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The Ravens will head to New Orleans on Monday to begin their final preparations for Super Bowl XLVII next Sunday, but not before making a stop at the Inner Harbor downtown for the Super Bowl Sendoff Rally.
Events at the Inner Harbor amphitheater at Pratt and Light streets includes live entertainment, the Ravens marching band and cheerleaders on the amphitheater stage beginning at about 10:30 a.m.
The rally will officially begin at about 11:30 and will feature some players from the Ravens’ team that reached the Super Bowl after the 2000 season.
The team is expected to arrive downtown at about 12:15 before heading to the airport for a charter flight to New Orleans.
The Super Bowl Sendoff Rally is free and requires no tickets.
The Ravens drew an estimated 25,000 to a similar rally before their last appearance in the Super Bowl. The crowd on Monday could be affected by the weather; the latest forecast calls for highs in the 30s and a chance of rain or sleet in the morning.