Chiefs Kingdom celebrates Red Friday ahead of season opener

We made it, Chiefs Kingdom. The opening of the season is upon us. The Chiefs will face the Cardinals in Arizona on Sunday. KMBC 9 stopped by at a Red Friday celebration in Zona Rosa where there was no doubt the fans were ready for football. The Zona Rosa turned into a red zone on Friday, with Chiefs Kingdom members young and old showing up strong to kick off the season. “So far we’ve been able to see KC Wolf, then we’re going to look for food and balloon animals,” said young Chiefs fan Aubrey Brennan. A Red Friday celebration was in order with fans eager for the team’s home win on Sunday. “Oh my God, we’ve been waiting for it,” said Natalie Bass, Zona Rosa’s marketing manager who helped plan Red Friday Tailgate. “My family, I have two boys, it’s like what we live for when the Chiefs are back.” “It’s a good vibe, we need it,” Chiefs fan Olivia Boyd said. “It’s been a long summer, it’s been a lot, so we need it.” Fans are thrilled to get promising rookies on the roster. to Kansas City from California. He has it in good faith. He told quarterback Patrick Mahomes about it at a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe in July. His wife, Heather, also got to meet her favorite chef. “Travis Kelce walked up to me and he said, ‘Hey girl, you look beautiful in that 87 jersey,'” Heather Bradshaw said, “and gave me a hug and I literally, like, fangirled it. I like, I started to melt. She will wear this jersey, signed by Kelce, all season. A season that fans hope to last until February. This was Zona Rosa’s first Red Friday tailgate in their new Central Park area. The Northland shopping area is no longer planned at this time, but organizers say that after the success of the first event, there will be more in the future.

We made it, Chiefs Kingdom. The opening of the season is upon us. The Chiefs will face the Cardinals in Arizona on Sunday. KMBC 9 stopped by at a Red Friday celebration in Zona Rosa where there was no doubt the fans were ready for football.

The Zona Rosa turned into a red zone on Friday, with Chiefs Kingdom members young and old showing up strong to kick off the season.

“So far we’ve been able to see KC Wolf, then we’re going to look for food and balloon animals,” said young Chiefs fan Aubrey Brennan.

A Red Friday celebration was in order with fans eager for the team’s home win on Sunday.

“Oh my God, we’ve been waiting for it,” said Natalie Bass, Zona Rosa’s marketing manager who helped plan Red Friday Tailgate. “My family, I have two boys, that’s like what we live for is when the Chiefs are back.”

“It’s a good vibe, we need it,” Chiefs fan Olivia Boyd said. “It’s been a long summer, it’s been a lot, so we need it.”

Fans are pumped for the promising recruits on the roster.

“The new guys are going to ramp up, I’m sure,” said Chiefs fan Josh Bradshaw, who recently moved from California to Kansas City.

He has it in good faith. He told quarterback Patrick Mahomes about it at a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe in July.

“I was talking to him a bit about the new receivers, he said they were all gelling pretty well,” Bradshaw said.

His wife, Heather, also got to meet her favorite chef.

“Travis Kelce walked up to me and he said, ‘hey girl, you look great in that 87 jersey,’ Heather Bradshaw said, and gave me a hug and I literally fangirled him. I love , began to melt.

She will wear this jersey, signed by Kelce, all season long. A season that fans hope to last until February.

This was Zona Rosa’s first Red Friday tailgate in their new Central Park area. The Northland shopping area is no longer planned at this time, but organizers say that after the success of the first event, there will be more in the future.

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