It’s January 1, 2018. We have all survived another calendar year. And that means it’s time for the Parade of Roses in Pasadena, Calif.
The dawn of 2018 will bring us the 129th edition of the parade, also known as the Tournament of Roses — that’s an incredibly long amount of time, honestly, longer than any living human has been around.
And should you want to check out the Rose Parade, you’ll have any number of options to do so. Up above you can watch a livestream from KTLA, the local L.A. station which annually broadcasts the parade. Parade coverage begins at 8 a.m. PST.
Speaking of which, there are a pile of other places you can watch coverage of the parade.
The Tournament of Roses broadcast partners include ABC, NBC, The Hallmark Channel, HGTV, Univision and RFDTV, as well as all those networks’ relevant streaming platforms. Most of those will require a TV provider login to watch.
But that’s not all. Amazon Prime will also have live coverage of the event, with comedians Will Ferrell and Molly Shannon acting as commentators in character as “Cord” and “Tish.”
That coverage, which will be available to anyone with a Prime subscription, will likely be about as goofy as you would expect, though it’s impossible to know for sure until you tune in.
If you’re a veteran of the Rose Parade, this feed may be the best option since it seems as though it will be decently far removed from your standard Rose Parade broadcast. You can view Amazon Prime’s coverage of the Rose Parade right here.