VIDEO: Cameras Caught Travis Kelce And George Kittle Partying & Firing Up The Crowd At Nashville Hot Spot

Travis Kelce is having an inane offseason, as he just appeared on a Nashville stage at a popular bar in town.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end was with San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle and Greg Olsen as they officially kicked off their fourth year at Tight End University.

Travis Kelce and George Kittle on stage

Kelce couldn’t just come to town without doing something spontaneous, so he made a stop at Morgan Wallen’s This Bar & Tennessee Kitchen to pose for pictures with fans and have a night of fun in a place that was packed from the top to the bottom.

A video from the Brooklyn Bowl in Nashville shows Travis Kelce on stage with George Kittle as he hyped the crowd up and welcomed them to the event.

TMZ reported that this was a special “Tight Ends & Friends” show featuring performances from Jelly Roll, Jon Pardi, and others.

The publication added that Kittle started things off before Kelce as he told the fans, “Let’s f–king rock!”

For those who are unaware, Tight End University helps aspiring NFL players learn the ins and outs of the position to help them become successful by learning from some of the best who have ever played it.

Travis Kelce, George Kittle, and Greg Olsen’s annual event started on Monday, and the official Instagram account continues to document it.

One video shows Kelce, Olsen, and Kittle all going in on for a group hug as they reunited for the event.

“Bear hugs only – tight end style,” the caption of the video read.

Travis Kelce Still The Best Tight End In The NFL At His Age

Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce has dominated the tight end position for years, and although he is getting older, no one has taken the crown from him as of yet.

Kelce has already established himself as one of the greatest tight ends of all time, and he continues to add to it after securing his third Super Bowl ring this past season.

When it comes to retirement, it is not even a thought in his mind.

“It’s a thought that’s like, I love playing this game at the highest level possible. And I love playing at it at a level where I know I can have a bunch of success. I know I can still go out there and mow down dudes in the end zone. I know I can go out there and catch a flat route and turn it into a 15-, 20-yard game and make a few guys miss,” Travis said on his New Heights podcast.

“The moment that I can’t do that, I think that’s when I’m just gonna be like, ‘Alright. What am I doing this for?’” he explained.

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