Celebrations have already begun. Denver Broncos stole all headlines yesterday after winning the Super Bowl 50 at the Levis Stadium 24-10 against the Carolina Panthers. It was all happening at the Levis Stadium. It was quite a spectacle with more than 70,000 spectators and to top it off, Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, and Cold Play, engaged the audience in some electrifying performances.
As per the Denver CBS Local, festivities are scheduled to start at 10 AM on Tuesday at the Civic Center Park. The parade will start in the afternoon from Union Station. The source quotes, “The team will head down 17th Street to Broadway, Broadway to 13th Avenue, and then finally to the City and County Building for the rally.”
Back in 1995 when the Denver Broncos brought home their first Super Bowl trophy, the crowd was estimated at 650,000. This time around the number is expected to go beyond a million.
The source quoted Brea Olson, who is with the downtown Denver Partnership, was quoted as saying, “We’re expecting great weather … it will be a national audience who are watching us celebrate the Broncos bringing home the world championship. It’s just great to have Denver showcased on such a national stage.”
No folding chairs or large backpacks will be allowed. The crowd is expected to be so large in number that the security has taken stringent measures to curb any chaos among them.
The crews have already begun setting up the streets and decorating it with Orange and Blue to honour the Broncos Country.
As per the OC Register reports, Peyton Manning has a huge role to play in the parade. He will be headlining the Broncos’ Disneyland parade. The 39-year-old QB is excited to lead the Disneyland parade after it became a tradition. Here is one of the videos where Manning talks about the Disneyland parade.
Stay tuned for more information on the upcoming celebrations.