KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The new Super Bowl LVIII Champions banner is up Monday at Union Station in Kansas City, and crews have started building the stage for Wednesday’s rally.
The new banner at Union Station features the Super Bowl LVIII logo and the Kansas City Chiefs arrowhead logo. It also says “Back to Back” in the center under the word “Champions.”
The Super Bowl LVIII banner is hanging in the center window of Union Station. On each side of the banner is another banner with the Chiefs logo and “AFC Champions” on the bottom.
Meanwhile, crews are building the stage for Wednesday’s Super Bowl rally where thousands of Chiefs fans will gather.
Kansas City has already closed Pershing Road, from Main Street to Kessler Road, around Union Station on Monday to allow for the work.
Then road closures along the parade route will start at 11 a.m. Tuesday.
Union Station will be closed to the public starting at 11:59 p.m. Tuesday and reopen at about 4 p.m. Wednesday after the rally.
Photo ops in Grand Hall are still up to take pictures with. Union Station said they are unsure if they will still be up for the rally and parade due to an event this weekend.