2020 Rose Parade Floats on Display | Last Chance to See Iconic Creations in Pasadena

All 40 entries are on display during the Showcase of Floats in Pasadena today

PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | SouthPasadenan.com News | 2020 ROSE PARADE in Pasadena

There’s still time to get a close look at South Pasadena’s award-winning float in the 131st Rose Parade on New Year’s Day, but you better hurry.

All 40 floral-covered entries are on full display today until 5 p.m. during the Showcase of Floats at Sierra Madre and Washington boulevards in Pasadena. The entry cost is $20, but children under the age of 5 are free.

The City of South Pasadena earned the Mayor Award with its entry – “Most Outstanding float from a Participating City” – for its Victory At Last themed float, which celebrated the passing of the 19th Amendment, allowing women the right to vote.

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PHOTO: Eric Fabbro | SouthPasadenan.com News | Mayor: Most outstanding float from a participating city. SOUTH PASADENA TOURNAMENT OF ROSES ASSOCIATION, VICTORY AT LAST. SELF-BUILT

Along with the 40 floats, the parade featured 17 equestrian units and 20 marching bands from across the country, including one close to home – Alhambra High School.

The parade proudly included Tournament of Roses President Laura Farber and Cole Fox, a South Pasadena High senior, who was a member of the Royal Court. Both are local residents.