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Tennessee to host Vols championship party in downtown Knoxville

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Tennessee is ready to party.

Following the Vols’ first major national championship overall since 2008 and its first men’s national title since football won it all in 1998, Tennessee has reason to host a national championship celebration, which it will do with a parade in downtown Knoxville on Tuesday evening. 

The parade will depart from the Gay Street Bridge at 6:15 p.m. and continue down Gay Street to Wall Avenue. Immediately following the parade, there will be a citywide celebration in Market Square.

Tennessee defeated Texas A&M 6-5 in the final game of the Men’s College World Series. This is Tennessee’s first ever baseball national championship and the Vols’ 24th overall national title. It marks Tennessee’s first national crown since the women’s indoor track and field team captured the national title in 2009.

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The program will start on the stage in Market Square at approximately 6:45 p.m., with DJ Sterl entertaining the crowd. Vice Chancellor/Director of Athletics Danny White, the Voice of Tennessee baseball John Wilkerson, head baseball coach Tony Vitello and members of the National Championship baseball team are expected to address the crowd.

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Fans can watch a live stream of the celebration on SEC Network+, Tennessee Athletics’ YouTube channel, and live look-ins on SEC Network. The entire celebration will re-air at 7 p.m. on SEC Network.

Admission to Market Square and the parade is free, and attendees are encouraged to park in the Market Square Garage, State Street Garage, or Locust Street Garage. All of these will be free to access after 6 p.m. ET.

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