Fans will line the streets Friday for a parade to honor the World Series champion Chicago Cubs.
A spokesman for Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the parade will be Friday, two days after the Cubs broke a 108-year championship drought.
The Cubs’ parade will start at 10 a.m. at Wrigley. The rally will be at 12 p.m. at Lower Hutchinson Field at South Grand Park.
Spokesman Adam Collins says more details will be available later in the day.
The Chicago Tribune reports Emanuel is calling it "a parade to stand the test of time."
WATCH | Chicago Cubs World Series parade airs on Fox 55/27 and streaming online by clicking here.