#New England Patriots running back #james white was part of an amazing Super Bowl comeback, and now he’s part of an annual tradition that will take him down south. He’s “going to #Walt Disney World” as part of a venerable tradition, becoming the fourth member of his team to travel to Orlando, Florida, after a Big Game victory since 2002.

A Super Bowl tradition

The tradition of Super Bowl winners heading to Walt Disney World dates back 30 years. This year, James White has a lot to celebrate, since the Patriots looked like they were down for the count early on, only to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat with a thrilling 34 to 28 overtime win.

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White made the game-winning score on top of catching 14 passes, and that crucial moment was just one of three touchdowns he scored in the game, dashing Atlanta’s hopes for an easy victory.

Celebrating at the Magic Kingdom

In keeping with tradition, White will great cheering fans in a parade at Walt Disney World Monday afternoon, February 6, 2017, at the Magic Kingdom, the resort’s most iconic theme park. The throngs will line Main Street USA to cheer madly and celebrate the New England Patriots win. White is part of an elite set, as no other NFL team has ever had a player get the honor of appearing in the parade more than four times.

There’s always a Disney parade

Even if you can’t make it to Walt Disney World to see this special Super Bowl parade with James White, you can still see the daily Festival of Fantasy spectacular.

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While it doesn’t feature a football hero, it has plenty of Disney heroes on tap, as well as some pretty impressive villains, including a fire-breathing Maleficent dragon. Check out the parade in the video below.

You can even secure your viewing spot at this popular Magic Kingdom parade by using FastPass+. That way, you won't have to use up precious time of your Walt Disney World vacation by finding that perfect viewing spot early and guarding it up until start time. Be sure to make your FastPass+ plans before your visit to any of the Disney theme parks to make your day run more smoothly and remove some of that long-line stress.