Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup Celebration, March in Denver – CBS Denver

(CBS4) – Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche will continue the celebration with a championship parade on Thursday 30 June.

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The pre-parade rally starts at 9:00 am at Civic Center Park, where there will be live music, highlight reels of the season, and live video feed of the parade.

The parade will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Union Station. Fans are welcome from Union Station to 17th Street on Broadway and then south to Civic Center Park.

Link: The group publishes details about the parade and celebration in Denver

There will be two designated parade seats for persons with mobility impairments. The first lot will be in the 16th and northwest corner of Winnipeg, the second 17th and Curtis will be in the northeast corner. Those places are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

For the rally, there will be seats reserved for mobility-impaired fans in front of the town and county building at the south end of Pannog Street, accessible from 14th Avenue. There is parking nearby at the Cultural Center Complex garage on the 12th and Broadway. Both parking and seating for the rally are served first come first served.

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The DOTI team will close Bannock from Colfax at 6:00 a.m. Wednesday until the 14th. They will be closed Thursday at 6:00 a.m. between Delaware and Broadway on the 14th, and between Golfbox and Bunnacle on the 13th between Bunnac and Golfbox and Cherokee on the 13th.

Attendees are asked to use the RTD to travel to the city.

It is recommended to bring plenty of water. The minimum is expected to reach 90s on Thursday and no water will be provided at the site. Hats and sunscreen are highly recommended.

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One of our major league sports teams last won the championship in 2016 for the Broncos. Although it has not yet been officially mapped out, a parade and celebration venue will remain the same.

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In 2016, the march began on 17th Street and Wincoop Street near Union Station and proceeded through Broadway through 17th, from Broadway to 13th Avenue and from 13th to City and County Building.

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