The Kansas City Chiefs hosted a Super Bowl parade three days after their narrow victory in their biggest game of the season.
Many fans were conflicted about this celebration, given the amount of alcohol that was consumed at the parade.
Despite their doubters, many members of the Chiefs headed to Las Vegas, where the festivities continued.
The party continues for #Chiefs players. Plenty in Vegas with the Chainsmokers. (Per IG/Wynn Las Vegas) pic.twitter.com/dW4pDQX3Wu
— Harold R. Kuntz (@HaroldRKuntz3) February 25, 2023
Travis Kelce is a well-known partier and is frequently the instigator of many celebrations.
He and Patrick Mahomes are pictured above, having the time of their lives in Las Vegas.
Kelce has publicly stated his love for the Chainsmokers, and the two parties were seen celebrating in Las Vegas.
The NFL season is long, and players experience lots of pain and injuries throughout their journey.
After the season is over, players tend to let loose before the next campaign begins, as evidenced by the Chiefs’ celebrations at the parade and in Las Vegas.
The fun didn’t stop with the Chainsmokers, as the Chiefs were seen with other musical celebrities as well.
#BallerAlert – The Kansas City Chiefs partying in Vegas with Rick Ross and Drake pic.twitter.com/BVgGgXpw0O
— BallerAlert (@balleralert) February 26, 2023
Drake and Rick Ross also joined the fun, showing their support by partying with many of the Chiefs players.
With the draft just two months away, and training camp beginning shortly thereafter, the 2023 season will be here sooner than we know it.
For these Chiefs players, this is not likely to be their last large Super Bowl celebration, but, as the season gets closer, party season will dwindle as well.
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