2023 NFL Draft Experience registration is open for free events in Kansas City

The 2023 NFL draft is a little over a month away, with prospects, fans, and teams ready to start a new chapter.

 As the festivities get underway in downtown Kansas City, there will be plenty of activities for fans to enjoy in the home of the Chiefs.

The NFL Draft Experience celebrates the next generation of football with an interactive theme park.

The park will be set on the National WWI Museum and Memorial during all three days of the NFL draft.

Activities include the kids-focused Play 60 Zone, photos with the Vince Lombardi Trophy, and many other exhibitions.

As part of the exclusive experience, fans can get a Kansas City-style elevated food and beverage exhibition.

The cuisine consists of highlighted local restaurants and vendors in the area, and on the last day, April 29th,

a unique pitmaster showcase will take place on the North Lawn of the Museum and Memorial from 12-5 PM CT.

After each night at Union Station, the theater will show an NFL draft concert series presented by Bud Light.

 Free concert viewing on a first-come-first-served basis and standing room only.

Fans can also get autographs from current NFL players and Legends at the Autograph Stage.

More information is available via the NFL OnePass coming soon.


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