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Ravens victory parade set for tomorrow: updated with maps

Team will appear at M&T Bank Stadium around 12:30. Free parking available.

A Super Bowl victory parade and stadium celebration will be held for the Ravens tomorrow (Feb. 5), hosted by the city of Baltimore and Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake.

The parade will kick off at 10:45 a.m. from City Hall at 100 N. Holliday Street, with public viewing at War Memorial Plaza just east of the building.

The parade will proceed south on Commerce Street, then west on Pratt Street to Howard Street, then south on Howard to M&T Bank Stadium.

Among those parading will be city and state politicians, the Ravens Marching Band, Ravens cheerleaders, and the Baltimore City Fire Department and Police Department honor guards.
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List of street closings and parking restrictions downtown because of Ravens Victory Parade: bit.ly/Y6rYG5
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Layout at City Hall for start of Ravens parade tomorrow morning, with general viewing area located at War Memorial Plaza.

Layout at City Hall for start of Ravens parade tomorrow morning, with general viewing area located at War Memorial Plaza.

Stadium Event and Parking

Starting at about 12:30 p.m., the Super Bowl champs – players, coaches and staff – will appear at M&T Stadium along with live entertainment.

Route of the Ravens Victory Parade tomorrow morning. (Office of the Mayor)

Ravens Victory Parade route. (Office of the Mayor)

The stadium event will be held rain or shine and is free for all fans.

Concessions, merchandise and restrooms will be available at the stadium.

Parking is free in lots F, G, H and J. The lots will open at 9:00 a.m. No tailgating will be permitted.

Fans may enter M&T Bank Stadium through gates A, B, C and D beginning at 10:00 a.m.

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