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Pasadena Tournament of Roses And Mansion Entertainment Group Announce 2023 Rose Parade Grand Finale Partnership

07.15. 2022

Mansion Entertainment Group will be the presenting sponsor of the Grand Finale and showcase their landmark for exceptional entertainment, The Mansion Theatre For The Performing Arts in Branson, Missouri celebrating its 30th Anniversary.

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2023 Rose Parade - Theme

Pasadena Tournament of Roses®

Reveals Official 2023 Poster

05.03. 2022

Today, the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association unveiled the official 2023 poster, which will be used for the 134th Rose Parade presented by Honda themed, “Turning The Corner.”

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2023 Rose Parade Tour - Marching Bands

Pasadena Tournament of Roses®

Announces Bands Marching in 2023 Rose Parade®

03.04. 2022

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association is thrilled to announce the 21 bands that will march into the New Year on January 2, 2023.

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Tournament of Roses - Amy Wainscott 2022 February Member

February Member Spotlight:

2023 Tournament of Roses® President, Amy Wainscott

02.09. 2022

The Tournament of Roses is proud to spotlight the 2023 Tournament of Roses President, Amy Wainscott.

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Tournament of Roses - Amy Wainscott 2022

Amy Wainscott Elected President of

2023 Pasadena Tournament of Roses®

01.20. 2022

The Pasadena Tournament of Roses Board of Directors has confirmed Amy Wainscott as President and Chairman of the Board for the 2023 Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association.

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Rose Parade Tour - Avelo Airlines Sponsor

2023 Pasadena Tournament of Roses®

  Announces Partnership with Avelo Airlines

01.01. 2022

Today, the Pasadena Tournament of Roses announced a new partnership with Avelo Airlines, an affordable travel line based in Hollywood-Burbank, as the presenting sponsor of Floatfest: A Rose Parade Showcase

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Rose Parade Tour - Rose Bowl Stadium

2023 Rose Bowl Game® will be the

109th Edition of the “Granddaddy of Them All”

The selection process for the Rose Bowl Game has, in a sense, gotten easier in the College Football Playoff (CFP) era. The Rose Bowl Game is contractually obligated to feature the Pac-12 Conference Champion and the Big Ten Conference Champion. The contract, known as a tri-party agreement, is between the Tournament of Roses Association, Big Ten, and Pac-12. It is the longest consecutive bowl and conference agreement in college football history, dating back to 1946.

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