HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — First comes a World Series title, then comes a championship parade.
The Houston Astros know the rhythm is good as they celebrate their second title, and *now fans know when they can cheer on their favorite players in person.
On November 7, the 3-mile parade will begin at noon on Preston Street and Smith Street to Tuam Street and Smith Street.
“The fans support us. It’s awesome to see the place explode,” Astros owner Jim Crane said of Saturday’s win. “Have a safe day and enjoy the championship.”
Arriving at the parade
City officials urge participants to arrive early and take advantage of ridesharing agencies, Houston Metro or carpool.
METRO will be free all day Monday to help ease congestion in and around downtown.
Officials are asking people to pack drinks and water as Monday is expected to be a hot day.
“Please take advantage of METRO tomorrow. I ask that everyone be on their best behavior. Show off the best of what this city is about. It’s our turn to appreciate them and celebrate them,” said Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner.
- Roast Square Memorial Park
- Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart
You can view the parade map and ridesharing options METRO website.
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