The Cubs on Wednesday night edged the Indians in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series and thus claimed the championship for the first time since 1908. That, of course, entitles the Cubs to a parade for the ages.

Here are the details on that championship parade that will wind through downtown Chicago ...

What: The Cubs' 2016 World Series parade
When: Friday, Nov. 4, starting at 11 a.m. CT
Where: The parade will start at Michigan Avenue and Oak Street in downtown Chicago and work its way to Grant Park, where a rally will be held starting at noon local time.
Follow our Live stream: CBS Chicago
Also on TV: MLB Network

Here's a stream of the speeches and podium:

Follow along with our live commentary:

Here's a look at the parade route:

If you're going to the parade in person (or, alternatively, trying to avoid it altogether), then here are a few things to keep in mind ...

Given the historic nature of the occasion, we'll be here Friday to live blog the Cubs' parade as it winds its way through downtown Chicago. Without a doubt, some memorable moments are in the offing.

What a moment for Cubs fans.