When's the Patriots Super Bowl championship parade?

As is tradition, it's time to fire up the duck boats in Boston after the Patriots won the Super Bowl!

Immediately after the Patriots' win in Super Bowl LIII, Mayor Marty Walsh posted his excitement on Twitter, and alerted fans that the parade would be rolling through the city Tuesday morning starting at 11 a.m.

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Who's ready for another championship parade?! See you Tuesday, Boston! It's time to celebrate! SHARE if you'll be there!

Posted by Boston 25 News on Sunday, February 3, 2019

SUPER BOWL CHAMPS! THE PATS GOT THE JOB DONE! SHARE to show your excitement for Tom Brady and this year's Patriots!

Posted by Boston 25 News on Sunday, February 3, 2019

"Congratulations on another Super Bowl championship @Patriots!!" Walsh said. "Fire up the duck boats, @CityofBoston"

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The city will get their second championship parade in just four months, following the Red Sox win against the Dodgers in their own version of "Beat LA" in October.

The forecast for Tuesday is expected to be in the 50s.

The MBTA is asking fans to be on their best behavior for the parade on Tuesday, reminding riders in a Tweet that "Anyone consuming or transporting alcohol, being disruptive/rowdy and/or creating an unsafe environment on the #MBTA will be ejected."


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