The Washington Capitals and the Stanley Cup are ready to take their victory lap in the nation’s capital on Tuesday, June 12. After a wild media tour that included plenty of binge drinking to celebrate the first Stanley Cup win in franchise history, the Capitals are ready to parade through D.C. to party with their fans.
The parade is set to begin at 11:00 a.m. ET.
If you are unable to attend the parade — which runs along Constitution Avenue before ending at the National Mall — have no worries because a number of local news affiliates will be on the scene and be providing live coverage that you can stream in a variety of ways. So while you may not be there in person, the joy of the parade will be right at your fingertips.
All of the information you need to watch the celebration live online or on your mobile device can be seen below.
Washington Capitals Stanley Cup Parade Viewing Details
Date: Tuesday, June 12, 2018
Time: 11 AM EST
Location: Washington, D.C.
TV Channel: FOX 5 DC and NBC Sports Washington
How To Watch The Washington Capitals Stanley Cup Parade Online
The Washington Capitals’ highly-anticipated Stanley Cup parade will be aired on a number of local affiliates including FOX 5 DC and NBC Sports Washington. Both will allow you to live stream the event on your browser through their websites. With the latter, you need to sign-in with a username and password, using your cable or television provider, with no additional charge.
How To Watch The Washington Capitals Stanley Cup On Mobile
Your best bet to watch the Washington Capitals Stanley Cup parade from your mobile device is through the all-in-one FOX 5 DC news app. The app features local news stories, the latest video reports, weather, traffic, and sports. You can download it using iTunes or Google Play.
Washington Capitals Stanley Cup Parade Special Guests
VICTORY PARADE TIME! LIVE along the parade route. Closures on Constitution Ave from 23rd to 7th Sts NW in place. @fox5dc
— Annie Yu (@AnnieYuTV) June 12, 2018
- Four F-16 Fighting Falcons from the D.C. Air National Guard will fly over the parade
- Mayor Muriel Bowser
- Members of the Washington, DC City Council
- Eastern High School Blue and White Marching Machine Marching Band
- Ballou High School Majestic Knights Marching Band
- Longtime season ticket members who have had season tickets since the Capitals’ inaugural season in 1974
- DC Fire Department Emerald Society Pipes & Drums
- Monumental Sports & Entertainment owners and staff
- Capitals alumni
- Capital One Arena Ice Crew and Olympia ice resurfacers
- Metropolitan Police Department
- Arlington County Police Department
- Washington Capitals Red Rockers
- The broadcast voices of the Washington Capitals: Joe Beninati, John Walton, Alan May, Craig Laughlin, Al Koken, Tarik El-Bashir
- 106.7 The Fan, official radio partner of the Washington Capitals
- Elliot in the Morning’s Elliot Segal
- Participation from Washington Capitals’ partners Budweiser, Capital One, Etihad Airways, Ford, Geico, Giant, Mars, Pepsi, Red River and the Washington Post
- Capitals SuperFan Fatima Al Ali of the United Arab Emirates and Etihad’s Cabin Crew