Philadelphia, PA - As the city braces for massive crowds, parking issues and plenty of celebration for the Philadelphia Eagles’ first Super Bowl Victory parade. Philly is set to host the largest celebration ever.
Attendance is expected to break records with millions lining the parade route. When the Phillies won the 2008 World Series, an estimated 1 million people attended the parade. Officials estimate that number could easily double or triple. The Flyers have long claimed more than 2 million fans went wild down Broad each year for the 1974 and 1975 Stanley Cup winning teams. Sixers fans mobbed the streets for the 1983 NBA champion 76ers. But this is expected to dwarf all of them.
Parade Information Guide - Philadelphia, PA. will host a parade this Thursday for our 2018 Super Bowl LII Champions! The parade will tentatively start at 11am at Broad and Pattison, heading north to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Further details will be announced at a Tuesday 9am news conference, location to be determined.