CINCINNATI – This year’s Opening Day parade celebrating the return of baseball to the Queen City is taking a detour.
On Monday, parade organizers announced the 95th Findlay Market Opening Day Parade will be routed away from Race Street because of construction for the streetcar project.
Historically, Race Street, where Findlay Market is located, has been the main north-south route for the parade celebrating all things Cincinnati Reds.
Reds Opening Day is set for March 31, with the parade scheduled to kick off at noon. The hometown team faces the St. Louis Cardinals at Great American Ball Park at 4:10 p.m.
The parade detour will start on Race then west on Liberty, south down Elm Street, east on on Central Parkway and then back to Race where the parade will turn left on Fifth Street past Fountain Square, according to the Findlay Market Parade website.
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