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Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup Parade: What to know for Thursday

Colorado Avalanche Stanley Cup Parade: What to know for Thursday

9NEWS will salute the 2022 Stanley Cup Champion Colorado Avalanche with dwell parade protection Thursday.

DENVER — A Stanley Cup championship parade will march by the streets of Denver for the primary time in 21 years on Thursday.

9NEWS can be your own home for the parade and rally in downtown Denver all through the day.

Watch dwell

9NEWS will air the Stanley Cup parade and rally on 9NEWS, on, and different 9NEWS streaming platform together with the 9NEWS YouTube channel and on the 9NEWS app.

Reside protection of the celebrations begins at 4:30 a.m. on 9NEWS, persevering with by the top of the rally.


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The Stanley Cup parade departs at 10 a.m. from Union Station on seventeenth Road and Wynkoop Road in downtown Denver.

The parade will proceed southeast on seventeenth Road and switch proper on Broadway earlier than ending at Civic Middle Park.

Colorado Avalanche gamers, coaches and administration will seem within the parade. 

No seating can be allowed alongside the parade route.


Leisure on the celebratory rally begins at 9 a.m. at Civic Middle Park in downtown Denver. The parade won’t arrive on the rally till after 11 a.m.

The rally can be held on the steps of the Denver Metropolis and County Constructing.

Avalanche gamers, coaches and administration will seem on the rally alongside group house owners Stan Kroenke and Josh Kroenke, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock, mascot Bernie and the Avalanche Ice Patrol.

Video screens can be positioned on Bannock Road and in Civic Middle Park, which can present dwell pictures from the parade and leisure on the stage. Signal language interpreters can be on the park and open captions can be projected on the video screens.

No seating can be allowed at Civic Middle Park.

What to deliver

The Avalanche advise followers to deliver plenty of water, sunscreen, hats, a fully-charged mobile phone and their greatest Colorado Avalanche gear.

What to not deliver

  • Alcohol, marijuana and unlawful medicine
  • Chairs and seating of any form
  • Blankets, tarps, seaside towels, and many others.
  • Inflatable objects (seaside balls, latex balloons, and many others.)
  • Cans and bottles
  • Grills or propane
  • Weapons
  • Umbrellas
  • Arduous case containers (coolers, briefcases, and many others.)
  • Air horns/whistles/vuvuzelas
  • Animals (besides service animals)
  • Chemical substances
  • Fireworks, smoke bombs, and many others.
  • Giant backpacks, suitcases, seaside luggage, tools luggage, and many others.
  • Drones
  • Audio/video recording units (together with giant cameras & tripods)
  • Laser pointers
  • Police/Radio scanners
  • Skateboards/Rollerblades

Attending to downtown

Parking and site visitors can be extraordinarily heavy in downtown Denver on Thursday.

The Metropolis of Denver and Regional Transportation District (RTD) encourage the usage of public transit to achieve the parade and rally.

Riders can test the RTD web site to view schedules and use RTD’s Journey Planner and Subsequent Experience apps to assist plan and navigate the journey.

Many bus routes can be detouring across the parade and rally together with routes 0, 1, 6, 8, 9, 10, 15, 15L, 16, 19, 20, 28, 32, 38, 43, 44, 48, 52, 83L.

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