KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Royals fans will get to the see the boys in blue all together, in downtown Kansas city Tuesday.
A parade will take place to honor the 2015 World Series champions.
Those who organized it all plan to work into the night if that`s what it takes to get everything ready for Tuesday. At planning headquarters, FOX 4 talked last minute details with Kathy Nelson, president and C.E.O. of the Kansas City Sports Commission.
'We’re use to planning massive sporting events. Not necessarily a parade,” said Nelson.
She says organizers held dozens of meeting over the last 2-weeks, to make sure the parade would go off without a hitch. Of course, they couldn`t implement their full plan until the Royals won.
"Since clinching it last night in New York we flew back. The front office got here at 6 o`clock in the morning. We got about 20 minutes of sleep," said Jason Booker, Royals senior director of corporate partnership.
Several groups have worked to make this parade and rally happen. That includes Visit KC, Sprint Center, and Mayor Sly James’ office. During the parade, expect to see all the Royals players riding tailgate style in Chevrolets. All of the coaches and staff will be there as well.
“'For us to be able to do that as an organization together from baseball operations to business operations, to the players is just really unique,' said Jason Booker.
There will also be 16 large confetti cannons. Royals mascot Slugger will also make an appearance. If you don`t want to stand along the parade route, if you get here to Union Station early enough you can watch it on a giant video wall that`s visible from 900 feet away.