Maybe you heard—or saw it on the Hollywood Sign—but the Rams are Super Bowl champs, and to celebrate they’re getting a brief parade through the city. On Wednesday, the team will hold a short parade that culminates in a victory rally at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, where the team played for a few years before SoFi Stadium was ready (and for decades before they decamped to St. Louis).
The route will be about a mile, according to the L.A. Times. It’ll kick off at 11am at the Shrine Auditorium, where it’ll head east on Jefferson Boulevard, south on Figueroa Street and then west on Exposition Park Drive, where it’ll eventually reach the Coliseum around 11:45am. The rally will take place from noon to 1pm in front of the stadium’s Olympic plaza.
In order to attend the rally, you’ll need to present proof of vaccination, or a negative antigen test (within the past 24 hours) or PCR test (within 48 hours).
Though both the Dodgers and Lakers won their respective championships in the past couple of years, the Rams parade will mark the first such event in L.A. since the start of the pandemic. So we wholeheartedly second LeBron James’s idea to stage a joint parade for all three teams.