Chiefs star Travis Kelce appeared to be having a grand time at the event he hosted during NFL Draft weekend in Kansas City as the two-time Super Bowl champion got to celebrate with fans on one of the biggest nights for the league outside the big game.
The tight end hosted his first-ever Kelce Jam in Bonner Springs, Kansas, on Friday night, featuring some of his teammates and a musical performance from Machine Gun Kelly and Rick Ross, among others.
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Kelce was then seen chugging a beer and spiked a Vince Lombardi Trophy replica to the ground while on the stage. The event appeared to be a hit with some of the NFL fans who came over to the Kansas City area.
“I think it is a lot of fun that Travis Kelce put this on and had a bunch of music artists come celebrate our win and the NFL Draft,” Topeka, Kansas, native Regan Bond told the Kansas City Star.
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Her sister, Karly, added, “The community is really nice. Everyone is super excited, and it’s fun to see.”
The eight-time Pro Bowler will enter his 11th season with the Chiefs and did enough to help Kansas City to its second Super Bowl title in four seasons.
Kelce had a career-high 110 catches for 1,338 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was named a First-Team All-Pro member for his incredible year.
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He has three full seasons remaining on his Chiefs deal. There will certainly be more Kelce-oriented events to come.