that want the Lombardi, they have to come through Kansas City.

Gov. Mike Parson at parade

10:56 a.m. | Chiefs CEO Clark Hunt predicted the biggest parade crowd yet due to the nice weather.

'Our guys are in a celebratory mood': Clark Hunt arrives at parade

10:51 a.m. | Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker spoke on the team overcoming adversity to win back-to-back Super Bowls.

'We face a lot of adversity': Harrison Butker arrives at parade

10:50 a.m. | Kansas City Chiefs head coach was boarding buses and ready to party.

'It's great for Kansas City': Andy Reid boards buses ahead of parade

8:57 a.m. | Caroline Hogan says there's plenty of artists in today's parade crowd:

8:45 a.m. | Megan Abundis caught up with a family of Chiefs fans with matching tattoos

Megan Abundis talks to a family with matching tattoos

8:43 a.m. | With about two hours until the start of the parade, fans are passing the time with friendship bracelet crafting.

8:24 a.m. | Reporter Elyse Schoenig caught a glimpse of the buses for the Super Bowl LVIII champs.

While it's still unknown whether Taylor Swift will be there or not, Schoenig will be the first to know.

8:15 a.m. | Love is in the air on the loveseat of the Beckers and Laurines.

8:08 a.m. | McKenzie Nelson checked in with Chiefs Kingdom from a boat. Yes, a boat in downtown KC.

McKenzie on a boat with Chiefs fans

7:50 a.m. | Reporter JuYeon Kim spoke with a father-son duo near 16th and Grand.

Dad Dusty had a sign that said he fought for his right to party as a veteran, a nod to Travis Kelce and the Beastie Boys.

JuYeon talking to Vet and his son making memories

7:41 a.m. | Several fans camped out overnight or showed up in the early hours to secure the best spot possible.

Clark family camped out for parade

One woman told KSHB's Megan Abundis she was saving spots for her crew of 20.

Early risers save spots

7:26 a.m. | In addition to picking out the perfect outfit, fans are serious about their Chiefs accessories.

Reporter Charlie Keegan was told by fan Marilyn that the best Chiefs nails are crafted in Lawrence.

7:23 a.m. | Another #KCLoveStory! Maggie and Reggie's first date was a Chiefs game in 2018. Now, they're married.

Daniela talks to couple who went on first date at Chiefs game

7:18 a.m. | Chiefs fans Cara Coleman and Jen Augustine are excited at the possibility of seeing Taylor Swift, but they said they're sad she took their favorite player, Travis Kelce, off the market.

7:05 a.m. | Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton caught up with anchors Lindsay Shively and Taylor Hemness at 8th and Grand.

He said he's confident Wednesday may be the "best parade yet." He also said he chatted with KCPD Chief Stacey Graves and police are ready for whoever shows up at the parade — be it Taylor Swift, the president or even the Dalai Lama.

Mayor Q say's this 'may be our best parade ever'

6:50 a.m. | The fans who decided to bring their living room to the parade route were all settled before the sun was up.

6:45 a.m. | Like Joe Aquino, many fans are seasoned parade pros.

But Aquino said what makes him stand out in the crowd to players is his championship belt.

6:15 a.m. | Reporter Claire Bradshaw caught up with twin sisters ready to celebrate the Chiefs' victory.

Twin sisters ready to celebrate, meet some players

6 a.m. | Aaron Ladd found some fans who are sharing their love for the Super Bowl 58 champion Chiefs and former players.

Aaron checks in with fansat Pershing and Grand

5:25 a.m. | KCPD Chief Stacey Graves gave a pep talk this morning to some of the officers who are helping make today's parade possible.

Graves said around 600 officers will be present to help manage the large crowds.

Katrina and Glenn are among the fans coming out to see the Chiefs this Valentine's Day! They say the Chiefs helped rekindle their love, and they even had a Chiefs-themed wedding!

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5:15 a.m. | Chiefs fans have been planning to watch the parade in luxury.

Chiefs bring living room to Chiefs Champions Victory Parade route

4:55 a.m. | Fans are celebrating the Chiefs Champions Victory Parade, but it's also Valentine's Day.

KSHB 41 News reporter Daniela Leon caught up with one couple who says their love is the Chiefs' good luck charm.

Couple celebrates love for Chiefs, each other at Chiefs Champions Victory Parade on Valentine's Day

4:40 a.m. | KSHB 41 Sports reporter McKenzie Nelson beat the crowds to the parade route! The celebration will soon be underway.