The Parade Starts At Noon At 20th And Market

30 Oct

It will end at Citizens Bank Park, where the championship rally will occur.  The Phillies gave out free tickets to both CBP and Lincoln Financial Field, but perhaps more than a million people will be lining the streets to take part in the festivities.  It will be a must-go for anyone who calls themselves a Phillies fan.

How to act?  Mayor Nutter put it best:

“You can be joyous, you cannot be a jackass,” Nutter said today at a press conference to detail parade plans.

So how to get there?  Take SEPTA or PATCO.  Period.  Trying to drive into Center City or South Philly tomorrow would simply be a futile venture.  If you actually attempt it, don’t park on Broad Street, dumbass. Prepare for delays on trains, on the subway, everywhere.  Be patient.  Bask in the glory of the first championship in 25 years.  Hope for sunshine and enjoy the day! Go Phils!


4 Responses to “The Parade Starts At Noon At 20th And Market”

  1. The Red Tornado October 31, 2008 at 3:53 pm #

    even public transport was an awful way of getting in. I heard reports of people waiting for hours as they watched train after train drive by because they were too full from previous stops to stop and pick up more people.

  2. SeptaSUCKS November 3, 2008 at 11:37 pm #

    Septa: Epic FAIL.

  3. Chris November 3, 2008 at 11:41 pm #

    Properly fund mass transit and new transit lines.

  4. Custom Building Products May 18, 2009 at 10:17 am #

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