Wild celebrations greet Kansas City Chiefs as they take to the streets for Super Bowl parade

Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce hypes up the crowd at the Super Bowl victory celebration rally.

(CNN)It was party time in Missouri on Wednesday as the Chiefs continued their celebrations after Sunday's Super Bowl win with a parade through the streets of Kansas City and a rally where two-time Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes told the crowd he was planning to see them in the same place next year.

At the rally, Mahomes, who was selected MVP for the NFL season and for the Super Bowl, lauded the Chiefs fans and said the future hold more big wins.
"This is just the beginning. We ain't done yet," Mahomes told the massive crowd in front of Union Station. "So I'll make sure to hit y'all back next year, and I hope the crowd's the same."
    For the Chiefs' last Super Bowl win in 2020, it was estimated that between 800,000 and 1 million fans lined the streets to celebrate and early indications showed that number was likely to be matched.
      Kansas City Chiefs fans wait for a rally to begin.
      Despite the parade getting underway at midday local time, some fans had been waiting by the side of the road since 6 a.m. CT to ensure they were in prime position to see the parade go by.
        The celebrations began in a somewhat organized fashion as the Chiefs' team buses made their way through the streets in a line. However, the buses soon got separated from each other as the players got off to celebrate with the fans.
        Some took selfies, signed autographs and gave out hugs, while others handed out beers to delighted supporters.
          Kansas City Chiefs safety Juan Thornhill celebrates with fans during the parade.
          Once again, boisterous tight end and hype man Travis Kelce pumped up the crowd, then said: "Chiefs kingdom, we do this for you. ... And we love every single time you make Arrowhead (Stadium) shake."
          He said it was the best season of his life and thanked the fans, his teammates and members of the Chiefs' organization.
          "Everyone's asking if this is a dynasty, it's been a dynasty," he said, alluding to three Super Bowl appearances in five seasons and two titles.

          QB has MVP award in one hand and cold beverage in another

          Patrick Mahomes was having a good, good day at the parade.
          Free beer was becoming something of a theme, with Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles announcing in a bar before the parade that fans present would receive free Bud Light -- those that were 21 and over of course.
          A few lucky fans even got the chance to touch the famous Vince Lombardi Trophy as Chiefs defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi cradled it and took it over to the where they were lined up.