All the Details for the Baltimore Ravens' Super Bowl Victory Parade
February 4, 2013 at 10:35 AM
The Super Bowl is now over and in case you missed this year’s big game we’ll fill you in on what went down. The Baltimore Ravens won the first half of the game, then came Beyoncé, after that the lights went out, and then the San Francisco 49ers kind of won the second half.
It’s the final score that matters, so when it was all said and done the Ravens came out on top—final score 34 to 31. Now that the game is over—and since you’re not quite ready to start nursing that hangover—it’s time to join in on the victory parade.
Today is reserved for interviews and even more celebration, but the Baltimore Ravens are ready to hit the streets tomorrow—that’s Tuesday, February 5. The party is set to start doing its thing at 11am outside of City Hall, and then things will make their way through the city before ending at the team’s stadium. To us it sounds like the exact route is still being somewhat finalized as of Monday morning, but if you make your way to Baltimore we are fairly confident that you’ll be able to check out some of the action.
The team is encouraging some cold weather tailgating over in the parking lot at M&T Bank Stadium, so it might be time to warm up the grill and drag out the cooler one last time. Players will be introduced, celebrated, and cheered on one last time inside of the stadium, and apparently Ray Lewis will do his pre-game dance for the last time before heading off towards retirement. Luckily for Ravens fans Joe Flacco—quarterback and Super Bowl MVP—will be back next season, and he’s going to be quite wealthy thanks to a new contract.
[Photo of another parade: sidewalk flying]