Clemson Parade 2019 Live : The forecast calls for a high temperature of 40 degrees on Saturday, with an 80 percent chance of precipitation, mostly in the afternoon. clemsontigers.com. Charleston TV station WCIV also is planning to live stream the parade on its website, abcnews4.com.
After celebrating its National Championship win over Alabama on Monday, the Tigers will host a victory celebration in Clemson on Saturday.
There will be a parade in downtown Clemson from 9 a.m. 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.
Clemson says all basketball parking lots are reserved for those with 2018-2019 basketball parking passes (McFadden lot, 3E, Ravenel Rd/North Circle, Ave of Champion-West/Courtside Club, Lot 5, Centennial Blvd and the Ave of Champions).
The North Lot (under the north stands of Memorial Stadium) will also serve as accessible parking for the championship celebration. Basketball North lot pass holders can access this lot or have access to Lot 5 with their pass.
Ravenel Road and the north circle of Littlejohn Coliseum will be held for handicap accessible parking using a state issued handicap placard.
All year, all anyone outside of Clemson wanted to talk about was how good Alabama was. They said the Crimson Tide was perhaps the best team ever, as the defending national champions rolled through the SEC, again. And though Clemson was plowing down the competition in the ACC at a historical rate, no one took notice because “in the SEC it just means more.”
Clemson will celebrate its second college football national championship in three years with a parade and stadium gathering on Saturday. For the second time in three years, the Clemson football team will be celebrated with full fanfare at a parade through downtown Clemson and the university’s campus.
The parade will be followed by a celebration at the stadium, starting at approximately 10:30 a.m. Gates to the stadium will open at 7 a.m. for the free event, which will include speeches from current players and coaches. Members of previous championship teams are expected at the parade.
The route will then take a right onto Calhoun Drive and finally take a right onto Fort Hill Street where it will end at the east side of Memorial Stadium. Players, coaches, administrators, invited guests, tiger band, cheerleaders, rally cats, mascots and many more are expected to celebrate. The parade and celebration will feature players, coaches, administrators, the Tiger Band, cheerleaders, mascots and other invited guests.
The National Championship Trophy presented by Dr Pepper, which was awarded to the Clemson Tigers as national college football champions, will be on display at stores in Seneca and Central this week. The forecast calls for a high temperature of 40 degrees on Saturday, with an 80 percent chance of precipitation, mostly in the after.