Marching bands from around the United States and all over the world will be featured during the Rose Parade presented by Honda on Jan. 1, 2020.
If you can’t be in Pasadena to cheer on your hometown band, don’t worry, KTLA has you covered.
On New Year’s Day, in addition to our regular livestream of the entire Rose Parade, we will be live streaming a separate video feed that focuses on the bands. It’s the KTLA 5 Band Cam, presented by Blue Shield of California.
To watch the KTLA 5 Band Cam, visit the KTLA 5 News Facebook page on New Year’s Day, starting at 8 a.m. PT / 11 a.m. ET.
We will also feature the KTLA 5 Band Cam on our website at KTLA.com.
Bands featured this year include:
- USMC West Coast Composite Band
- Rancho Verde High School, Moreno Valley, California
- Japan Honor Green Band
- Owasso High School, Owasso, Oklahoma
- Helsingør Pigegarde, Denmark
- Pasadena City College herald Trumpets and Honor Band, Pasadena, California
- University of Wisconsin Marching Band, Madison, Wisconsin
- University of Oregon marching Band, Eugene, Oregon
- Centro Escolar Ninos Heroes de Chapultepec, Mexico
- Baldwinsville Marching Band, Baldwinsville, New York
- Banda Municipal de Zarcero, Costa Rica
- Alhambra Unified School District Marching Band, Alhambra, California
- Greendale High School Marching Band, Greendale, Wisconsin
- Pearland High School Marching Band, Pearland, Texas
- University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
- Kamehameha Schools Kapālama Warrior Marching Band, Honolulu, Hawaii
- Southern University and A&M College Marching Band, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
- Dobyns-Bennett High School Marching Band, Kingsport, Tennessee
- Banda El Salvador, Grande como su gente
- West Harrison High School Hurricanes Marching Band, Gulfport, Mississippi
- The Salvation Army
- Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles, California