Chiefs fans fill Power & Light District to capacity for Kansas City’s biggest Super Bowl watch party
To say Kansas City Chiefs fans are dedicated would be an understatement.
Fans arrived to the Kansas City Power & Light District as early as 5 a.m. Super Bowl Sunday, wanting to get the perfect table or grab a front-row spot for the watch party.
Gates and restaurants opened at 11 a.m. and the KC Live! Block party started at noon, but by 9 a.m. there was already a long line and then by mid-afternoon the area was filled to capacity.
KC Live! had live DJs and selfie stations to get the crowd fired up before the game.
Another perk of the watch party were red Hawaiian leis – honoring Chiefs coach Andy Reid – that were handed out to the first 300 guests. There are also be beer trucks, lawn games, grilled hamburgers, hotdogs and more.
The game is being show on the district’s 15-foot big screen.