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The Royals just won the Division. Where are you going to go?

The Royals won their first American League Division Championship in 30 years on Thursday night. (Photos: Daniel Boothe | Flatland) The Royals won their first American League Division Championship in 30 years on Thursday night. (Photo: Daniel Booth | Flatland)
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Last year, first baseman Eric Hosmer made national headlines after the Royals won the wild card game. He threw a huge party at McFadden’s in the Kansas City Power & Light District, paying everyone’s tab after tweeting out an invite to fans.

Now that the Royals are heading back to the playoffs after clinching their first division title in 30 years, where’s the party? We asked fans at Kauffman Stadium to tell us where they are heading to celebrate.

Click on the links and check out where people are going.

Russell White

Johnny’s Tavern

Chris Hutchings

“I’m going to World’s of Fun! It’s better than Disneyland.”

Tamara Bazzle

Power and Light District

Buckley Lovelace

“The Plaza definitely. I would just want to be around all the people and the excitement when the Royals win it.”

Rich Buccus

Kauffman Stadium 

Bobby Wagner

Saints Bar Independence 

John Smith

Howl at the Moon KCOliver’s on 12th 

Jolynne Brancato 

Kona Grill   O’Dowd’s

Bill Mears

“Ah the heck with it. I’m pulling a Paul Rudd and having a keg party at my parent’s house!”

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