Hundreds of excited cheering fans lined the streets of Kansas City on Wednesday to celebrate the Chiefs Super Bowl victory. The parade was an emotional event for many, including 9-year-old Brayden, who was reunited with his family after getting separated from them during the parade.
The Kansas City Police Department was able to locate Brayden’s family and reunite them after the parade had already started. The police also made sure that Brayden was able to enjoy the rest of the parade with his family.
The parade route, which started at Union Station and ended at the Sprint Center, was filled with cheering fans of all ages. The parade featured the Chiefs players, their families, and the team’s mascot, KC Wolf.
The parade was part of the Chiefs Kingdom Champions event, which also included a rally at the Sprint Center. Fans were able to watch the event from home, as the Chiefs provided a livestream of the parade and rally.
The Kansas City Municipal Court was closed on Wednesday in honor of the parade. The court will resume regular business hours on Thursday.
The Chiefs Super Bowl parade was a historic event, and it was a joyous occasion for the people of Kansas City. The parade was a memorable celebration of the team’s first Super Bowl victory in 50 years.