The Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers are gearing up for the Super Bowl this weekend, and it seems like the excitement doesn’t stop on the field. Both teams have already planned their after-parties, and it looks like they’re going to be quite the events. But it’s not just the players and their families who will be attending – heavy police presence is expected at these exclusive gatherings.
The Chiefs and 49ers have already planned their after-parties for the Super Bowl, with heavy police presence expected at the exclusive events. The star-studded bashes are sure to excite football fans, but access will be restricted to the players, their families, and front office executives.
The 49ers have chosen OMNIA Nightclub, located inside Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, as the venue for their potential postgame celebration. On the other hand, the Chiefs have secured Zouk Nightclub, situated inside Resorts World, a relatively new hotel in Las Vegas. The Chainsmokers are set to provide the music for the Chiefs’ after-party, and there’s even speculation about a possible appearance by Taylor Swift, if she attends the championship game.
It’s worth noting that Patrick Mahomes has a close relationship with The Chainsmokers, having partied with them after their Super Bowl victory last year. This connection likely played a role in booking the Grammy-winning duo for the Chiefs’ celebration.
Heavy Police Presence
While these star-studded after-parties are sure to generate excitement among football fans, gaining access won’t be easy. Sources have revealed that the police presence at these events will be substantial. Las Vegas Metro Police and FBI agents will be stationed at the exclusive venues, restricting attendance to the players, their families, and front office executives.
For die-hard fans hoping to catch a glimpse of their favorite players, it seems that rubbing shoulders with the likes of Travis Kelce or Christian McCaffrey isn’t on the cards due to the tight security measures in place.
While both teams have their party locations locked in, it remains to be seen whether they’ll actually be in the mood to celebrate after the Super Bowl. Traditionally, the winners are expected to revel in their victory, while the losers tend to head straight home. Nevertheless, the preparations have been made, and the stage is set for what could be some unforgettable postgame festivities.