Warriors fans will have a chance to celebrate another NBA title in Oakland yet again.

The Warriors swept the Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, becoming back-to-back NBA champions. It is Golden State's third championship in the past four seasons. 

The celebratory parade will take place on Tuesday, June 12. It will begin on Broadway at 11th Street and end on Oak and 13th Street in Oakland, Calif.

This year there will not be a rally after the parade. Instead, it is expected to be a more "interactive" parade where fans will have the opportunity to see the players and coaches up close.

Here are the details:

When is the Warriors' parade?

The Warriors' NBA championship parade will begin Tuesday, June 12, at 11 a.m. PT. Fans can begin to line up for the parade as early as 6:30 a.m. PT.

What is the Warriors' parade route?

The Warriors' NBA championship parade will begin on Broadway at 11th Street, turning right on 20th Street, turning right on Harrison to 19th Street, and right on Lakeside Drive. It will end on Oak and 13th Street.

Here's a visual representation of the parade route: 

How many people will be at the Warriors' parade?

Oakland officials anticipate more than 1 million spectators at the event, according to CBS SF Bay Area, which is the same amount of fans that were expected last year.

How can you watch the Warriors' parade if you're not in Oakland?

The Warriors parade will be streamed on NBCSportsBayArea.com and on the NBC Sports app.