Fans can now register to go to the NFL Draft in Kansas City
The NFL Draft is going to be in Kansas City at the end of April and you can register to be at the draft cheering on your team! Here are the details you need to know...
According to an article from fox4kc.com, registration for fans who want to attend the 2023 NFL Draft in Kansas City is now open. On the site they say...
"The entire draft is free to attend and is open to the public. It will take place April 27-29 between Kansas City’s Union Station and the National WWI Museum and Memorial. Anyone hoping to attend the event needs to register for free access by downloading the NFL OnePass app or at NFL.com/DraftAccess...The NFL Draft Theater will be located in front of Union Station and is also free to watch. Fans will be allowed on the North Lawn of the WWI Museum and Memorial on a first-come first-served basis. It is standing room only."
To read more about everything going on in Kansas City the weekend of the NFL Draft just click here!
I lived in Chicago when the NFL Draft was there for 2 years and it was a BLAST to go. The NFL does such a good job setting up fun things for fans to do and experience, and if you are am NFL fan attending a draft has to be on your bucket list of things to do. Kansas City is going to shine during the draft weekend, there are so many great restaurants, bars, and experiences, and I can't wait to see how many Chiefs fans flood the draft area when the Chiefs pick at the end of the first round.
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