Show Your Chiefs Pride This Week in Kansas City

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We’re wearing our Chiefs shirts every day this week. We’re sending the kids in red shirts, yellow headbands and whatever else the school has cooked up for spirit week. We’re planning our menus, our photo props and lighting our Mahomes candles in preparation for Sunday’s big game.

There’s plenty of hype around the city to show your pride and have a little fun!

Order Your Chiefs Treats form Local Stores

Kansas City’s bakeries, grocery stores, and restaurants are here to help you party at home with some fun to-go Chiefs treats. Read more.

Take Memorable Pictures

Take the kids down to the Fan Zone at Union Station. Or check out other photo ops around the metro.

Rally on SUPER Red Friday at Power and Light

Kick off your SUPER Red Friday with the Red Kingdom Rally on Friday, Feb. 10 and Power & Light. The Rally starts at 6 p.m. with live music, games, and prizes. Park in the KC Live! garage; validation available from any P&L business.

Refresh Your Wardrobe

If you are looking to buy additional Chiefs gear to add to your closet, these stores in Kansas City are the best place to shop! Read more.

Find a Place to Watch the Game with the Whole Famfamily in Chiefs apparel

Sports bars and restaurants that made this list had to meet stringent criteria: kid approved menus, loads of televisions for pleasurable viewing and a laid back atmosphere. Bonus points received for additional entertainment available when children grow weary from sitting and cheering! Read more.

Save the Date

Look, we’re not here to jinx this but it’s worth putting a hold on your calendar for Wednesday, Feb. 15. This is when city officials have set for a victory parade. Last time the Chiefs won, local school districts cancelled classes so even if you’re not heading to the parade, it might be good to mentally prepare yourself.
Sarah grew up in Manhattan, Kansas (Go Cats!), she moved to Minnesota where she met her husband, Shea. Realizing how much she hated snow in May, she convinced him to move to Kansas City in 2010. Together they have lived in Midtown, Waldo, the Plaza, and now Overland Park. Sarah is mom to 10-year-old, Henry, 7-year-old Clark and 5-year-old Lucy. She has her master’s in urban administration and is passionate about making Kansas City a more equitable and supportive community. In between the crazy, she likes to drink coffee, run, hike, travel as much as possible, and experience all things Kansas City!


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