Clemson’s National Championship Parade : Clemson will celebrate its second college football national championship in three years with a parade and stadium gathering on Saturday.
Clemson’s National Championship Parade Live
The forecast calls for a high temperature of 43 degrees on Saturday, with a 70 percent chance of precipitation, mostly in the afternoon.
Bring your coziest orange jacket. Purple scarf and gloves wouldn’t hurt, either.
Parking and shuttle service
After celebrating its National Championship win over Alabama on Monday, the Tigers will host a victory celebration in Clemson this Saturday.
There will be a parade in downtown Clemson from 9 to 10 a.m., followed by a celebration inside Memorial Stadium. The parade and celebration will feature players, coaches, administrators, the Tiger Band, cheerleaders, mascots and other invited guests.
You’ll have another chance Saturday to celebrate Clemson winning the college football national championship, as Clemson University and the town of Clemson host a parade for the team.
If you can’t make it to the parade, you can watch it live on WCIV-TV. ABC News 4 will broadcast the parade on TV, our website, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Our coverage will begin when the parade starts at 9 a.m.
The parade starts downtown at the intersection of College Avenue and Keith Street, then continues onto Hwy. 93, then to Calhoun Drive and Fort Hill Street before ending at Memorial Stadium.
Players, coaches, school administration, the marching band, cheerleaders, mascots and special invited guests will take part in the parade.
The parade will be followed by a celebration inside the football stadium starting at approximately 10:30 a.m. Coaches, players and others will speak to the crowd during the celebration.
If you plan to attend the parade, Clemson has a clear bag policy for bringing items into the stadium.
Watch both the parade and stadium celebration live right here in the video player above – our video will go live at 8:45 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. Saturday.
Clemson officials say commuter parking lots will be available to the public. A shuttle bus also will run from the C-O1 parking lot (off of Perimeter Road) to the East Library Circle from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.