Similar to Tampa Bay followers noticed final fall with the Stanley Cup, now it’s the Lombardi Trophy’s flip to cruise in a socially-distant parade. The Bucs will set sail from Armature Works at 1 p.m. earlier than heading down the river, looping round Davis Island and ending at Sparkman Wharf. The group plans to be there by 2 p.m.
Masks can be required — per town’s government order that expires Feb. 13 — alongside the parade route and followers are requested to unfold out alongside the multi-mile route to keep up social distancing.
The boat parade can even be live-streamed and shared on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, town of Tampa, and FOX 13 Information.
The next bridges can be briefly closed to pedestrian and automobile site visitors because the parade approaches and can instantly re-open after the Lombardi Trophy passes by:
- Laurel Avenue Bridge
- Cass Avenue Bridge
- Kennedy Boulevard Bridge
- Brorein Avenue Bridge
- Platt Avenue Bridge
Boaters could be within the water through the parade, nevertheless, they can’t take part within the parade and should keep 50 ft away from parade vessels. Violations may result in felony costs, officers warn.
Native, state, and federal regulation enforcement companions will line the route to make sure security and compliance.
The next parking choices are really useful for followers attending the occasion:
- Poe Storage and Tampa Conference Heart Storage – Occasion flat price charge of $10
- Fort Brooke Storage and Pam Iorio Storage – $2 per hour
- Palm Storage in Ybor – $1 per hour (guests can catch the free TECO Streetcar to Downtown)
- Floor tons – $1 per hour
- For extra parking choices, go to tampa.gov/parking/programs/event-parking
A chosen ADA accessible space can be accessible on the Tampa Riverwalk behind the Tampa Conference Heart for viewing of the parade.
The Tampa Bay Lightning boat parade (FOX / file)
The group mentioned it plans to have a a lot bigger celebration later within the 12 months and hopefully when the pandemic is below management.