The new year is almost here, which means something very exciting: The 125th Rose Parade is right around the corner. The annual festival is held in Pasadena, Calif., on Jan. 1 and begins at 11 a.m. ET/8 a.m. PT.
There are many different options for people looking to watch the parade on TV. The two-hour-long celebration is slated to broadcast live in the United States on ABC, NBC, Hallmark Channel, HGTV, Los Angeles station KTLA5, Univision, Red TV, Sky Link and Family Net. Information about local listings can be found here.
International networks airing the Rose Parade are Sky Pacific, Telemetro MediaCorp, Teletica7, HD 1, China Movie, Albavision, ZCafe and MVS Television.
Fans who don’t have access to a TV can still watch the Rose Parade live. A live stream of the festival is available on WatchABC. Make sure to check that your provider has the stream available.
Meanwhile, the Rose Bowl game between Stanford and Michigan State will air at 5 p.m. ET/2 PT on ESPN, and can be watched online from the WatchESPN website.
In 2014, 46 floats have been entered into the parade, including one for “The Voice.” Winners will be determined by judges James Folsom, Cheryl Cecchetto and Rene van Rems, and will be announced by Tournament of Roses president Scott Jenkins.