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Blues Stanley Cup parade set for Saturday

The Blues will march the Stanley Cup down Market Street this Saturday in St. Louis.

ST. LOUIS — The St. Louis Blues Championship Parade & Rally is set for this Saturday.

The Blues tweeted details Thursday morning.

The parade will start at noon at 18th and Market Street and end at Broadway and Market.

A rally will take place after the parade at the Arch.

The Blues promised to release more details soon.

City officials say they are preparing for this like every other parade, so get here early. Parking meters will be enforced. 

If that changes, we'll let you know.

The after party will be at the Archgrounds, and there will be security checkpoints all around the arch.

There are no weapons allowed.

For the actual parade you are allowed to bring coolers, alcoholic beverages and food, but no glass, and no selling or cooking.

Several people have asked about floats. City officials say this parade is all about the players, and getting them from point A to point B, so no floats like at Mardi Gras for example.

Another thing is the cleanup. City crews and the blues private contractor are working together to make sure the city is spotless after the parade.

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