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Featuring a rich cultural, artistic, performing arts and sports history, Pasadena offers state-of-the-art performing arts arenas, expansive green spaces, top clubs, and sports venues just to name a few. But, attractions like Rose Bowl in the region may make music-lovers fall in love with the sports event the Venue brings for them. Pasadena hosts year-round entertainment and sports events while several entertainment entities actively take part to enhance and promote its cultural events. One among such blocks is Rose Bowl. The Rose Bowl is known mainly for the New Year's Day football game, but other events are also featured at the place.
The Rose Bowl History is closely intertwined with Pasadena, California's Tournament of Roses. Tournament of Roses is a grand celebration of life, and the New Year that originally staged in 1890. It was to promote the town and draw new residents from the snowy east. During the following few years, the festival of Tournament of Roses expanded to include marching bands and motorized floats. The year 1895 saw the formation of the Tournament of Roses Association who took charge of the Rose Bowl festival. After 7 years of its inception, Tournament of Roses decided to enhance the day's festivities by adding a football game. It was the first post season college football game ever held.
Football game led the Association to look for a site that would be large enough to accommodate the patrons who wished to see football games. The Rose Bowl was designed by architect Myron Hunt who was influenced by the Yale Bowl. In 1921, it was decided that building should commence, and the design of the stadium was intended to accommodate as many patrons as possible, sitting close to the action. The facility was under construction from 1921-1922 and it was not before January 1923 did it open its doors for the public. With a capacity of seating 57,000, the Rose Bowl featured its first football game played between the University of California Bears and the University of Southern California Trojans. In 1929, the south end of the Super Bowl was closed, giving the structure its famous, sight line-enhancing elliptical shape. The Tournament of Roses at Rose Bowl has come a long way since its early days. The year-long effort pays off on New Year's morning, when millions of viewers enjoy the Rose Parade. The Rose Parade's elaborate floats feature high-tech computerized animation and other exotic natural materials from around the world that truly appeal. In addition to it, the Rose Bowl is also one of four rotating hosts of the BCS National Championship Game.
In addition to hosting five NFL Super Bowl Games, the 1994 Men's World Cup, and the 1999 Women's World Cup, the Rose Bowl Stadium features a lot to get hooked on. It is home to UCLA football, Fourth of July celebrations, concerts, religious services, and the world's largest flea market (R.G. Canning). With a capacity of over 90,000 seats, the Rose Bowl continues to be the model for stadiums throughout the United States due to the stadium's continued emphasis on patron comfort, event scheduling and community involvement. The Super Bowl Stadium will host the BCS National Championship Game in 2010.
Nicknamed "The Granddaddy of Them All", the Rose Bowl is the oldest and, over the course of its history, the most prestigious bowl game. It is part of the annual Tournament of Roses event, which was first played on January 1, 1902, starting the tradition of New Year's Day bowl games. It also includes the Tournament of Roses Parade. Originally titled the "Tournament East-West football game," The Rose Bowl is an annual American college football bowl game, usually played on New Year's Day at the stadium in Pasadena, California. When New Year's Day falls on a Sunday, the game is then played on the following Monday.
The inaugural game featured Fielding Yost's dominating 1901 Michigan team, representing the East and Stanford University, representing the West, by a score of 49-0 after Stanford quit in the third quarter. Declared as National Champion, Michigan finished the season 11-0-0. Yost had been Stanford's coach. The game was so lopsided that for the next 15 years, the Tournament of Roses officials ran chariot races, ostrich races, and other various events instead of football. But, on New Year's Day 1916 football returned to stay.
The Rose Bowl stadium was built on January 1, 1923 while games were previously played in Pasadena's Tournament Park. In the game's early years, the Rose Bowl always pitted a team, not the conference champion from the Pacific Coast Conference. The predecessor of the current Pacific Ten Conference were against an opponent from the Eastern U.S. Beginning with the 1947 game, the game's participants were established as the champions of what is now the Big Ten Conference and the Pac-10.
In 2002 and 2006, the Rose Bowl game was also the BCS National Championship Game. In the current BCS alignment, the Rose Bowl hosts the Big Ten and Pacific 10 conference champions unless they are involved in the national championship game. Rose Bowl participation expanded beyond the Big 10 and Pac-10 especially during the BCS era. The 2003 game featured the first appearance by Oklahoma. The 2005 game featured Texas of the Big 12 Conference, selected, amid some controversy, over California of the Pac-10. The 2004 game is also noteworthy as USC defeated Michigan, thus earning the top ranking in the AP Poll and a share of the national championship with BCS champion LSU.
For many years the Rose Bowl eschewed sponsorship, but in 1998 the game became known as The Rose Bowl Game presented by AT&T and in 2002 as The Rose Bowl Game presented by PlayStation 2. Since 2003, when the agreement with Sony expired, the game has been presented by Citi. The Rose Bowl still spurns sponsorship as its sponsor's name is listed less prominently than in other bowl games. Other bowls typically list their sponsor as part of the game's name, rather than merely as the presenter of the game.
The Rose Bowl is a sponsored annual event of the oldest American college football bowl game. Beginning in 1916, its inception marked the festivity of the sunny California on New Year. While the rest of the country remained cold and dormant, the warm winters allowed for the Tournament of Roses celebrating blooming flowers and fruits as a New Year Celebration. Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California is the place to be on New Year's Day since it is the mother of all Bowl games. The Rose Bowl is a hot favorite in California and is turning into an attractive entertainment. It offers the historic Rose Parade, along with the highest attended college football game play and also the double treat, the Bowl championship Series National Championship Game.
The Rose Bowl creates nail biting fixtures between Big Ten and Pacific-12 conference teams. The Rose Bowl chooses conference participant with respect to certain policy ruling. This allows for interesting and tight rivalries coming together in a Bowl and National Championship Game. It is not surprising that fans, supporting crowds and the teams themselves are unusually intense. The Rose Stadium heats up and shakes like a volcano ready to erupt. Until the last second, every bit of the game, from players to the audience remains engaged never letting the game go even to the blink of the eye. Rose Bowl Tickets bring a once in a lifetime chance to enjoy the Super Bowl of American College Football, none but the Rose Bowl.
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Minimum get in price is for Rose Bowl tickets is $136 for the event being held at the Rose Bowl Parking Lots - Pasadena, Pasadena on 01/01/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Rose Bowl - Pasadena, Pasadena on 01/01/2020 will set you back $350.
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