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How to watch the Sky championship parade and rally

Chicago

The Chicago Sky are your 2021 WNBA champions and the party is just getting started. On Tuesday, Chicago will host a parade and rally to commemorate the Sky's first championship.

If you can't make it to the parade, not a problem. 

Whether you're working, at home or on the go, NBC Sports Chicago will provide live coverage of the parade and rally on television and with a stream.

How to watch the Sky parade on TV

Beginning at 11:30 a.m. CT, NBC Sports Chicago will have live coverage of the Sky's championship parade. We'll bring all the visuals from the parade route as the Sky depart the Winstrust arena and make their way to Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park.

A rally will be held at the end of the route at Jay Pritzker Pavilion and is scheduled to begin at 12 p.m. CT.

In studio, David Kaplan will be joined by Kendall Gill and Maddie Lee to discuss the Sky's season and playoff run.

How to stream the Sky parade online

The television broadcast will also be streamed on NBCSportsChicago.com and the NBC Sports app.

How to attend the Sky parade

The rally is open to the public for anyone who wants to attend, but there will be security screening entrances off Michigan Avenue and Monroe Streat. According to the city, the parade will head north on Michigan Avenue from E Cermak Road to Millennium Park where festivities will transfer to the pavilion. The city, however, is encouraging people to watch the parade along Michigan Ave from Roosevelt to Randolph.