Fire up the duck boats and don your favorite Patriots jersey, we’re celebrating yet another Super Bowl championship parade.
The Pats defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 on Sunday in Super Bowl LIII, earning their sixth championship title. The team will cruise down Boylston, Cambridge and Tremont Streets in celebration of their big victory.
Super Bowl MVP Julian Edelman, running back Sony Michel and the dynamic duo themselves, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, will be among the rest of the champions attending the parade.
More than 1 million attendants are anticipated for the celebration, which will begin at 11 a.m. Tuesday, according to Boston Mayor Marty Walsh.
During a press conference on Monday, Walsh asked fans to respect each other.
“Watching the parade is going to be kids and families, so we’re asking you to not throw things,” he said. “Do not throw beers, do not throw anything at those boats. We don’t want to see anyone get hurt while they’re in town celebrating the parade.”
Walsh referred to what happened to Red Sox manager Alex Cora during the baseball team’s own championship parade just a few months ago. A fan threw a beer can at Cora, damaging the World Series trophy.
The parade will begin at the Hynes Convention Center and end at City Hall Plaza. Citing public safety, Walsh said there will be no rally at City Hall Plaza this year. The parade route will be roughly 2 miles.
Several street closures are under effect for the parade as well as parking restrictions. Officials highly urge attendants to take public transportation for the celebration.
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