1. Los Angeles Unified School District Band 2. City of Carson Float 3. Long Beach Mounted Police Equestrian Group 4. Unocal Float 5. Grand Marshal Shirley Temple Black 6. Lawry's Foods Float 7. Galloping Gossips Equestrian Group 8. Farmers Insurance Group Float 9. Salvation Army Tournament of Roses Band 10. Pacific Financial/Pacific Mutual Float 11. American Donkey & Mule Equestrian Group 12. Sierra Madre Rose Float Assn. Float 13. Tournament of Roses Queen and Royal Court 14. Pasadena Area Community College District Honor Band 15. Eastman Kodak Co. Float 16. International Andalusian Equestrian Group 17. Lutheran Laymen's League Float 18. Strongsville High School Band 19. Sheraton Corporation Float 20. Freddie Lee Miller Arabian Equestrian Group 21. City of Alhambra/City of Mobile, Alabama Float 22. Tournament of Roses President John H. Biggar III 23. Owasso High School Band 24. City of Santa Ana Float 25. Medieval Times Equestrian Group 26. City of Long Beach Float 27. Big Ten Conference Float 28. Big Ten Conference Band 29. Valley Hunt Club Equestrian Group 30. Huntington Hotel Float 31. Kanto Gakuin High School Band 32. Rotary International Float 33. Mayor of Pasadena William E. Thomson, Jr. 34. Hilton/Conrad International Float 35. Miniature Horse Equestrian Group 36. China Airlines Float 37. Huntington High School Band 38. Downey Rose Float Association Float 39. George Putnam Equestrian Group 40. Chrysler Corporation Float 41. Pacific-10 Conference Float 42. Pacific-10 Conference Band 43. City of Los Angeles Float 44. U.S. Army Ceremonial B Troop Equestrian Group 45. ARCO Float 46. Merrill Lynch & Co. Float 47. Freedom High School Band 48. General Telephone of California Float 49. American Morgan Horse Assn. Equestrian Group 50. City of Duarte/City of Hope Float 51. Carrollton High School Band 52. Sea World Float 53. Indian Equestrian Group 54. Singapore Airlines/Tourist Promotion Board Float 55. Montie Montana Equestrian Group 56. Odd Fellows & Rebekahs Float 57. North Dakota Centennial Band 58. North Dakota Centennial Equestrian Group 59. La Canada Flintridge Tourn. of Roses Float 60. Swirling Sands Equestrian Group 61. Burbank Tourn. of Roses Float 62. Duncanville High School Band 63. Cal Poly Universities Float 64. City of St. Louis Float 65. Fetterman & Tanner Equestrian Group 66. City of Glendale Float 67. Ontario Massed Legion Band 68. Casablanca Fan Co. Float 69. Stuart Hamblen Family Equestrian Group 70. Burger King Corp. Float 71. Western Riders Equestrian Group 72. Carnation Company Float 73. Martinez Family Equestrian Group 74. Bakery, Confectionery & Tobacco Workers' Union Float 75. Arcadia High School Band 76. Arcadia Tourn. of Roses Float 77. National Parks Service Equestrian Group 78. General Motors/United Auto Workers Float 79. Dr Pepper/7-Up Float 80. Kamehameha High School Band 81. Home Savings of America Float 82. Western Equestrian Group 83. International House of Pancakes Float 84. U.S. Marshals' Posse Equestrian Group 85. First Interstate Bank Float 86. Golden State Foods Float 87. U.S. Marine Corps Band 88. Portland Rose Festival Assn. Float 89. Slice Float 90. Auburn High School Band 91. Florists' Transworld Delivery Float 92. Sacramento Ladies Mounted Patrol Equest. Group 93. Security Pacific National Bank Float 94. McDonald's All-America High School Band 95. American Honda Motor Co. Float 96. Marlborough School Equestrian Group 97. Baskin-Robbins Ice Cream Float 98. American Riding Club for the Handicapped Equest. Group 99. Bank of America Float 100. Poway High School Band 101. Transamerica Life Companies Float 102. United Delegation of Apache Chiefs Equest. Group 103. City of Beverly Hills Float 104. Rand McNally & Co. Float 105. Porterville High School Band 106. Kiwanis International Float 107. White Horse Equestrian Group 108. Elks Float 109. Puerto Rico Float 110. Bill Stack/Altadena Arabian Group 111. City of Torrance Float 112. Mountain View High School Band 113. American Bashkir Curly Registry 114. City of S. Pasadena Float Tournament of Roses Parade Route Pasadena's annual Tournament of Roses Parade, held on Jan.2, draws hundreds of thousands of spectators. The two-hour parade begins at 8 a.m., followed by the Rose Bowl game at 2 p.m. The 5 1/2-mile parade route begins on South Orange Grove Boulevard, turning east on Colorado Boulevard and north on Sierra Madre Boulevard. It ends at Washington Boulevard, where post-parade viewing opens at 1:30 p.m. Monday. Grandstand seats can be reserved for the parade, but most viewers choose to claim a spot on the sidewalk. Police say those wishing to park within easy walking distance should arrive about 6:30 a.m.