Travis Kelce announces the return of his Kelce Jam music festival but there WON’T be a surprise appearance from girlfriend Taylor Swift


Kelce Jam, the music festival promoted by Travis Kelce, is set to make its return later this year.

The event, hosted by the Kansas City Chiefs star, has proven to not be a one-hit wonder as it will return to the Azura Amphitheatre in Bonner Springs, Kansas on May 18.

‘With entertainment, music, food and fun personally curated by Travis, Kelce Jam will be a 20,000+ person music festival and the perfect way for all of Chiefs Kingdom to continue celebrating their 2024 Super Bowl victory,’ an announcement stated.

It will mark the second consecutive year of the event following its inaugural success in 2023.

Last year’s Kelce Jam featured Machine Gun Kelly, Rick Ross, Loud Luxury and Tech N9ne during NFL Draft weekend in Kansas City.

Kelce Jam, the music festival promoted by Travis Kelce , is set to make its return later this year

The event will return after its inaugural success last year, when Kelce chugged a drink on stage

The tight end himself made an appearance, chugging a drink off a Lombardi Trophy replica before spiking it.

On stage, Kelce broke out into song with MGK, singing the Beastie Boys’ hit song ‘Fight For Your Right’ while the pair riled up the crowd by jumping on stage.

After an encore performance of ‘Fight For Your Right’, Rick Ross appeared and hosted a chicken wing eating challenge between a pair of Chiefs fans.
It was a continuation of the celebrations for the Chiefs’ Super Bowl victory after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 38-35, and, if his drunken display at Kansas City’s parade for this year’s win is anything to go by, Kelce could be set for yet more antics at his Kelce Jam.

Kelce delivered a drunken rendition of ‘Friends In Low Places’ at their Super Bowl parade – after the Chiefs’ dramatic 25-22 overtime win against the San Francisco 49ers – hilariously butchering the custom lyrics he had penned to mock the Niners.

A boozy Kelce could barely speak while trying to sing Brooks’ famous 1990 song at the Chiefs’ parade, where he was held up on stage by his teammates as the celebrations clearly took their toll.