World Series homecoming parades are always a ton of fun, but since the Chicago Cubs haven’t gotten one in 108 years, theirs is sure to be INSANE! Even if you can’t get to Chi Town, you can be a part of the raucous event by watching the live stream, right here!
Get ready to PAAARTY! The Chicago Cubs went 108 years without winning a World Series, and they will be returning to Chi Town for the first time since they broke their curse on Nov. 4, so the players, the fans, EVERYONE will be turning the hell up! However, the Cubs have fans all over the world, so if you can’t get your booty to Illinois, at lease you can catch on the action on the live stream. CLICK HERE TO WATCH.
The big day will go down on Friday, Nov. 4, just two days after their historic win. It will begin at 12pm EST/ 9am PST and will run from the iconic Wrigley Field to Grant Park. According to WGN, the parade will start at the field and “travel along Michigan Ave between Oak St. and Ohio St. and then along Columbus Dr. between Monroe St. and Balbo Ave.”
Chicago Cubs fans are sure to be on cloud nine during the incredible parade, especially since none of them have ever gotten to experience one in their lifetimes. Luckily, their other teams have been successful lately so the city knows what to expect. And trust us, it’s huge. When the Chicago White Sox won the 2005 Series, 1.75 million people showed up to the parade, and they aren’t even as popular as the Cubs! And then there were the three Blackhawk celebrations in 2010, 2013, and 2015, all of which saw upwards of 2 million people in attendance. We can’t wait to see how huge the Cubs parade is!
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