The Rose Parade 2022″ is airing on Saturday, Jan. 1 at 11 a.m. There still won’t quite be a conventional “Rose Parade” this year, due to COVID-19, but even so, there will be plenty of celebrities and musical performances, including Jimmy Allen, LeAnn Rimes, and Timothy Fletcher. Rose Parade 2022 free live stream: How to watch without cable
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Here’s the information you’ll need to watch the a free live stream of “Rose Parade 2022″ online without cable.
How to watch the ‘Rose Parade 2022′ without cable
If you’re a cord-cutter or don’t have cable, you can live stream ABC’s coverage of the “Rose Parade” on Fubo TV, which offers a free trial.
When is the ‘Rose Parade 2022′ on?
The “Rose Parade” airs on Saturday, Jan. 1 at 11 a.m. on ABC, and 11:30 a.m. on NBC.
What channels are ABC and NBC?
You can use the channel finder on your provider’s website to locate them: Verizon Fios, AT&T U-verse, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum/Charter, Optimum/Altice, DIRECTV, Dish.
Where can I watch other events like the ‘Rose Parade’?
There are plenty of other holiday and New Year’s events similar to the “Rose Parade 2022.” Look for them on Fubo TV (free trial).
What is the ‘Rose Parade’?
According to the Tournament of Roses’ official website: Each New Year’s Day, the entire world turns its attention to Pasadena, home of the “Rose Parade” and “Rose Bowl Game.” It’s a celebration that’s more than a century old—a festival of flowers, music and sports unequaled anywhere in the world.
Here’s a look at live coverage of the “Rose Parade,” courtesy of KTLA 5′s official YouTube channel:
it’s almost time to watch the 2022 Rose Parade online. The iconic event, which takes place before the Rose Bowl, was canceled last year for the first time in its history due to the pandemic. Now, the roses are in bloom in once again.
The 133rd Rose Parade will march in Pasadena down Colorado Boulevard for 5.5 miles, with LeVar Burton (Star Trek, Reading Rainbow) leading the way as the grand marshal. Following Burton will be a line of floats from TV shows like The Bachelor and The Masked Singer, as well as from brands, companies and nonprofits such as the AIDS Health Foundation, AMC Theatres, Reese’s and Trader Joe’s. And in a first for the Rose Parade, 270 of the top band directors across the U.S. and Mexico will march as a band for the Michael D. Sewell Memorial Foundation Float.
The 2022 Roses Queen is Los Angeles senior high school student Nadia Chung, a reporter for the Los Angeles Times‘ High School Insider division. Parade performances will be given by singer LeaAnn Rimes, Laine Hardy and the Hot 8 Brass Band and country artist Jimmie Allen.
The parade will be televised by several broadcast partners, including the local ABC affiliate KTLA. The NBC broadcast will be hosted by This Is Us stars Chrissy Metz and Susan Kelechi Watson.
After the parade, Utah and Ohio States fans can watch the 2022 Rose Bowl live stream to see their teams vie for glory.
Here’s everything you need to know to watch the 2022 Rose Parade online.
The Rose Parade returns to the streets of Pasadena on Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022. The annual classic packed with marching bands and fabulous floats is expected to bring with it another tradition — California sunshine on New Year’s Day.
The parade returns after a year off because of the coronavirus pandemic. Soaring virus counts in Los Angeles County sparked concern this week, but officials gave the parade and Rose Bowl football game the green light while vowing to monitor COVID updates until launch time.
LeVar Burton will serve as grand marshal of the 2022 Tournament of Roses on January 1, 2022, with the festivities beginning in Pasadena at 8 a.m. PT/11 a.m. ET.
The parade, with the theme “Dream. Believe. Achieve,” marks the event’s return to Pasadena following last year’s cancellation by the Tournament of Roses Association due to the Covid pandemic. A pre-taped special aired last New Year’s Day.
In addition to Burton, this year’s parade will feature LeAnn Rimes, who will kick off the event with a specially-written Rose Parade song “Throw My Arms Around the World,” and, as the grand finale performance, CMA new artist of the year Jimmie Allen.
Other performers include Laine Hardy, Hot 8 Brass Band and the traditional line-up of high school and college marching bands and floats.
The parade precedes the 108th Rose Bowl Game between the Ohio State Buckeyes and the Utah Utes, who face each other at 2 p.m. PT/5 p.m. ET at Rose Bowl stadium in Pasadena, CA. The game will air on ESPN as well as ESPN Radio and ESPN Deportes.