Tournament of Roses | First Ever Virtual RoseBud Parade THURSDAY

Thursday, March 28, 2020, 1:00 p.m. PST

PHOTO: Provided by Tournament of Roses | News | Virtual Rosebud Parade, hosted by the Tournament of Roses, drew thousands on Facebook Thursday. TOR officials anticipated 50 submissions but say more than 200 were submitted for a parade drawing nearly 10,000 viewers


LIVE on Facebook:

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Link to full broadcast available for download after the event:

VIDEO preview of float entries available to download

Hosted by:

Leeza Gibbons and Mark Steines

KTLA Rose Parade hosts


Rosebud Parade gives people of all ages and from all over the world, an opportunity to come together, albeit virtually, to share in a joyous event … much like we do each New Year’s Day.

  • Over 200 float entries from across the US and two international submissions; Panama and Mexico – both are bands selected to march in the 2021 Rose Parade.
  • All ages – from a 3-year-old to grandparents.
  • Most floats are creative collaborations from the whole family.
  • Entries came in all shapes and sizes – some floats are the size of shoe-boxes and some were actually constructed on wagons and one on a plastic kiddy pool.
  • These homemade entries aren’t just creative and fun; they’re beautiful, powerful and heartfelt symbols of what the Rose Parade is meant to be.