How to watch the Redesigned 2021 Rose Parade online and on TV – Deadline

The coronavirus pandemic has affected almost every aspect of life as it is known in 2020, and Friday’s Rose Parade is among the events that will look very different.

After the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association canceled the 2021 parade in July due to the pandemic, plans were made to make it a special pre-recorded variety. It will air locally on KTLA and as well as the networks that normally broadcast the parade live: ABC, Hallmark Channel, NBC and RFD-TV at 8 a.m. PT and on Univision at 7 a.m. PT on January 1. KTLA will also be broadcasting a encore presentation of Band Cam 2020 – a raw stream of the marching bands from the most recent parade parade – on the station’s Facebook page and YouTube account.

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According to the Tournament of Roses, the special will include “marching band performances, heartwarming segments related to the Rose Parade, special football highlights from the Rose Bowl Game, horsemen, spectacular floats from years past, a behind-the-scenes look at the making of a float and New Year’s greetings from fans around the world.

The special was filmed at various locations across the country, including Grand Ole Opry and the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, with all footage being filmed under strict Covid-19 security protocols, according to the Tournament of Roses.

The special will feature musical performances by Sheryl Crow, Mickey Guyton, Tori Kelly, Lady A, Rascal Flatts and War and the Treaty. Famous guests include Rita Moreno, longtime Dodgers announcer Vin Scully, Daddy Yankee, Gary Sinese, Shanola Hampton, Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez, chef Emeril Lagasse, former NFL quarterback and the ‘USC Matt Leinart and Dascha Polanco.

Rose Parade New Year Celebration Presented by Honda
was produced by Bob Holmes’ Holmes Communications Group. Amy Kule is the executive in charge of production.

The pandemic also caused the 2021 Rose Bowl game to be transferred between the No.1 Alabama and No.4 Notre Dame de Pasadena at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. This leaves Southern California without the iconic event for the first time since 1942, when America was concerned about an attack on California by the Japanese, who had bombed Pearl Harbor three weeks earlier.

The decision was based on “the growing number of cases of Covid-19 in Southern California and the inability to host players and coaches at any game in California,” according to a statement from the Pasadena Tournament of Roses.

The game, which kicks off at 4 p.m. ET on January 1, will air on ESPN and stream on the ESPN app.

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