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Free entry for fans at Wankhede Stadium, but will rain spoil T20 World Cup celebration party?

Free entry for fans at Wankhede Stadium, but will rain spoil T20 World Cup celebration party?

MCA has allocated free seats at the Wankhede Stadium for fans to witness the T20 World Cup 2024 victory ceremony.

Team India’s return after their spectacular T20 World Cup win promises a day of national celebration. A jam-packed schedule awaits the victorious team, including a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, an open bus victory parade through Mumbai’s streets, and a grand felicitation ceremony at the iconic Wankhede Stadium.

Free entry at Wankhede Stadium for fans!

For fans in Mumbai, the MCA has announced a delightful surprise – free entry to witness the ceremony at Wankhede Stadium. This move ensures maximum participation as fans gather to celebrate India’s historic win. The MCA has also emphasized robust security arrangements, deploying their maximum police force to manage the anticipated crowds. The gates at the venue will be opened from 4:00 pm IST.

MCA has made preparations for the public,” said an MCA official to ANI. “Under the guidance of Mumbai Police and BCCI, we are giving free entry to the public on a first-come, first-served basis. We’re extremely excited to welcome the Indian team today,” he added.

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But what about rain in Mumbai?

Time (IST)Rain Chances
3 pm to 4 pm70%
4 pm to 5 pm70%
5 pm to 6 pm90%
6 pm to 7 pm90%
7 pm to 8 pm40%
Rain chances at Wankhede Stadium on July 4

However, a potential downpour might throw a wrench into the celebratory plans. Weather forecasts paint a concerning picture with a staggering 90% chance of rain at the Wankhede Stadium. This casts a shadow of doubt over the outdoor celebrations, leaving fans wondering if they’ll be able to witness the festivities under clear skies or if the rain will force a change of plans.

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