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When and where is the Vegas Golden Knights 2023 Stanley Cup champions celebration parade?

The Stanley Cup is making its debut journey down the iconic Las Vegas Strip as a celebration of the Vegas Golden Knights championship win.

A video board at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Las Vegas Raiders, displays a congratulatory message for the Vegas Golden Knights

Las Vegas, NV - In an exciting match, the Golden Knights are the 2023 Stanley Cup Final winners against the Panthers, earning their first championship title. The victory has generated overwhelming enthusiasm among Las Vegas fans, who eagerly await the upcoming celebratory events. This remarkable achievement marks the city’s second major sports championship within a year, following the Las Vegas Aces’ victory in the 2022 WNBA finals.

The date for the grand parade to honor the Golden Knights’ historic achievement has not yet been announced. However, residents and fans should stay tuned as AS USA will provide updates once the official announcement is made. Although the parade route remains undisclosed, it is expected to follow the WNBA’s Las Vegas Aces path during their celebratory procession.

In the past, the Aces’ parade began on Caesar’s Palace Drive and made its way down the iconic Las Vegas Strip, captivating spectators along the bustling thoroughfare. The procession ended at the festive stage in front of the Bellagio Fountain, between West Flamingo Road and Paris Drive.

Prominent figures from the Golden Knights organization, including players, coaches, front-office staff, and esteemed owner Bill Foley, are expected to attend the celebratory rally and give speeches at the end of it. The event promises to be an unforgettable experience for fans and players, serving as a platform to honor the team’s exceptional accomplishments and rally the city’s unwavering support.

Although the exact date of the parade is unknown, meteorologists predict partly cloudy skies in Las Vegas, accompanied by scorching temperatures soaring into the mid-90s for most of the week. Parade-goers should prepare accordingly and take necessary precautions to ensure their comfort and well-being during the festivities.