Mark your calendars, Philadelphia.
The party you've waited 58 years for is finally on the schedule.
The city of Philadelphia on Monday afternoon announced that the Eagles' Super Bowl victory parade will be this coming Thursday, Feb. 8, and will tentatively start at 11 a.m. at Broad and Pattison.
The City of Philadelphia will host a parade this Thursday for our 2018 Super Bowl Champions! Go Eagles! The parade will tentatively start at 11 a.m. at Broad & Pattison, heading north to the Art Museum. Further info will be announced Tuesday at 9 a.m. #FlyEaglesFly #EaglesParade— City of Philadelphia (@PhiladelphiaGov) February 5, 2018
The parade will then head north up Broad Street, wrap around City Hall, journey up Ben Franklin Parkway and end at a stage set up at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The city and Mayor Jim Kenney will provide further info at a 9 a.m. press conference on Tuesday morning.
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So, to all those bosses and employers out there who had meetings and other important things scheduled for Thursday: Sorry...
... Not sorry.