UPDATE: The Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl victory parade will take place Thursday, February 8. The parade will begin at 11 a.m. ET at Broad and Pattison and end with a ceremony at the Art Museum.
The ceremony will be on the iconic Art Museum steps — also known as “The Rocky Steps” — at 1 p.m. ET and is expected to last two hours until 3 p.m. ET.
If Philadelphia Eagles fans are still as energetic as they were on Sunday night, the City of Brotherly Love is going to be a wild scene.
After the Philadelphia Eagles took down the New England Patriots dynasty to win Super Bowl 52 on Sunday night, the City of Brotherly Love broke out into an all-out celebration.
Fans hit the streets to cheer on their beloved Eagles and the first Lombardi Trophy in franchise history.
But that wasn’t the only celebration that will be taking place.
Later this week, Philadelphia fans will once again come together in the streets for the team’s Super Bowl victory parade. The way that Philly sports fans celebrate, you know something epic is going to be in store.
According to reports following the game, the championship parade is set to take place in Philadelphia on Wednesday.
Mike Sielski of the Philly Inquirer shared the planned date on social media following the game.
As for specific details regarding the parade route, start time and other information, that is expected to be announced at some point on Monday.
So while we have to wait for a few hours to learn exactly when and where the parade will be taking place, if you can get to Philadelphia on Wednesday you will be happy that you came.
We will update the post with more information as it becomes available.