City of Tampa declares plans for Bucs’ Super Bowl parade on Wednesday afternoon

The City of Tampa has disclosed its arrangements for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl parade.

The Bucs, Hillsborough County and the City of Tampa have collaborated to have a socially removed boat parade alongside Hillsborough River.

The city declared that a boat march will happen at 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 10 along the Tampa Riverwalk.

The parade is in festival of the Bucs’ 31-9 success over the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium Sunday.

Fans are welcome to “Raise the Flags” and join the festival traversing the Tampa Riverwalk and other survey territories that offer adequate space for social removing.

“As a reminder, masks are required outdoors in all Event Zones and Entertainment Districts, including downtown and along the Tampa Riverwalk,” the press release said.

Boaters can be in the water during the procession, in any case, they can’t take an interest in the motorcade. Boaters are needed to remain 50 feet from the authority vessels in the motorcade

The Lightning celebrated with a boat parade in the wake of winning the Stanley Cup in September and their Twitter account suggested the Bucs do likewise.

Civic chairman Jane Castor communicated dissatisfaction for certain recordings seen around Super Bowl days of huge groups for certain not wearing covers, and she is encouraging procession participants to wear their covers.

Dr. Jay Wolfson said a year ago’s Lightning parade brought about an uptick of Covid cases locally.

A large number of fans pressed together along the waterfront to watch the boat parade.

“Wearing the masks will make a difference,” said Wolfson. “We suggest people bring sanitizing lotion with them because they’re going to be touching the railings, touching some other things and they want to make sure that they don’t pick up any coughing or sneezing.”

The accompanying parking options are suggested for fans going to the parade:

  • Poe Garage and Tampa Convention Center Garage – Event level expense pace of $10
  • Fortification Brooke Garage and Pam Iorio Garage – $2 each hour
  • Palm Garage in Ybor – $1 each hour (guests can get the free TECO Streetcar to Downtown)
  • Surface parts – $1 each hour

The City of Clearwater likewise plans to commend the Bucs by making a stand-out sand mold on Clearwater Beach.

“Following the great success of the promotional sand sculpture that featured Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes, we will once again be partnering with the Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival on building a tribute piece to the winning team,” said Kris Koch, senior manager of events and athletics for the city of Clearwater.

Master sand sculptors will make the piece Tuesday, Feb. 9. The sculpture is required to be done on Wednesday, Feb. 10.

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