Yesterday after returning from New Orleans, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and the Baltimore Ravens joined together in announcing the details of today’s Super Bowl Victory Parade honoring the Super Bowl XLVII Champion Baltimore Ravens.
To view a map of the parade route, click here.
As announced by the Mayor’s office, festivities got underway this morning with a 10:45 a.m. introduction from the mayor at Baltimore City Hall. The Baltimore Police Department announced at 12:05 p.m. today that the parade leaving City Hall had officially gotten underway.
From City Hall, the parade proceeded through the streets of downtown Baltimore, past the Inner Harbor, and ended at the Ravens’ M&T Bank Stadium.
By 12:38 p.m. the police announced that M&T Bank Stadium has reached maximum capacity and was no longer open to fans.
Around 1:00 p.m., Ravens’ Ed Reed tweeted "It's awesome, man."
By 2:00 p.m., the Baltimore Police Department issued a statement asking revelers to celebrate responsibly, leave the stadium using crosswalks, avoid walking in the streets, and to not drink and drive.
Around 2:01 p.m., Ray Lewis tweeted “There is no place in the world that is better than Baltimore."
View the list to see some images and team tweets from today’s Ravens’ Super Bowl Victory Parade.