THE 2022 ROSE PARADE PRESENTED BY HONDA
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From Rose Parade tickets to Post Parade tickets, festivities are being held all week, and we can help you see it all!
Please note seat assignments are subject to change. Sharp Seating reserves the right to reassign your seats based on CDC Guidelines due to Covid-19. Sharp Seating will notify you of any changes if they become necessary. Tickets for the 2022 Rose Parade will be distributed in the fall. If you have any questions or concerns please call 626-795-4171.



FAQs

How much are tickets to the Rose Parade and what makes the difference in pricing?


Do you offer discounts? (AAA, Senior, Military, etc...)


Will I see the entire parade no matter which area I choose?


How early should I be in my seat?


Will the bands perform at the grandstand I choose to sit in?


Is it better to sit high or low in a grandstand?


Will there be people in front of the grandstands?


Are the seats reserved?


Do the seats have backs on them?


Does a child need a ticket to sit in the grandstands?


Can you accommodate large groups?


When should I arrive at my parking lot?


Can I leave my car parked in the lot after the parade is over?


Do you offer disabled seating?


Is there a shuttle service to my seats?


What happens if I lose my tickets?


What will the weather be like?


What happens if it rains?


Can I have someone drop me off in the grandstands?


What if I need to leave the parade early?


How can I help decorate a float?


How do I get information about Bandfest, Post Parade, and other festivities going on at that time of year?


Are restrooms available near the grandstands?


Will there be food to purchase near my seating area?



How can I find information about hotels and public transportation?


Can you help me with game tickets?


What shouldn't I bring to the parade?


What items are prohibited at the Rose parade?



Guidelines for Customers of Size

Width between the seats measures 18¼ inches. Customers who encroach upon any part of the neighboring seat(s) may proactively purchase the needed number of seats prior to event in order to ensure the additional seat(s) is available. This helps to ensure we can accommodate all customers on the grandstand for which they purchased a ticket and avoid asking customers to relinquish their seats for an unplanned accommodation. Most importantly, it ensures that all customers have access to safe and comfortable seating and a pleasant experience at the Rose Parade for everyone.
Guidelines for Customers with Accessibility Needs

Please alert our staff to any physical challenges anyone in your party may have so we can recommend the best seating and parking options for your parade viewing experience. Tickets for wheelchair accessible seating at grandstand locations are available and must be reserved prior to parade day. One companion ticket may be purchased with each accessible seat, some exceptions may apply. Accessible Seating is available in all prices.
Guidelines for Service Animals

California law allows persons with disabilities to bring trained service dogs and psychiatric service dogs, but not emotional support animals, to all public places. The ADA defines a service animal as a dog that is “individually trained” to “perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability.” The tasks a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to the person’s disability. If the animal is not specifically trained to assist for the owner’s disability then it is not protected under ADA laws.
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