Eagles Super Bowl Parade 2018 Live Stream Online,Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney, Eagles President Don Smolenski, and other city officials held a news conference Tuesday morning, providing details about Thursday’s parade in celebration of the Eagles’ Super Bowl victory.”The parade is our chance to say thank you to Philadelphia,” Smolenski said during the news conference.
Reported Time (ET): 11 a.m. (tentative)
Live Stream: TBA
A first is about to unfold in the city of Philadelphia: A Lombardi Trophy will make its way through the streets.
The Philadelphia Eagles completed the Hollywood-esque story in the 2018 Super Bowl, taking down Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in epic fashion, 41-33.
Along the way, the Eagles got key performances from free-agent adds such as Alshon Jeffery, a game-altering play from first-round pick Derek Barnett and repeated aggressive and smart calls from head coach Doug Pederson, including two fourth-down plays sure to go down in football lore forever.
The intersection of Broad Street and Pattison Avenue is a short distance from Lincoln Financial Field, and the plan is to head north toward Downtown Philadelphia.
Considering it was the first Super Bowl in franchise history, you can expect Eagles fans to show up in a big way for the parade Thursday. The city is so excited it already cancelled school on Thursday.
How to watch the Eagles parade; full travel guide, road closures and other details for the Super Bowl celebration
According to the city of Philadelphia, NBC-10 and NBC Sports Philadelphia will air Thursday’s Eagles Super Bowl live and also stream it online for fans who can’t make it to town.
The news came as part of a large package of news that officials shared on Tuesday morning ahead of the event that is expected to draw well over two million people to celebrate the team’s 41-33 Super Bowl 52 victory over New England on Sunday.
Other details, all courtesy of the city:
When will it start and where?
“Parade: Kicks off at 11 a.m. at Broad Street and Pattison Avenue, heading north toward the Art Museum. The parade will last approximately two hours.
Formal Celebration: Begins at 1 p.m. in front of the Art Museum. The program will last approximately two hours.”
What roads will be closed?
“Motorists should avoid the areas along and around the parade route, including Broad Street, Center City, and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Drivers should use alternate routes and allow for extra time when traveling in the area. Some bicycle lanes around the Parkway are also affected.
“There will be significant travel delays on Thursday. Additional road closures and lane restrictions may be necessary during the event to maintain public safety.”
Parking and transit details
“There will be parking restrictions along and around the parade route. These restrictions go into effect at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, February 7, and extend into the late evening on Thursday, February 8. Cars parked in temporary no parking zones will be relocated. A full list of the affected streets is available online.
“If at all possible, visitors should not drive into Center City. If, however, driving is necessary, the City encourages drivers to park in off-street lots and garages along the Parkway, Broad Street, or near the stadium complex. The Philadelphia Parking Authority also has a list of garages online. If visitors must drive, they should contact individual parking facilities for rates and availability ahead of time.
“There will be no enforcement of meter and time limit regulations on the day of the parade. Safety violations such as parking too close to the corner, fire hydrants, blocking crosswalks, and double parking will be enforced.”