How to Watch the Patriots’ Super Bowl Parade

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Photo by Olga Khvan

Photo by Olga Khvan

You watched the Patriots pull off the greatest comeback in Super Bowl history, and now you want to take to the streets. We get that.

Mayor Marty Walsh announced the date and start time for the Patriots’ victory parade late Sunday night. The Super Bowl champs will board the duck boats Tuesday at 11 a.m., so plan accordingly.

A parade celebrating tonight’s #SuperBowl Champs @Patriots, will be held on Tuesday (2/7) at 11:00am. See you there! #Patriots #OneMore ✔️

— Mayor Marty Walsh (@marty_walsh) February 6, 2017

“Congratulations to the greatest team, the greatest coach, and the greatest quarterback of all time for winning their fifth Super Bowl victory in Houston,” Walsh said in a statement. “The Patriots have made Boston and New England proud—fire up the duck boats!”

By the looks of it, the weather doesn’t seem likely to cooperate. A mix of rain and snow is expected, with gusts up to 24 miles per hour. So bundle up, should you chose to celebrate with the team.

Thousands of fans attended the 2015 parade, which saw Rob Gronkowski, clad in a knit Minions hat, chug a few beers while hanging half his body out the amphibious rig.

Source URL: https://www.bostonmagazine.com/news/2017/02/06/patriots-super-bowl-parade-date-time/