SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (KSNW) — KSN’s Sports Director Zach Martin is in Scottsdale, Arizona, to watch the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles at State Farm Stadium in Super Bowl LVII.

Before making it to The Big Game, KSN stopped at Pub Rock Live, the self-proclaimed No. 1 Chiefs bar in Arizona, to attend its free kickoff party.

Pub Rock Operations Manager Sean Cobb said when they purchased the bar back in 2013, there were no Chiefs bars in the area and that big games like this are precisely why they decided to become the number one watering hole for the fanbase.

“This is a dream come true right now to be able to put a five-day event on for all these fans coming out and to give them a home away from home is just really exciting for us,” Cobb said.

Chiefs fans from across the country in attendance were met by Chiefs legends Christian Okoye, Nick Lowery and Neil Smith, who were signing autographs for $20.

“Who would’ve known there’s a Chiefs bar right in the middle of Arizona. These people are just diehard fans everywhere, and we’re really taking over. We’re really taking over anything that has to do with this Super Bowl, and I’m just so glad to be a part of it. These long-time fans are coming back, and they’re giving back to us,” said Neil Smith, Chiefs Hall of Famer.

An organizer of the kickoff party tells KSN News this is about bringing fans together.

“Here, you can have a good time and have a couple beers with Chiefs fans and act like you’re at home, and that’s what we’re trying to do. We’re trying to give people a place where they feel at home,” said Hotchy Kiene, Arizona Chiefs Kingdom Facebook group.

The party makes it feel like the parking lot at Arrowhead Stadium just before the game.

“Being from the Midwest, the energy and atmosphere here is amazing. I have a lot of friends who are West Coast friends, and they don’t understand the passion the Midwest fans have,” said Kolby Joens, Chiefs fan.