MILWAUKEE β€” After a historic win, a historic celebration.

Days after the Bucks took home their first NBA title in half a century, the party still wasn't over for Milwaukee. Fans turned out across the city to cheer on their winning team with confetti, champagne and plenty of chants of "Bucks In Six."

Relive the Bucks' big day here with some snapshots from throughout the parade.


Fans lined the streets of Milwaukee to catch a glimpse of their championship team ...

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David Robertson, who was selling food to hungry fans, said it was great to see the Bucks take home their first championship in his lifetime. (Maddie Burakoff/Spectrum News 1)


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... And pulled out all the stops to rep the green and white.

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Phillip Nolan on his custom Bucks bike. (Maddie Burakoff/Spectrum News 1)


Laura Thomsen created a whole painting of Giannis the night before the parade. "Hopefully he'll see it," she said.

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The parade made its way through downtown Milwaukee, with players, politicians and more in tow.

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Milwaukee Bucks head coach Mike Budenholzer throws a shirt into the crowd. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps)



Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers joined in the fun.

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MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo switched off between showing off the trophy...

And holding up his son, Liam.

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Milwaukee Bucks' Pat Connaughton gestures to the parade crowds. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Phelps)

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The event ended with a celebration outside Fiserv Forum β€” and plenty of champagne.

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Milwaukee Bucks' Bobby Portis holds up a belt during the onstage celebration. (AP Photo/Aaron Gash)
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P.J. Tucker spits out champagne as he holds the NBA Championship trophy. (AP Photo/Aaron Gash)
All in all, for many Milwaukeeans, it was a day they'll never forget.