Guide to the Rose Parade

Some spectator rules

Overnight camping is permitted on the night before the parade only. Do not arrive before noon Sunday.

All people and property (blankets, chairs, etc.) must remain on the curb until 11 p.m. Sunday, when spectators may move out to the blue honor line.

No public areas (sidewalks, curbs, etc.) may be cordoned or roped off.

No tents, sofas, ladders, scaffolding or boxes.

No bonfires.

No walking in the street.

General info

Call (626) 449-ROSE or (877) 793-9911. Visit or or

Live broadcasts

Discovery HD Theater


KABC-TV Channel 7

KNBC-TV Channel 4

KTLA-TV Channel 5

Sky Link TV


Travel Channel


Parade lineup

(Float entries in bold)

1. Oklahoma All-Star Centennial Band

2. Farmers Insurance

3. Marine Corp Mounted Color Guard

4. FTD

5. Kingwood High School Band

6. City of Los Angeles

7. Llama Assn. of Southern California

8. Rain Bird Corp.

9. Pulaski Red Raider Marching Band

10. Bayer Advanced

11. Pasadena City College Herald Trumpets

12. Macy's (Queen's Float)

13. Butler Golden Tornado Marching Band

14. NAMM, the Int'l Music Products Assn.

15. Medieval Times

16. Sierra Madre Rose Float Assn.

17. Martinez Family Group

18. Rotary International

19. Dobyns-Bennett High School

20. City of Palmdale

21. 1st Cavalry Division, Horse Detachment, U.S. Army, Ft. Hood

22. USC

23. USC Trojan Marching Band

24. Trader Joe's

25. Wells Fargo

26. American Honda

27. Louisiana Leadership Institute Marching Band

28. City of Duarte/City of Hope National Medical Center

29. New Buffalo Soldiers

30. Star Wars Spectacular

31. 501st Storm Troopers & Star Wars Band

32. Lucas Films

33. Banuelos Charro Team

34. Western Asset

35. Mayor of Pasadena

36. Oklahoma Centennial

37. Fayette County High School Marching Tigers

38. University of Michigan

39. University of Michigan Band

40. University of Redlands

41. Pasadena City College Tournament of Roses Honor Band

42. President, Tournament of Roses

43. LifeSource Whole-House Water Systems

44. Cowgirls Historical Foundation

45. City of Santa Fe Springs

46. Petite Elite Miniature Horse Precision Driving Team

47. City of Anaheim

48. Delfines Marching Band

49. Oklahoma

50. Grand marshal

51. National Notary Assn.

52. Lakeville North High School Marching Band

53. Donate Life

54. Long Beach Mounted Police

55. City of Cerritos

56. Waukesha North High School Band

57. City of Ontario

58. Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks

59. China Airlines

60. Andalusians of the Spanish Fiesta

61. Cal Poly Universities, Pomona and San Luis Obispo

62. Porterville Panther Band

63. Kaiser Permanente

64. Valley Hunt Club Hitch and Riders

65. Ronald McDonald House Charities, Southern Calif.

66. United States Marine Corps Band

67. City of Alhambra

68. Painted Ladies Rodeo Performers

69. City of St. Louis

70. The Salvation Army

71. City of Glendale

72. Gypsy Horse Group

73. Lions Clubs International

74. Mountain Ridge High School Marching Band

75. Burbank Tournament of Roses Assn.

76. Broken Horn Ropers

77. City of Long Beach

78. L.A. Unified School District Honor Band

79. City of Torrance

80. Spirit of the West Riders

81. Lutheran Laymen's League

82. Punahou Academy Marching Band

83. La Canada Flintridge Tournament of Roses Assn.

84. Western Group

85. Odd Fellows and Rebekahs

86. Australian Southern Stars

87. City of West Covina

88. All American Donkey & Mule Riders

89. Optimist International

90. Riverside King High School Band and Color Guard

91. City of South Pasadena

92. Scripps Miramar Saddlebreds

93. Kiwanis International

94. Classic Curly Riders

95. City of Downey

96. Tulare Mounted Sheriff Posse


Overnight on-street parking is allowed starting noon Sunday for that night only.

Paid parking is offered in numerous lots along the parade route.

Reserved parking for automobiles, buses and RVs is available through Easy Parking Service (626) 286-7576, Modern Parking (213) 482-8400, Sharp Seating (626) 795-4171, Unified Parking (626) 395-9953 and others.

Limited RV parking is available next to the Rose Bowl at Brookside Park from noon today to noon Tuesday.

Public transportation

Metro Rail Gold Line stations at Del Mar Blvd., Memorial Park and Lake and Allen avenues are all within a short walk of the parade route.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will provide regular bus service to areas near the parade. For more information, call 1-800-COMMUTE or visit

Post-parade float viewing

Floats will be on display for public viewing along Sierra Madre Blvd. between Washington Blvd. and Sierra Madre Villa Ave. and along Washington between Sierra Madre Blvd. and Woodlyn Road.

Hours are Monday from 1 to 4 p.m. and Tuesday from 7 to 9 a.m. for the disabled and senior citizens and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for everyone.

Admission is $7. Children 5 and younger get in free.

Street closures

Colorado Street Bridge, 7 p.m. Sunday to noon Monday

Pasadena Ave. from Columbia St. to Del Mar Blvd., 8 p.m. Sunday to 11 a.m. Monday

Orange Grove Blvd. from Colorado Blvd. to Columbia, 8 p.m. Sunday to end of parade

Colorado from Orange Grove to Sierra Madre Blvd., Monday 4 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Sierra Madre Blvd. from Colorado to Sierra Madre Villa Ave., Monday 4 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Freeway ramp closures

Orange Grove Blvd. offramp from the eastbound 134, 8 p.m. Sunday to noon Monday

Sierra Madre Blvd. offramps from the 210, 8 p.m. Sunday to 4:30 p.m. Monday

California Blvd. and Del Mar Blvd. onramps to the 134 and 210, 8 p.m. Sunday to 11 a.m. Monday

Del Mar offramp from the 210, 8 p.m. Sunday to noon Monday


Sources: Tournament of Roses, Pasadena Convention & Visitors Bureau

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