The Dropkick Murphys will be a part of the World Series celebration in Boston Wednesday.
The band’s lead singer Ken Casey made the announcement Tuesday afternoon in an Instagram post, and said they’ll be in a duck boat “leading the way.”
Coach Cora said “we need this parade to be special… it’s for the greatest team in Red Sox history …we need a band to lead if off with a bang .!!!” We said “give us the ball coach …put us on duck boat number ONE we wanna set the tone for the best parade in Boston history.” AC tossed us the ball and said “Duck One is all yours boys give em hell !!!” See you Wendsday everybody we’ll be leading the way !!! #damagedone #2018worldserieschamps #mayorwalshthrowsthebestparty #titletownusa
The parade will step-off from Fenway Park at 11 a.m. and make its way through Boston.
The city is expecting thousands of people to show up and celebrate the World Series win.
Mayor Marty Walsh held a news conference Monday following the Red Sox big win and asked fans to respect the city.
“We are a city of champions, so let’s celebrate like champions,” the mayor said.