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Super Bowl parade 2016 map and route for Denver Broncos victory celebration

The Broncos victory parade will begin on 17th Street, turn down Broadway and end at Civic Center Park.

Following their 24-10 win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, the Denver Broncos' victory parade will get started on Tuesday afternoon and is free and open to the public in downtown Denver.

While festivities in Denver will begin at 10 a.m. local time (noon ET), the parade officially begins at 2 p.m. ET and will go along 17th Street before finishing at Civic Center Park on Broadway. In a press release released after the game on Sunday, Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock announced the victory parade with plenty of exclamation points.

"We shocked the world! What a win! The Denver Broncos' perseverance and skill showed up tonight in a big way," Hancock said. "With a sea of orange at Levi Stadium and Broncos Country across the nation zeroed in to support our team, the Broncos and fans really brought this one home together. And now, Denver is proud to partner with the Broncos for an epic celebration in downtown Denver on Tuesday! Let's welcome home that Lombardi trophy!"

The full parade route was also announced on the City of Denver website:


The parade is also scheduled to have performances by Funkiphino, 3OH!3, and Big Head Todd and The Monsters at Civic Center Park before Peyton Manning, Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and the rest of the team arrives in the afternoon.