TAMPA, Fla. — The city of Tampa will celebrate the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Super Bowl win with a boat parade Wednesday afternoon.
A socially distant boat parade will be held along with Hillsborough River along the Tampa Riverwalk.
The Bucs' defeated the Kansas City Chiefs 31-9 in Super Bowl LV at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday.
Fans are invited to "Raise the Flags" and join the celebration spanning the Tampa Riverwalk and other viewing areas that offer ample space for social distancing.
"As a reminder, masks are required outdoors in all Event Zones and Entertainment Districts, including downtown and along the Tampa Riverwalk," a news release said.
Boaters can be in the water during the parade, however, they cannot participate in the parade. Boaters are required to stay 50 feet from the official vessels in the parade
The Lightning celebrated with a boat parade after winning the Stanley Cup in September and their Twitter account recommended the Bucs do the same.
The city of Clearwater also plans to celebrate the Bucs by creating a one-of-a-kind sand sculpture on Clearwater Beach.
"Following the great success of the promotional sand sculpture that featured Tom Brady and Patrick Mahomes, we will once again be partnering with the Pier 60 Sugar Sand Festival on building a tribute piece to the winning team," said Kris Koch, senior manager of events and athletics for the city of Clearwater.
Master sand sculptors began creating the piece Tuesday, which is expected to be finished Wednesday.
This article was written by Dan Trujillo for WFTS.