The Chiefs Super Bowl parade celebration is scheduled for Wednesday, February 15th.

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) — Plans have been made for a parade if the Chiefs win Super Bowl LVII.

After a 10-point comeback, the Chiefs won their third Super Bowl title in franchise history, a thrilling 38–35 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles.

The parade will start at 12:00 and last about 1.5 hours.

The rally will begin at approximately 1:45 p.m. in front of Union Station, the National World War I Museum, and the North Lawn Memorial, according to the Kansas City Athletic Commission, and will last for about an hour.

The city has not yet released the route of the parade, although it is likely to be similar to recent parades of royalty and chiefs as they walk along Grand Boulevard from the downtown business district to the intersection.

The expected number of participants is at least 500,000 people.

The City of Kansas City said Thursday, Feb. 16 will serve as a back-up day if Wednesday does not work for any reason, such as weather.

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