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The Boston Celtics Championship Parade will be held on Friday

The Boston Celtics Championship Parade will be held on Friday

BOSTON – The duck boats are ready and the city of Boston will celebrate The eighteenth championship in Celtics history With a renewed march on Friday.

When is the Celtics parade?

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced that a renewed march would be held on Friday in the city.

Officials will reveal more details about the offer during a press conference on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m

Boston Duck Tours posted “Cue the ducks” on social media overnight, with the caption, “Who’s ready for the show?”

What is the Celtics parade route?

According to Wu’s office, the parade will begin at 11 a.m. in front of TD Park.

After turning onto Causeway Street, the duck boats will pass through City Hall Plaza and Boston Common at Tremont Street.

The parade will end on Boylston Street next to the Hynes Convention Center.

Heat wave in Boston affects parade plans

City officials face an additional challenge in planning Boston’s newest championship parade. The Celtics clinched the title as a potential heatwave was set to arrive Record temperatures are likely to be set in Boston.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released its heat risk outlook, with parts of New England classified in the “severe” risk zone. WBZ-TV executive weather producer Terry Eliassen called this “very rare” in the area.

Temperatures are expected to be in the mid to upper 90s Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in Boston.

During Tuesday’s press conference, the city plans to share preparations for the expected hot weather.

Celtics road to NBA title

The Celtics got a duck boat bid thanks to A.J Dominant performance Throughout the postseason that continues into the NBA Finals.

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Boston took a 3-0 lead. Dallas pulled out a dominant win in Game 4 to take the series back to Boston. But on Monday night at TD Garden, the Celtics finished things off and broke a tie with the Los Angeles Lakers for the most NBA titles in history.

Jaylen Brown received an award Bill Russell NBA Finals Most Valuable Player Prize after the match.