Ahead of the parade, ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons told ABC13 the World Series win was important for the city as it bounces back from Hurricane Harvey.
"We came in early this morning from Las Vegas and we wouldn't miss it for the world. It's really great," Gibbons said. "You've got to love it, it's a good reason to smile."
Houston rapper Travis Scott also made an appearance in the parade, riding a Houston Fire Department engine with Astros players and firefighters.
Hip-hop artist Trae tha Truth was also spotted in the crowd.
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