The Vegas Golden Knights celebrated winning their first-ever Stanley Cup on Tuesday. Here is when and where fans can expect the parade to take place.
16 teams entered the Stanley Cup playoffs, and only one emerged as champions. After holding an expansion draft just six years ago, the Vegas Golden Knights hoisted Lord Stanley’s Cup after defeating the Florida Panthers 9-3 in Game 5 on Tuesday night. Fans in T-Mobile Arena were loud and joyous watching every player on the team lift the Cup, including those that were first selected by the team back in 2017.
Stanley Cup season is now over. Now, it’s parade season. One has to imagine just how insane the Golden Knights’ parade in Las Vegas will be. Again, it’s in Las Vegas!
For fans or those who are thinking about attending the parade and want to note the date and route, we have those answers for you.
Golden Knights Stanley Cup parade route, date, and other details
SinBin.vegas reported on Wednesday that the parade is scheduled to take place on Saturday, June 17 at 7:00 p.m. PT. As for the route, it will go down the Vegas Strip.
The Golden Knights announced some additional details regarding the parade. The route officially begins at 7:00 p.m. PT on Flamingo Road and “extends to Tropicana Boulevard.” It’s important to note that both sides of the Vegas Strip will be closed off, per the team.
A rally will be held on Toshiba Plaza and the Park District in front of T-Mobile Arena.
Additional updates regarding the parade and the broadcast of the event will be announced by the team on their official website. So, keep your eyes peeled in the lead-up to the parade if you plan on attending live, or watching from home.
The parade is set. Enjoy this one, Golden Knights fans.