The Baltimore Ravens will celebrate their second Super Bowl title in franchise history on Tuesday morning with a victory parade.

The celebration is scheduled to get underway at 10:45 a.m. eastern time at City Hall. Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will introduce the 2013 champions, and the parade will eventually end at M&T Bank Stadium.

Once the parade is over, the festivities will continue at the venue where the Ravens play their home games. The celebration in the stadium will include the players and live entertainment. Doors of the stadium will open at 10 a.m. ET, and the event is set to begin around 12:30 p.m. ET.

Baltimore has been dominant at M&T Bank Stadium, losing just three games there in as many seasons. In their 2013 playoff run, the Ravens played just one game in front of their home fans.

The Ravens championship is the first one that the city has seen in over a decade. The club defeated the New York Giants in 2001 for the city’s last title, but Baltimore hasn’t had much success with its sports teams. The Orioles haven’t won the World Series since 1983, and they made the playoffs in 2012 for the first time in 15 years.

Baltimore doesn't have a professional basketball, soccer, or hockey team.