After beating the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX, the New England Patriots are world champions for the fourth time in franchise history. Of course, this needs to be celebrated. And celebrated it will be.
According to Boston Mayor Marty J. Walsh's office, a victory parade will be held by the City of Boston to honor the members of the 2014 Patriots. Walsh and the city also hosted the team's Super Bowl Send-Off Rally last Monday in City Hall Plaza.
With the Patriots now returning to New England victoriously, the City of Boston decided to host a parade
tomorrow -- Tuesday, February 3 -- at 11 a.m. UPDATE: Due to the weather, the parade has been postponed to Wednesday, February 4, 11 a.m.
According to patriots.com, the parade route will begin at Prudential Tower and end at City Hall. For further information, please take a look at the web sites of the City of Boston (cityofboston.gov) and the New England Patriots (patriots.com).
Come and celebrate together with your Super Bowl champion New England Patriots!
EDIT: The route will look as follows (via the Boston Globe):
MAP: The #Patriots victory parade route will include over 20 duck boats: http://t.co/iJ8mHyCU30 pic.twitter.com/6Mb3GmuciD— The Boston Globe (@BostonGlobe) February 2, 2015