What to know: Texas Rangers World Series Parade in Arlington

The city of Arlington will hold the first-ever World Champions Parade on Friday to celebrate the Texas Rangers’ history-making season.

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The Rangers are celebrating their first-ever World Series win. | Photo by MLB

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Who’s ready to party? The Texas Rangers and the city of Arlington will celebrate the team’s first World Series win with a parade in the Entertainment District on Friday, Nov. 3 at 12:15 p.m.

⚾ Where will the parade be?

The 1.9-mile-long procession will start at the southwest corner of Globe Life Field, move clockwise around Choctaw Stadium, and end back at the ballpark.

There will also be a parade viewing area with video screens south of Globe Life Field.

A ceremony honoring the team will be held around 1:15 p.m. on the North Plaza — near Texas Live.

🚗 Where do I park?

Parking in the Rangers and Dallas Cowboys lots will be free and open at 8 a.m. Some private lots may charge.

Note: Streets surrounding the stadiums will be temporarily closed, beginning at 10 a.m.

🎉 Last-minute pro tips

  • Restrooms + concessions will be open in Choctaw Stadium.
  • Arlington Mayor Jim Ross suggests Rangers fans get out early to secure their spots.
  • Skip the crowds and watch the celebrations on Bally Sports Southwest.
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The parade will take place in Arlington’s Entertainment District. | Graphic by FTWtoday

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