Published Tuesday, 14 August 2012
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The pair, who arrived home on Monday, waved to crowds of supporters as they toured city centre, showing off their medals.
The parade started at 1pm at Writers' Square in Cathedral Quarter, and will travel along Royal Avenue and down Donegall Place before passing around City Hall.
Deputy Lord Mayor Tierna Cunningham said the boxers represent the "new face of Belfast".
"They have been our ambassadors on a world stage for the past two weeks - the personification of Belfast as a world class city, full of high achievers and warm, welcoming people with a great sense of humour," she said.
"These two sportsmen brought us almost unbearable tension as we watched them perform on the world's biggest sports stage. They exhilarated us with their skill, their bravery and their unbelievable determination and will to win.
"They made us the proudest people on the planet when they won their medal winning bouts to put themselves and Belfast once again on the world boxing map."
Barnes, who is 25, became the first Irish boxer to medal at two consecutive Olympics after he won bronze in Beijing four years ago.
Conlan, his 20-year-old Team Ireland teammate, picked up bronze at his first Games after losing to Cuba's Robeisy Ramirez Carrazana, who went on to take gold.
The fighters were welcomed back to Belfast at the Titanic Centre on Monday afternoon by a massive crowd, which included six former Olympians from Northern Ireland.
Later, Conlan brought his bronze medal to the Falls in west Belfast to celebrate his win with family and friends.
Michael's mother, Teresa Conlan, said they were delighted with the support from the people in her community.
"It's the inspiration of the young children of the Falls, that we'll give them something to look forward to and try to emulate," she explained.
Meanwhile preparations are continuing for the return of Coleraine's Olympian rowers - silver medal winning brothers Peter and Richard Chambers, and bronze single sculler Alan Campbell.
They will arrive home on Wednesday and will be greeted at Bann Rowing Club, where they are members, before walking into Coleraine for an outdoor celebration event.