Two days after beating the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50, the Denver Broncos will celebrate becoming NFL Champions. The city of Denver will honor the Broncos with a parade on Tuesday morning with the festivities starting at 10 a.m. MST.
The celebration begins at Civic Center Park with musical performances by 3OH!3, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, and Funkiphino, who all hail from Colorado. The parade officially begins at noon on 17th and Wynkoop, where the players and coaches will head down 17th street and towards Broadway. Eventually, the parade will make its way to Civic Center Park at around 1 p.m. MST, commencing an hour-long rally.
Denver Broncos players and coaches, Governor John Hickenlooper and Mayor Michael B. Hancock will be at the rally, along with other guests.
“We shocked the world! What a win! The Denver Broncos' perseverance and skill showed up tonight in a big way. 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,” Mayor Hancock said in a press release. “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 Super Bowl marks Denver’s first professional sports championship since the Colorado Avalanche won the 2001 Stanley Cup. The Broncos last won the Super Bowl in 1999, successfully defending their title from the previous year.
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