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Before the New England Patriots set off for Arizona, Mayor Marty Walsh will send them off in style. The City of Boston has announced the send-off rally will take place on City Hall Plaza at 11 a.m. Monday, January 26.

Attending to address the fans are captains Tom Brady, Vince Wilfork, Devin McCourty and Matthew Slater. Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft and President Jonathan Kraft, as well as head coach Bill Belichick will also make appearances in celebration of the hunt for a fourth Super Bowl victory.

"I am thrilled to host our conference champion New England Patriots at City Hall to rally before we send them off to another Super Bowl," said Mayor Walsh in a statement. "This is an exciting time for Boston, and I remind all fans to celebrate responsibly and make our City proud."

The rally will include performances by the New England Patriots cheerleaders, Patriots End Zone Militia and mascot Pat Patriot to get the crowd rowdy. Patriot’s announcer John Rooke will host the event.

All drama aside, it’s a great time to be a Patriots fan and no better way than to come together in beautiful Boston to see the team off and show unwavering support.

We’re on to Arizona. We’re on to Super Bowl XLIX. Eyes on the prize.

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