Floats, marching bands and the Rose Queen. Relive the 2018 Rose Parade with these photos
Jan 01, 2018 | 2:25 PM
Spectators view the city of Torrance's "Protecting Nature — The Madrona Marsh Preserve" float in the 2018 Rose Parade in Pasadena.
Abby Taylor, left, and Macey Glassco of the Albertville High School Band of Albertville, Ala., await the start of the 129th Rose Parade.
Spectators line the sidewalks — and a Jack in the Box roof — along Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena for the 2018 Rose Parade.
Two U.S. Air Force F-35 Lightning II fighters and a B-2 stealth bomber fly over the Rose Parade, eliciting gasps, cellphone photos and squeals of delight.
The Shriners Hospitals for Children float, "Caring for Kids Around the World," is followed by UPS Store Inc.'s "Books Bring Dreams to Life" and The Forum's "50th Anniversary of the Forum" in the 129th Rose Parade in Pasadena.
From left, 6-year-old Lucas Wright, 9-year-old Payson Wright and 11-year-old Ephram Wright watch the floats and marching bands in the 2018 Rose Parade.
Earth, Wind & Fire performs atop The Forum's "50th Anniversary of the Forum" float during the Rose Parade in Pasadena.
The University of Georgia marching band takes part in the 129th Rose Parade in Pasadena.
The "Hats Off" float by Trader Joe's won the award for most outstanding display of showmanship and entertainment in the 129th Rose Parade.
Rose Queen Isabella Marez waves to the crowd at the 2018 Rose Parade.
University of Georgia's float makes it way along the 2018 Rose Parade route.
The Oklahoma Sooners' mascot interacts with the crowd during the 129th Rose Parade.
The Pasadena City College Tournament of Roses Herald Trumpets march in formation during the 2018 Rose Parade.
Members of the horse cleanup crew pose for photographs during the 2018 Rose Parade.
Spectators fill Colorado Boulevard before the start of the 129th Rose Parade.