CHICAGO -- Tickets to Thursday's Chicago Blackhawks rally at Soldier Field have sold out.
The free tickets were available to fans starting at noon on Wednesday Ticketmaster, and sold out shortly after.
A limited number of tickets were made available to the public rally in celebration of the 2015 Stanley Cup champions.
There was a limit of four tickets per person.
The celebration for the Blackhawks is set to begin 10 a.m. Thursday with a parade through downtown Chicago.
The city has extended its parade route. It released the following information Wednesday:
The official parade route will now begin at Washington and Racine Streets and proceed east along Washington to DesPlaines, south on DesPlaines to Monroe, and east on Monroe to Michigan Avenue, where the parade will conclude.
The team's motorcade is expected to get to Soldier Field around 11 a.m. for the rally. There will also be screens outside Soldier Field, the city announced.
Metra plans to expand train service for people going to the parade and rally.
There will also be a one-day special that gets you an unlimited ride ticket for $5.
Metra is warning their daily commuter that trains could be delayed because of all the extra passengers.