Chicago celebrates Cubs' win with citywide party

Fans chant 'Theo' as Epstein passes by with trophy (0:47)

Cubs fans show their appreciation to Theo Epstein by chanting his name as he rides a bus holding the Commissioner's Trophy. (0:47)

Chicago has waited 108 years to celebrate a Cubs World Series championship. Two million fans are expected to watch as the Cubs depart from Wrigley Field to take a victory lap around the city, ending in a rally in Grant Park.

Scenes from the parade route:

Pre-Parade festivities

They did it! #FlyTheW

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Before the parade had even kicked off, it was clear the Cubs (and their families) were having a good time. Although maybe not Jon Lester, who was less than excited to hold the division series trophy:

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