Chicago Cubs 2016 Parade Livestream: How to watch World Series celebration live

Chicago Cubs 2016 Parade Livestream: How to watch World Series celebration live
Source: AP
Source: AP

The Chicago Cubs want to party, and why shouldn't they? The team won the World Series for the first time in over a century, defeating the Cleveland Indians and their problematic mascot in a Game 7 that'll go down as one of the greatest Series games in history. 

Parades are generally festive — and surely the sight in Chicago won't be one to miss. So how can you check it out online? 

Your best bet is to go to CBS Chicago, which will have a livestream on their site starting at 12 p.m. Eastern for the parade. Similarly, those with a television can check out the parade at either CSN Chicago or, for non-Chicagoans, MLB Network. 

The route itself will take place across the city, where fans should almost definitely expect some type of Bill Murray sighting. He's basically become the Cubs' de facto mascot. 

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Miles Surrey

Miles is a staff writer at Mic, covering culture. He is based in New York and can be reached at miles@mic.com.

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