Super Bowl 2010 Parade: Watch the Saints Parade Live in New Orleans (Live Stream)
Saints Parade Live Stream Online: CNN and the NFL Network will cover the parade live, but if you don’t have access to TV, you could still watch the celebration in New Orleans provided that you have internet access.
CBS News on USTREAM is going to have a live feed from the parade and the New Orleans Times-Picayune is offering a free webcast on their website.
Mardi Gras floats in the city will be used today for the event, which will include marching bands honoring the Super Bowl champions.
The parade will start at around 5 p.m. Central time, and will roll from the Dome at Poydras to St. Charles Avenue with a stop at Gallier Hall, passing down Canal Street and ending at the foot of Convention Center Boulevard.
The Saints players, coaches and staff will be riding on a dozen floats, and tossing beads to fans, who are still overjoyed by their team’s victory.
New Orleans beat the Indianapolis Colts 31-17 on Sunday to win Super Bowl XLIV. Drew Brees, who was named MVP, tied a Super Bowl record with 32 completions, hitting 32 of 39 for 288 yards and two touchdowns.
According to reports, around 106.5 million American TV viewers watched Sunday’s big game. The figures topped the record held since 1983 by the finale of “M*A*S*H,” which drew 106 million viewers.