Taylor Swift joins Kansas City Chiefs as they hit the Las Vegas Strip and the Super Bowl party gets going in Zouk nightclub – with Travis Kelce and his victorious team set to celebrate through the night in Sin City

The Kansas City Chiefs and Taylor Swift took their celebrations to Zouk nightclub in Las Vegas after winning a dramatic Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers.

Travis Kelce and his crew took to The Strip to party the night away after clinching back-to-back Super Bowls and Swift joined them with rapper Ice Spice.

There were thousands of Chiefs fans packed into the club and they were treated to a warm-up performance by Ludacris as the victorious team arrived at the venue.

Head coach Andy Reid, dressed in a suit, held up the Vince Lombardi trophy in front of the happy fans who entered the venue for the party.

Clad in the same sparkly black outfit he arrived in for the Super Bowl, Kelce was seen sharing the moment with Swift while also gathering his crowd of admirers from the DJ booth.

Travis and Taylor kissed on the field before she joined the team celebrations in Las Vegas

Travis and Taylor kissed on the field before she joined the team celebrations in Las Vegas

Kelce got the party started in the locker room after the Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers

Kelce got the party started in the locker room after the Chiefs beat the San Francisco 49ers

He also posed for a celebratory snap with Reid, holding up three fingers to represent the Super Bowls they won together.

Swift raced back from Japan to make it to the Super Bowl after playing four straight nights of her Eras tour in Tokyo this week.

As she kicks off a tour of Australia next weekend in Melbourne, she is not expected to be hanging around too late at night as the Chiefs make history.

Shortly before the team made it to The Strip, Kelce led the celebrations in the Chiefs locker room at Allegiant Stadium after their dramatic overtime victory.

The tight end, 34, was seen sipping champagne from a gold bottle while some of his teammates lit cigars.

Kelce led his team through a rendition of ‘We Are The Champions’ before they made their way to the Vegas strip they avoided all last week in the build-up to the biggest game of all.