Dionne Warwick, Papa Rooster, etc – San Bernardino Sun

2022 Rose ParadeThe five-and-a-half-mile exhibit of floats, marching bands and equestrian units is back after a year-long hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Although recently increase coronavirus In the case of Los Angeles County, fans took to the streets of Pasadena to watch the annual event.

Here are some decisive moments from Saturday’s parade:

1. During a year beset by a pandemic, it’s hard to ignore the persistent coronavirus outbreak at the Rose Parade.

Attendees of Saturday’s Rose Parade in Pasadena urged wearing a mask to contain the coronavirus strain and were required to show proof of vaccination in large booths.

Several masks filled the Rose Parade route on Saturday morning. Photo: Lisa Jacobs

Crowds are less than in pre-COVID years, but Pasadena’s Colorado Avenue still has plenty cold fans, sleepy eyes but enthusiastic. A man has found a very thorough way to protect himself.

Angel Diaz keeps warm in “Under the Weather Pod”. Photo: Lisa Jacobs

3. People took to Twitter to react to the performer’s spectacular Opening of 2022, My path lesson. Similar to previous opening performers, the overall outlook for the performer was mixed. Notably, Rimes won the fourth season of the singing competition “The Masked Singer”.


4. And in the theme of the singing contest, a funny moment of singer Dionne Warwick was caught on TV while on the float “The Masked Singer”. In the video below, Warwick is clearly seen stunned as the sound resembling a confetti machine plays in the distance.

5. The midway performance from the Louisiana Float featuring the Hot 8 Brass Band and “American Idol” winner Laine Hardy received rave reviews from the crowd.

ABC’s “The Bachelor” float caused a stir on social media. Photo: Brennon Dixson

6. And perhaps the biggest winner of the 2022 Rose Parade is arguably the orthodox marshal, LeVar Burton. Marchers and onlookers from home had nothing but great things to say about the actor, director and literacy advocate.

Rose Parade Grand Marshal Le Var Burton (Image: Dean Musgrove)

6. And the judges’ choice for the best float goes to…

The UPS store won the “Rise, Shine & Read” Sweepstakes Cup, featured by a proud father rooster reading to his mother hens his chicks on a tall animated float Cathedral.

The UPS Store “Rise Shine and Read” float was presented with the 2022 Sweepstakes Trophy at the 133rd Rose Parade in Pasadena, CA., on Saturday, January 1, 2022. (Pictured. by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News / SCNG)

7. The Rose Parade would not be complete without marching bands. Some of the parade highlights include the lively singing Hebron Marching Band in their march and the Tennessee State University Nobles Band. And a bunch of band directors put on a great show after just two days of rehearsals.

Before the parade, bands showcased their talents at Bandfest, a two-day field performance held at Pasadena City College.

Gibson County Tennessee Mass Band Performs in Tournament of Roses ?? Bandfest at Robinson Stadium at Pasadena City College in Pasadena on Thursday, December 30, 2021. (Photo by Keith Durflinger, Contributing Photographer)

8. Jury pick for the Subject Award, Kaiser Permanente, has decided to withdraw their healthcare workers marching amid rising omicrons, as a safety precaution. The buoy’s pro-vaccination announcement proved to be quite timely.

A volunteer works on the Kaiser Permente at the Fiesta Parade Floats in Irwindale on Thursday, December 30, 2021. (Photo by Dean Musgrove, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

9. US Army parachutes from the Golden Knights team dropped from an aircraft and put on a dynamic show as they spun, sailed, and flew straight towards Earth. Some fans on social media worried that a member of the team might have fallen into a tree, but that turned out to be just an optical illusion. All landed safely.

Members of the United States Army’s Golden Knights parachute team recover from their landing at the Rose Parade, January 1, 2022. (Photo by Ryan Carter)

10. La Canada High School senior Nadia Chung dominated the parade as the Queen of the Roses, joined by six members of her Royal Court.

Tournament of Roses President Dr Robert Miller crowned Nadia Chung as Queen of the Roses 2022 during ceremonies at the Arena in October 2021.

Make sure to catch up on all of our Rose Parade coverage here.

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