Your 2015 Chicago Blackhawks are the World Champions and once again Chicago is prepping for a huge parade !
It’s been confirmed that the parade will take place this Thursday (according to the Sun-Times and the Daily Herald), the city will expect millions to be in attendance. It was estimated over two million attended in 2013.
This makes the 3rd Stanley Cup win in 6 years !
2015 Chicago Blackhawks Parade Facts :
The 2013 parade started off at Lower Wacker Drive at 10:30am.
No alcohol allowed, police will make you dump it out.
You can reserve parking at garages on Wabash and Randolph and Dearborn and Van Buren.
Don’t forget to wear your Hawks gear. ! Here’s a snippet from Jim Cornelison singing the National Anthem at the 2013 parade.
Want To Track The Cup?
Well there’s an app for that !
Many people in Chicago will be “tracking the Cup” in an attempt to drink out of Lord Stanley, you can do this by downloading the “Wheres The Cup” app from Jury In A Hurry, LLC. It’ll give you a location of the Stanley Cup at all times.
Check back for further details.
( Sports Mockery )
( Sports Mockery )
UPDATE : Blackhawks celebration and parade will be held Thursday. Via WGN :
The City of Chicago has released the following statement regarding the parade and rally celebrating the Chicago Blackhawks Stanley Cup Championship:
Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the City of Chicago will celebrate the 2015 Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursday, June 18, with a parade followed by a rally at Soldier Field.
“The City of Chicago is so proud of the Blackhawks, which is why we are going to throw them a celebration that only Chicago can throw – a celebration worthy of a hockey dynasty,” said Mayor Emanuel.
The parade route will run along Monroe Street, beginning at Jefferson Street all the way to Michigan Avenue. A rally will be held afterwards at Soldier Field, which will be a free, ticketed event.
Full ticket information will be announced later today.