Chiefs star Travis Kelce looked to be having a great time at the event he hosted over NFL Draft weekend in Kansas City, as the two-time Super Bowl champion was able to celebrate with fans at a of the biggest nights in the league outside of the big game.
The tight end hosted his first Kelce Jam in Bonner Springs, Kansas, on Friday night, featuring some of his teammates and a musical performance by Machine Gun Kelly and Rick Ross, among others.
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Kelce was then seen drinking a beer and nailing a replica of the Vince Lombardi Trophy to the ground while on stage. The event appeared to be a hit with some of the NFL fans who poured into the Kansas City area.
«I think it’s really funny that Travis Kelce put this up and a bunch of music artists came out to celebrate our victory and the NFL Draft,» Topeka, Kansas native Regan Bond told the Kansas City Star.
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His sister, Karly, added: «The community is really nice. Everyone is so excited and it’s fun to watch.»
The eight-time Pro Bowler will enter his 11th season with the Chiefs and he did enough to help Kansas City win its second Super Bowl title in four seasons.
Kelce had a career-high 110 receptions for 1,338 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was named a first-team All-Pro for his incredible year.
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He has three full seasons left on his contract with the Chiefs. There will no doubt be more Kelce-oriented events to come.