Join the Texas Rangers for a World Series Victory Parade in Arlington on Friday

Arlington will celebrate the Rangers' World Series win in Texas-style in the Entertainment District on Nov. 3.

Here's what you need to know before you go. You'll find a detailed map of the Texas Rangers' World Series parade route, parking information, and more.

The city of Arlington is set to celebrate the Texas Rangers’ World Series championship win on Friday, Nov. 3, with a triumphant parade through the Entertainment District.

“The Texas Rangers’ World Series victory is a dream five decades in the making,” said Arlington Mayor Jim Ross in a statement. “Mayor Tom Vandergriff went to D.C. and convinced the Washington Senators to become the Texas Rangers and move to what at that time was a small bedroom community in the middle of the Metroplex.”

The parade will feature all Texas Rangers players, the World Series trophy, and plenty of fanfare with marching bands as Arlington honors the Rangers’ first-ever World Series title in true Texas-sized fashion.

“The Rangers have stayed with Arlington for 51 years,” Mayor Ross said. “We’ve helped them build three stadiums here, the community has supported them, the City Councils have supported them, and the Rangers have reciprocated year after year with their commitment to the community.”

And now, they’ve given us a World Series championship, he says.

“We want fans to come out to join us in honoring this historic accomplishment,” the Mayor said.

The parade will kick off at Globe Life Field at 12:15 p.m. and make its way through the Entertainment District before concluding with a rally outside of AT&T Stadium. Bally Sports Southwest will provide complete coverage of the parade and ceremony.

After the parade, fans are invited to gather at the Globe Life Field North Plaza and Tundra Lot B for a public ceremony featuring remarks from Rangers executives, manager Bruce Bochy, and players led by Hall of Famer Chuck Morgan.

Texas Rangers World Series Victory Parade details

Information via the City of Arlington. Check for updates @CityofArlington on Facebook, Instagram, and X or at @ciudaddearlingtontx on Facebook for parade day photos and video coverage.

Parking and street closures

Starting at 8 a.m. parking lots surrounding Globe Life Field, Choctaw Stadium, AT&T Stadium and the Esports Stadium Arlington + Expo Center will be open to the public to park for free. The Live! by Loews parking garage; Cowboys parking Lot 3, 4, and 5; and Rangers’ parking lots A, B, K, R, and T, some of which are inside the parade route, will be closed to vehicles before and during the festivities. Designated handicap parking spaces are available on a first-come, first-served basis in Texas Rangers parking lots on the north, east, and southeast sides of the parade route.

Streets surrounding Globe Life Field and Choctaw Stadium will be temporarily closed for the parade route by 10 a.m.

  • Cowboys Way between AT&T Way and Stadium Drive
  • AT&T Way between Cowboys Way and Nolan Ryan Expressway
  • Nolan Ryan Expressway between AT&T Way and E Road to Six Flags Drive
  • E Road to Six Flags Drive between Nolan Ryan Expressway and Ballpark Way
  • Ballpark Way between E Road to Six Flags Drive and Cowboys Way
  • Randol Mill Road will also be closed between AT&T Way and Ballpark Way

Parade Route

The parade is scheduled to begin at 12:15 p.m. on Cowboys Way at Supra Lot A, just south of Globe Life Field. The route will loop around Globe Life Field and Choctaw Stadium in a clockwise fashion for about 1.9 miles, traveling north on AT&T Way and then east on Nolan Ryan Expressway and the connecting East Road to Six Flags. The route will continue south on Ballpark Way/Stadium Drive on the east side of Globe Life Field down to Cowboys Way, where it will end near Supra Lot A. In addition to the Texas Rangers players, the parade will feature Arlington Mayor Jim Ross and the Arlington City Council, Arlington police and fire representatives, and local school marching bands.

Public restrooms and concessions will be available through the north and west entrances of Choctaw Stadium. Bally Sports Southwest will provide full parade and ceremony coverage.

Click here for a high-res map. [Map: City of Arlington]

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