Boston prepares for a familiar sight: A Super Bowl victory parade


The route is set for tomorrow’s victory parade in Boston for Patriots fans eager to celebrate the team’s sixth Super Bowl win.

Mayor Marty Walsh announced the details after returning from Atlanta. Signs are up on Boylston Street and crews are busy removing snow to make room for the duck boats.

Officials are expecting a large crowd, if it’s anything like two years ago, the last time the Pats won the championship. But much better weather is expected.

The game’s MVP, receiver Julian Edelman said he wants to see a big turnout.

“I want a record number of people out there for that parade,” he said. “We just got 6 tied the most lets go!”

The parade is schedyuled to start at 11 from Hynes Convention Center and make it’s way to city hall. It will be a celebration the city has seen before.

“If you’re going to come out for the parade tomorrow to be responsible,” said Walsh. “Don’t be throwing beers and throwing things at the players and their families and act responsibly.” 

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