UPDATE (Monday, Oct. 29, 10:50 a.m. ET): Boston mayor Marty Walsh has confirmed the Red Sox’s World Series parade will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 31 at 11 a.m. ET.

More details about the parade route can be found at Boston.gov/redsoxparade.

ORIGINAL STORY: The duck boats are fired up.

The Boston Red Sox won the World Series on Sunday, knocking off the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1 in Game 5 of the Fall Classic at Dodger Stadium.

So, when can fans clear their schedules and get ready to party? For now, it’s looking like Wednesday, Oct. 31.

That’s right: Sox fans will have two holidays to celebrate Wednesday. Team president and CEO Sam Kennedy told NESN’s Guerin Austin the date, then later added to WBZ that it will start at 11 a.m. ET.

It’s worth noting that Boston mayor Marty Walsh told WBZ the plans were being finalized and would be announced Monday. Walsh also left open the possibility of the parade being held Tuesday. Still, Kennedy confirmed to multiple outlets that Wednesday would be the day.

The route will be confirmed with the rest of the plans, but in the past, it has started at Fenway Park and gone up Boylston Street, hanging a left on Tremont Street and eventually ending in the Government Center area.

We will update this story as details are confirmed by the city.

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