More than one million New England Patriots fans are expected in downtown Boston today, as the city celebrates the Pats' sixth Super Bowl title.

According to CBS Boston, two-mile duck boat rally will start at 11am at the Hynes Convention Center and end at City Hall. You can catch all of the action via the live stream footage embedded below.

Needless to say, there will be plenty of alcohol flowing as Rob Gronkowski and his teammates make their way down the streets lined with Patriots fans. In fact, there may not be enough booze on those boats to quench Gronk's thirst as the parade rolls through Beantown.

That said, Mayor Marty Walsh is asking those in attendance to not throw any additional beers onto the duck boats.

“On those duck boats are going to be families, kids. The Patriots are going to bring their families with them and young people with them. Watching the parade are going to be kids and families. So we’re asking you, do not throw things. Don’t throw beer. Do not throw anything at those boats,” Walsh said, per CBS Boston.

“No public drinking. No smoking marijuana. Just because you like the smell, doesn’t mean a little kid does,” said Police Commissioner William Gross.