Chiefs vs. Broncos: Important Gameday Information

Important things to know if you're coming to the game on Sunday

National Anthem: Houston Smith, Jazz Saxophonist Leading Fan Participation.

Chiefs fans will once again have a prominent role in the primetime gameday atmosphere for Sunday Night Football. In what has become an Arrowhead Stadium national primetime game tradition, all fans will be asked to join in the singing of the National Anthem. This game's National Anthem will be led by Jazz Saxophonist, Houston Smith.

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Halftime: Kansas City Symphony Choir

Important Times

3:00 p.m. - Parking Lots Open (Prepay for parking to save at the gate!)

3:30 p.m. - Ford Fan Experience Opens

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5:00 p.m. - Scout Investments Club Level Opens (For Club Level Ticketed Guests Only)

6:00 p.m. - All Stadium Gates Open

7:30 p.m. - Kickoff

Parking & Tailgating

Prepay: Fans are encouraged to prepay for parking to save money and time at the gate. Purchasing a pass in advance not only helps save time at the tollgates but also provides you with the lowest parking price. Click here to purchase your single game parking pass in advance for $30 (Ticketmaster fees apply). On event days, parking is only available for purchase at the gate for $40 cash ($70 for a Bus/RV).

Arrive Early to park closest to the stadium. The parking lots open at 3:00 p.m. Guests that arrive later will be parked in the outer lots including the new Lot O. Review the video found at chiefs.com/parking to see the order in which lots are filled.

Set a Game Plan: Visit chiefs.com/parking to set your arrival game plan.

Tailgating: Arrowhead Stadium has a rich tailgate tradition. Before arriving, please review the following tailgate policies and the parking code of conduct.

Please note: Your prepaid parking pass will be accepted at most gates. Gate 1 is reserved for Platinum M and Bus/RV parking pass holders. Gate 7 is reserved for Platinum, Gold and Bus/RV parking pass holders.
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