Patriots parade 2019 Live,For the second time in four months, the city of Boston will be hosting a championship parade.Mayor Marty Walsh announced the city will put on a duck boat parade at 11 a.m. ET Tuesday to commemorate the New England Patriots’ Super Bowl LIII championship.
PATRIOTS 2019 CHAMPIONSHIP PARADE LIVE
Date: Tuesday, Feb. 5
Time: 11 a.m. ET
TV Schedule: NFL Network and NBC10 in Boston
Is Boston ready for yet another championship parade, four long, grueling months after it had its last one?
It better be, because the Duck Boats are coming for downtown Boston on Tuesday.
Shortly after the Patriots hoisted the Lombardi Trophy for the sixth time, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh took to Twitter to share details about the forthcoming citywide celebration with Patriots fans.
Whether you’re planning on attending the parade in person Tuesday or plan to call in sick and watch from home (or on your computer at work, we won’t judge), below you’ll find everything you need to know about the event.
Mother Nature will be among those celebrating the Super Bowl champion New England Patriots during the team’s rolling rally Tuesday morning in Boston. The Patriots are enjoying the parade for the sixth time since 2002 after their 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams Sunday night in Super Bowl LII.
The high temperatures Tuesday are going to be close to 60 degrees, peaking shortly after noon, when the rally will be wrapping up. The rally begins at 11 a.m. at Hynes Convention Center, continues down Boylston Street, takes a left on Tremont Street and finishes on Cambridge Street. You can see a map of the route below. Read more about the Patriots rally – including parking restrictions and street closures.
Patch will be live at the rally, broadcasting from the fan’s perspective. Check back around 11 a.m. to catch our unique perspective.
Fans are encouraged to take the MBTA into Boston, the City said. The Commuter Rail will run its normal weekday schedule, adding cars on the busiest lines. The Commuter Rail acknowledged potential delays of up to two hours during the evening commute. The Bruins play at TD Garden at 7 p.m., exacerbating the crowds.
The Patriots beat the Rams in Sunday’s big game in Atlanta, and the team is now preparing to celebrate with fans at home. On Tuesday morning, the Patriots will hit the streets of Boston in duck boats to further revel in their 2019 Super Bowl victory.
If you can’t make it out to the route from Hynes Convention Center to City Hall, you can still watch all the action from the comfort of your home (or office).
Although the parade starts at 11 a.m., some stations will begin broadcasting parade coverage before then. WBZ Channel 4 will cover the parade from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., and WCVB Channel 5 will do the same from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. WCVB will also be live streaming the parade on its website and through its app.