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The official procession went along Michigan Avenue between Oak and Ohio, and then along Columbus between Monroe and Balbo. The rally was held at lower Hutchinson Field in Grant Park, where Barack Obama celebrated his victory in the 2008 presidential election.
Cubs fans discuss parade
Millions of fans turn out for memorable celebration
Cubs fans react to the incredible World Series parade in Chicago and share how they celebrated the team's title
Ross thanks fans at parade
Retiring Cubs catcher Ross thankful for salutes
Cubs catcher David Ross thanks his teammates and family, and shows off the World Series trophy to the joyful fans in Chicago
Zobrist shows off MVP trophy
Zobrist grateful for receiving MVP award
Cubs World Series MVP Ben Zobrist thanks his teammates and the fans for their amazing support throughout the season
Epstein on the Cubs' run
Epstein notes emotional experience during WS run
Cubs president of baseball operations Theo Epstein thanks fans at the team's World Series celebration in Grant Park
Heyward on parade, World Series
Heyward discusses incredible showing by fans
Cubs outfielder Jason Heyward reacts to the amazing turnout by fans in Chicago for the team's World Series parade
Arrieta on parade, Cubs fans
Arrieta stunned by love from fans at the parade
Jake Arrieta reacts to all the love he and the Cubs' players receive from fans as they proceed down the parade route
2:03 p.m. ET: Hey, it's Ryne Sandberg!
Cubs legend and Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg waves to the crowd along the parade route.
Edwards on World Series parade
Edwards basks in parade joy
Carl Edwards Jr. talks about his guests at the Cubs' World Series parade as they move through the streets of Chicago
Cubs fans swarm downtown Chicago
Sights and sounds as buses pass raucous fans
Cubs fans turned out by the millions in downtown Chicago as the World Series parade passes on its way to Hutchinson Field
Hendricks on parade, Cubs fans
Hendricks relishes love from Chicago faithful
Cubs pitcher Kyle Hendricks reacts to the incredible turnout along the World Series parade route
Parade passes Wrigleyville
Aerial view as Cubs World Series Parade begins
The Cubs World Series Parade exits Wrigley Field and heads through the Wrigleyville neighborhood towards downtown Chicago
Bryant sports championship belt
Bryant shows off World Series championship belt
World champion Kris Bryant talks with MLB Network while wearing a special Cubs World Series championship title belt around his waist
11:46 a.m. ET: Bigger is better
A replica World Series championship trophy (just a tad larger than the real thing) is featured on the back of a pickup trip.
Schwarber, Russell on WS parade
Schwarber, Russell discuss parade excitement
World Series champions Kyle Schwarber and Addison Russell discuss their high level of excitement for the parade in Chicago
11:24 a.m. ET: Perfect day for a celebration
Amid a backdrop of crystal clear skies, fans at Grant Park are ready to get their rally on.
11:19 a.m. ET: The anticipation builds
A huge crowd outside Wrigley waits for the festivities to begin.
Rizzo, Bryant preview parade
Rizzo, Bryant looking forward to Cubs' WS parade
Newly-crowned World Series champions Anthony Rizzo and Kris Bryant chat with MLB Network before their victory parade in Chicago
11:04 a.m. ET: Cubs title = no school
With public schools closed on Friday, young Cubs fans start to line Michigan Avenue bright and early.
10:44 a.m. ET: Art imitating life
Cubs fans pose next to a lion sculpture outside the Art Institute of Chicago.
10:33 a.m. ET: Stage is set
The staging area for a World Series victory parade 108 years in the making.