Before the Oregon Ducks and Wisconsin Badgers face off in the 2012 Rose Bowl on Monday, the Los Angeles area will once again host the world-famous and historical 123rd Tournament of Roses Parade. The Parade will begin at 8:00 AM PST and will be televised live on KTLA 5 in Los Angeles. Full coverage, including backstage looks at the floats, will begin on KTLA at 6:00 AM. You can also watch the event streaming on the KTLA website.
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There will be 91 floats in total at the parade, which will begin at the corner of Green Street and Orange Grove Boulevard in Pasadena. The parade will travel north on Orange Grove before turning east onto Colorado Boulevard, which is where the bulk of the parade route and most viewing areas are located. The parade will turn north on Sierra Madre Boulevard and end at Sierra Madre and Villa Street.
You can find much more information on the parade, including a number of videos, at KTLA's web site. You can find full details on the parade and all related events by visiting the official Tournament of Roses website.
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