Live updates from the Patriots’ Super Bowl victory parade

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Here’s all you need to know to catch the latest Patriots’ Super Bowl victory parade.

Boston is pretty familiar with celebratory championship parades, and they’ll get another one on Tuesday after the New England Patriots beat the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.

We’ll be following along with live updates as Boston enjoys its, approximately, 1398th parade in the last decade, on a 55-degree day.

Gronk is all grown up!

He still isn’t shirtless and he’s drinking …. wine?

And he’s still … wearing a shirt?

He’s come a long way. Does that mean he really IS going to retire?

Tom Brady is the GOAT, haven’t you heard

Brady’s daughter, who stole the show after the Super Bowl, is there with her dad again, holding a sign that shows a goat > a ram.

That was just hours after:

The music is all “Crazy Train” and Van Halen so far

As expected:

Bill Belichick sorta smiled

Close enough:

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Tom Brady expects Gronk and Julian Edelman to start stripping soon

Here’s what Brady said on a radio interview Tuesday:

What a lovely Adam Levine tribute.

Even the weather was in the Patriots’ favor

The fans in Boston are used to parades, but OF COURSE they were going to show up in droves to celebrate with the Patriots — especially on a surprisingly warm day.

It never gets old for fans, especially ones who are young enough to have seen, like, one non-Patriots Super Bowl:

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Parade Info

The official celebration parade is set to begin at 11 a.m. ET on Tuesday, and will be broadcast by the NFL Network (live streaming via fuboTV, NFL, WBZ-TV).

The duck boats will begin in downtown Boston on Boylston Street’s intersection with Hereford Street. It will proceed with a left onto Tremont Street to Cambridge Street, where the parade will end. With Rob Gronkowski on the team, anything is obviously possible, but expect plenty of alcohol.

Road closures are expected to begin approximately two hours prior to the parade, and will include the three streets mentioned above, also affecting their intersections with Massachusetts Avenue, Court Street and New Chardon Street.

Weather-wise, temperatures are expected to be in the mid-50s. Those navigating the city before, during and after the city will probably find everything well organized and easy to get through, as the city is quite used to throwing parades for its sports teams.

If you want to get a recap of the last time this happened, it was just a couple years ago.

A complete list of closures and other information for those who plan to attend the parade in person can be found at Boston.gov.

Time, TV, and streaming info

  • Date: Tuesday, Feb. 5
  • Time: 11 a.m. ET
  • TV: NFL Network, WBZ-TV 4 (CBS)
  • Streaming: fuboTV, NFL, WBZ-TV

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