(Kansas City, MO) — The Kansas City Chiefs will be celebrating their second Super Bowl in the last four years with a champions’ parade today. The parade will begin at 6th street and Grand Boulevard at noon Central time and end at Union Station, where a rally will be held to celebrate the Super Bowl victory. The rally is expected to begin around 1:30 Central time. It’s estimated that 800-thousand to one million people attended the Chiefs’ Super Bowl parade in 2020. Kansas City defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35 in Super Bowl 57 in Glendale, Arizona on Sunday.