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Everything you need to know about Tuesday's Royals championship parade

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THIS IS REALLY HAPPENING

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The Royals will host a Championship parade at noon on Tuesday, November 3. The parade will begin at the Power and Light District in downtown Kansas City and end up at Union Station. The 2.3 mile-long parade travels down  rand Boulevard between the Sprint Center and the Kansas City Power & Light District and heads north to Ninth Street. It turns east to Oak, then goes south to Truman, then west back to Grand. After circling through the downtown business district, the parade continues south on Grand to Pershing Road. The parade turns west on Pershing Road to Union Station where it terminates. Players will give speeches at a rally at Union Station that will begin around 2 p.m.

Here is the parade route, courtesy of VisitKC.

Parking is available at the National WW I Museum in Liberty Memorial for $15 and at Crown Center across from Union Station for $10.

KCATA is providing free bus service from 9 a.m. until 2 hours after the rally ends for any downtown connector. Free shuttles will also be provided  at Kemper Arena, Country Club Plaza, Metro North, 47th & State, Red Bridge, Swope Park and Strang Line park & ride. Expect numerous road closures and transit re-routes. You can find complete information at VisitKC.com

The parade and rally will be broadcast by Fox 4 in Kansas City and on Fox Sports Kansas City as well as MLB Network. Fox 4 Kansas City will live-stream the event online at fox4kc.com.

Be safe, be patient, plan ahead, and have a great time. You deserve it, Royals fans.