After a delay of one day to accommodate for a common “never on Sundays” practice, the Tournament of Roses Parade — or the Rose Parade, for short — is going to be taking place live in Pasadena, California. This is an annual celebration of music, artistry, and much more, and it all leads up to the annual Rose Bowl game that will be taking place between USC and Penn State.
The first thing that you should know about the parade is the start time — it’ll be getting underway at 8:00 a.m. local time, which translates to 11:00 a.m. if you’re watching from the East Coast. There are a variety of different places that you can watch it, but the most common destinations are ABC and NBC. The latter broadcast is one that we’ve found the most entertaining over the years, largely because at least one of the co-anchors year after year seems ready to go to bed.
If you’re interested in finding a way to stream it, ESPN3 online may be a good resource for you, and the same goes for KTLA. Unfortunately, we know that you need to validate a subscription for the former. Just be wary if you’re visiting a website that you’ve never heard of in order to watch the Parade, given that some of those places can be responsible for handing down less-than-favorable results.
The unfortunate thing about the parade this year is that we’re sure that there are many people who will be returning to work, and unfortunately are not going to be able to check it out live this year. We’ll be providing coverage throughout, so just be sure to check here at the site in the event you’ve missed something.
If you do want to get some additional news right now when it comes to the Rose Parade, just be sure to head over to the link here right now! Also, let us know if you’re planning to watch in the comments. (Photo: Rose Parade.)