It’s confirmed – The Chicago Cubs World Series Championship Parade will be a grand party 108 years in the making.
Tomorrow is the day, according to the City Hall and the Chicago Cubs, the parade is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. at Wrigley Field and ending at the Lower Hutchinson Field in Grant Park at 12 pm CDT.
All route details from Wrigley Field are yet to be finalized but the city encourages fans to use Addison Street from Sheffield to Pine Grove, North Michigan Avenue from Oak to Ohio streets and Columbus Drive between Monroe Street and Balbo Avenue.
The festivities are free to the public – with water bottles being permitted inside the park. For safety reasons for all involved, all attendees will be required to partake in a security search/check-in at the entrances on Michigan Avenue and Jackson Boulevard and Michigan and Congress Parkway.
Students who attend Chicago Public Schools will have the day off to celebrate the historical event.
Will you be attending?
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