Traffic Advisory and Parking Restrictions for Boston Celtics 2024 NBA Championship Parade – Boston Police Department (2024)

If You’re Attending the Boston Celtics 2024 NBA Finals Victory Parade, BPDEncourages You to Have Fun, Enjoy the Day and Celebrate Responsibly:

Four days after the Boston Celtics defeated the Dallas Mavericks to take home their 18th NBA Championship, Mayor Michelle Wu and the citizens of Boston will gather to celebrate the Boston Celtics NBA Title. The Rolling Rally is scheduled for Friday, June 21, 2024. It will depart TD Garden on Causeway Street at 11:00am and travel the 90 minute route to The Hynes Convention Center on Boylston Street.

Those attending the rally are asked to dress accordingly for the forecasted weather. Fans are reminded that the parade is a family-friendly event. There will be no tolerance for public drinking or disorderly, disruptive behavior.

Climbing or standing on mailboxes, bus vestibules, rooftops or light polls is prohibited. In light of the large number of street closures and limited parking along the parade route, the use of public transportation is strongly encouraged.

There will be multiple security measures in place including a list of prohibited items to ensure the safety of all attending the Boston Celtics Rolling Rally. As such, BPD is asking and encouraging parade-goers to leave certain items at home. That list of prohibited items includes the following:

Alcoholic beverages

Large bags, coolers or glass containers

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), commonly referred to as ‘drones’, along the parade route

Weapons of any kind (or replicas of such)

Fireworks

Lastly, we remind all who attend the parade to be aware of their surroundings and to report any suspicious activity. The BPD will have uniformed officers all along the parade route so if you see something suspicious, please say something to our officers.

PARADE ROUTE:

  • The parade route will be Causeway to Staniford
  • Staniford to Cambridge…which turns into Tremont
  • Right onto Boylston to Copley Square
  • Following Copley to its conclusion in the area of the Hynes Convention Center
  • Streets closures on route take place Friday at 9am
  • Parking restrictions start at 12:01AM Friday

The parade route including the complete list of parking restrictions and street closures is listed below:

Causeway Street, Both sides from North Washington Street to Merrimac Street

Staniford Street, Both sides from Causeway Street to Cambridge Street

Cambridge Street, Both sides from Staniford Street to Tremont Street

Tremont Street, Both sides from Cambridge Street to Boylston Street

Boylston Street, Both sides from Washington Street to Massachusetts Avenue

Additional Parking Restrictions are as followed:

Charles Street South, Both sides from Park Plaza to Boylston Street

Charles Street, Both sides from Beacon Street to Boylston Street

Arlington Street, Both sides from Newbury Street to Saint James Avenue

Berkeley Street, Both sides from Saint James Avenue to Newbury Street

Clarendon Street, Both sides from Saint James Avenue to Newbury Street

Dartmouth Street, Both sides from Newbury Street to Saint James Avenue

Exeter Street, Both sides from Newbury Street to Blagden Street

Fairfield Street, Both sides from Boylston Street to Newbury Street

Gloucester Street, Both sides from Boylston Street to Newbury Street

Hereford Street, Both sides from Boylston Street to Newbury Street

Cambria Street, Both sides, from Boylston Street to end at Hynes Center garage

Scotia Street, Both sides, from Saint Cecilia Street to Dalton Street

Saint Cecilia Street, Both sides, from Belvidere Street to Boylston Street

Dalton Street, Both sides, from Belvidere Street to Boylston Street

Providence Street, Both sides, from Arlington Street to Berkeley Street

West Street, Both sides, from Washington Street to Tremont Street

Temple Place, Both sides, from Washington Street to Tremont Street

Bromfield Street, Both sides, from Washington Street to Tremont Street

Park Street, Both sides, from Tremont Street to Beacon Street

Beacon Street, Both sides, from Somerset Street to Tremont Street

School Street, Both sides, from Tremont Street to Province Street

Somerset Street, Both sides, from Ashburton Place to Cambridge Street

New Chardon Street, Both sides, from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street (Congress Street)

Bowdoin Street, Both sides, from Dern Street to Cambridge Street

New Sudbury Street, Both sides, from Cambridge Street to Hawkins Street

Congress Street, Both sides, from New Sudbury Street to State Street

State Street, Both sides, from Congress Street to Court Street

Court Street, Both sides, from Washington Street to Cambridge Street

New Chardon Street, Both sides, from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street (Congress Street)

Staniford Street, Both sides, from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street

Lomasney Way, Both sides, from Causeway Street to Nashua Street

Lancaster Street, Both sides, from Causeway Street to Merrimac Street

Portland Street, Both sides, from Causeway Street to Valenti Way

Friend Street, Both sides, from Causeway Street to Valenti Way

Canal Street, Both sides, from Causeway Street to Valenti Way

Haverhill Street, Both sides, from Causeway Street to Valenti Way

Beverly Street, Both sides, from Causeway Street to Valenti Way

Medford Street, Both sides, from Causeway Street to North Washington Street

Plympton Street, Both sides, from Albany Street to Harrison AvenueEast Dedham Street, Both sides, from Harrison Avenue to Albany Street

Traffic Advisory and Parking Restrictions for Boston Celtics 2024 NBA Championship Parade – Boston Police Department (2024)

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