Tournament of Roses Parade marching bands

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Londonderry High School Marching Lancer Band, from New Hampshire during the 2004 parade

For the Tournament of Roses Parade, top marching bands from all over the world are invited. Many of the nation's top high school marching bands, along with college and organizational marching bands participate.

The bands participating in the parade have also developed traditions. For example, Pasadena City College's Lancer Marching Band always marches in the Rose Parade, along with high school band and color guard students from all over Southern California, who are selected by audition the previous autumn. The Tournament of Roses Honor Band is a coveted position, and those selected are among the best student musicians in California. Nine of the high school trumpet players, selected by performance on their auditions, and the best snare drummer, are selected as the Herald Trumpets, who march directly before the Rose Queen's float and play fanfares.

University Marching bands from the two schools participating in the Rose Bowl Game are invited to march in the parade. They typically accompany the floats that represent the conferences.

Bands that have a long standing arrangement to be in the parade include:[1]

In 1980, the Grambling Marching Band was the first HBCU band invited to the Rose Bowl Parade and the first HBCU Band to lead the parade.

In 1998, the Washington Township High School Minutemen Marching Band from Sewell, New Jersey became the first band in the history of the Rose Parade to decorate its entire ranks with live flowers, in keeping with the practice of decorating the parade floats. Designed by Todd Marcocci, this unique concept and design approach received tremendous support from all major media around the world. Since then, several bands have followed suit.[citation needed]

Also, the Tournament sponsors Bandfest, where the selected bands perform the field shows at Pasadena City College's Robinson Stadium over two days.

Nuestros Angeles de El Salvador dancers from San Salvador, El Salvador The dancers followed the marching band[2]

Recent Rose Parade Bands[edit]

2009 Rose Parade Bands[edit]

2010 Rose Parade Bands[edit]

2011 Rose Parade Bands[edit]

2012 Rose Parade Bands[edit]

2013 Rose Parade Bands[edit]

2014 Rose Parade Bands[edit]

2015 Rose Parade Bands[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rose Parade Participants
  2. ^ http://www.esroseparade.com/
  3. ^ Penn State Blueband website
  4. ^ GP grad to take his band to Rose Parade
  5. ^ Director helps marching band smell the roses
  6. ^ 2010 Rose Parade and El Dorado High School
  7. ^ [1]
  8. ^ Glendora High School Tartan Band and Pageantry
  9. ^ Kansai Green Honor Band 2010 Rose Parade Invitation on YouTube
  10. ^ High school band to march in 2010 Rose Bowl parade
  11. ^ Millard West band to march in Tournament of Roses Parade
  12. ^ Blind band will be Rose Parade's first
  13. ^ Marching110
  14. ^ SDHS Band site
  15. ^ It's All Roses for SK High School's Marching Band
  16. ^ Greg Grisolano, "Webb City band to attend second Rose Parade", The Joplin Globe, April 22, 2009
  17. ^ Kerry Yencer, Fine arts center dedicated; band to march in Rose Parade, The Gadsdey Times, October 13, 2009
  18. ^ "Tournament of Roses Parade 2011 Bands". 
  19. ^ Laura Camper, Central High School’s band to march in 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade, Times-Georgian,
  20. ^ Lindbergh Marching Band Will Play In 2011 Tournament Of Roses Parade, South County Times, October 9, 2009
  21. ^ Lancers head to Tournament of Roses Parade for the Fourth Time, Londonderrynh.net, October 26, 2009,
  22. ^ NCCU Marching Band Invited to 2011 Tournament of Roses Parade, TheLightNC.com, October 29, 2009
  23. ^ Road To The Roses, Southwest Dekalb High School Bands
  24. ^ Western Carolina University band on march to raise Rose Parade funds, "Asheville Citizen-Times", October 24, 2009
  25. ^ [2],
  26. ^ Japan Marches Out Its Best for Rose Parade, The Rafu Shimpo, December 29, 2011
  27. ^ Joe Gulick, LISD bands to march in 2012 Tournament of Roses Parade, Avalanche-Journal, January 22, 2011
  28. ^ April Hale, Davis High School band returning to Rose Parade, Standard-Examiner, January 15, 2012
  29. ^ Fundraiser to be held in Manchester to help JMHS Band’s trip to Tournament of Roses, JTOWN Magazine, January 14, 2012
  30. ^ Rose Parade to check on Lincoln High School band, ArgusLeader.com, February 7, 2012
  31. ^ CORONA: Band to start fundraising for Rose Parade, Press-Enterprise, January 18, 2012
  32. ^ Valley Christian High School and Beijing China No. 57 School are selected for 2013 Tournament of Roses® Parade in Pasadena, EON: Enhanced Online News, April 6, 2012
  33. ^ “Dreams Come True” For Marching Bands Selected for 2014 Rose Parade Presented by Honda, Tournament of Roses Association, February 20, 2013
  34. ^ CHS Marching Band wins second national championship, WISHTV.com, November 12, 2012
  35. ^ Rose Bowl Parade Accepts Colony High Marching Band for 2014!, Alaska Music Educators Association, 2012
  36. ^ Dobyns-Bennett Band invited to 2014 Rose Parade, WJHL, October 11, 2012
  37. ^ Hazel Lodevico-To'o, GHS Marching Band Wins Spot in 2014 Rose Parade, Glendora Patch, October 1, 2012
  38. ^ Ana Rodriguez, U.S. Army All-American Marching Band selects Homewood senior as 2013 member , AL.com,
  39. ^ [3], North East Independent School District, 2012
  40. ^ Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade, Liberty High School, 2012
  41. ^ Annual bands – Part 1, Tournament Times, May 23, 2013
  42. ^ Rosemont in the 2014 Rose Parade!, Rosemontband.com, 2012
  43. ^ Holly Hobbs, Everything’s coming up roses for Westfield band, The Washington Post – Fairfax County Times, October 11, 2012
  44. ^ Shelley Henderson, Cypress High School band qualifies for 2015 Rose Parade, Orange County Breeze, September 30, 2013
  45. ^ Meredith Moriak, Lee band selected to perform in 2015 Rose Parade, Mywesttexas.com, September 14, 2013
  46. ^ Lakota West band invited to Rose Parade - again, Cincinnati.com, September 24, 2013
  47. ^ Yesenia Robles, Colorado's Legacy High School marching band bound for 2015 Rose Parade, The Denver Post, September 25, 2013
  48. ^ Maui High School Marching Band & Color Guard Invited to 2015 Rose Parade, State of Hawaii, October 23, 2013
  49. ^ Grand National Finals Scores