Chicago will officially congratulate the Blackhawks on their Stanley Cup victory with a parade and rally Thursday.
The parade will begin at 10 a.m. (11 a.m. ET) at West Washington Boulevard and North Racine Avenue and travel east to North DesPlaines Street before turning south to West Monroe Street. From Monroe, the parade will travel east to South Michigan Avenue.
Parade-goers will be able to see Blackhawks players, front office personnel, and the coveted Stanley Cup as they pass by on double-decker buses.
Once the motorcade reaches South Michigan Avenue, it will quickly head to Soldier Field for a planned 11 a.m. rally.
Streets along the route and in the Loop could be shut down by 9 a.m. and access to many parking garages could be restricted, city officials warned.