Kansas City announces victory parade on Tuesday

Kansas City’s last World Series parade in 1985.
Kansas City’s last World Series parade in 1985.

A 2.3 mile-long World Series victory parade starts at noon on Tuesday, starting on Grand Boulevard between the Sprint Center and the Kansas City Power & Light District, city officials said late Sunday.

The parade will head north to Ninth Street, turn east to Oak, then south to Truman, then west back to Grand. After circling through the downtown business district, the parade will continue south on Grand to Pershing Road, the city said.

The parade will turn west on Pershing Road to Union Station, where a stage will be located in front of Union Station, with viewing opportunities on the north lawn of the National WWI Museum and Memorial.

A victory rally will start at about 2 p.m., shortly after the end of the parade arrives, the city said.

For complete information about the parade, including parking areas, go to

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