The Rose Bowl festivities will once again begin with the Parade. The 2014 Rose Parade begins at 11 a.m. ET and will be broadcast by multiple channels with online streaming options also available.
The parade will feature 45 floats, marching bands and high-stepping equestrian units. It all starts at the corner of Green Street and Orange Grove Boulevard in Pasadena. From there, the parade will begin the 5-1/2-mile route, most of which is on Colorado Boulevard. The route will turn north and finish at Sierra Madre and Villa Street. Here's a look at the official parade map, via tournamentofroses.com.
Six channels will broadcast the two-hour parade, including ABC, NBC, Univision, HGTV, The Hallmark Channel and RFD-TV. KTLA 5 will offer a live online stream. The online stream will be the same as the broadcast offered by The Hallmark Channel which broadcasts a feed from KTLA 5, according to Gayle Falkenthal of The Washington Times.
The parade will conclude roughly four hours before the 100th Rose Bowl which features a matchup between No. 4 Michigan State and No. 5 Stanford. The Rose Bowl will be televised by ESPN.
Rose Bowl Parade
Where: Pasadena, Calif.
When: January 1, 2014 -- 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. ET
TV: ABC, NBC, Univision, HGTV, The Hallmark Channel, RFD-TV
Online stream: KTLA 5