How to Stream the Rose Bowl Parade (2022)

Start the new year with fun floats and fabulous performances

You can watch the Rose Bowl Parade for free if you have an antenna or a cable subscription. Cord-cutters can watch the live stream from a computer, tablet, smartphone, or television with a compatible streaming device and any service that offers live TV.

Event Details

Date: January 1, 2022

Time: 8 a.m. PT; 7 a.m. PT on Univision

Location: Pasadena, CA

Channel: KTLA-5, NBC, ABC, Hallmark Channel, RFD TV, and Univision

Stream it on:,,, and, plus the channels' associated apps, except for Hallmark; AT&T TV Now, Hulu + Live TV, Peacock Sling TV, or YouTube TV

Unfortunately, the 2021 Rose Bowl Parade is canceled, but the Rose Bowl football game is still on.

How to Stream the Rose Bowl Parade on ABC, NBC, Hallmark Channel, and Univision

ABC, NBC, Hallmark Channel, and Univision share the rights to air the Rose Bowl Parade, but cord-cutters have many options to stream the parade online.

Channel Websites

If you're on your computer or laptop, you can stream the Rose Bowl Parade on,,, and

To stream the parade on any of these websites, open a browser and go to the site. Look for a Live TV link (En Vivo on Univision). Verify your satellite or cable subscription if prompted.

Channel Apps

If you have a cable or satellite subscription, you can also stream the Rose Bowl Parade to your phone or tablet with the ABC, NBC, or Univision app, all of which are available for Android and iOS.

Once you download the app of your choice, you'll need to provide your cable or satellite credentials before watching the live stream.

Other Ways to Live Stream the Rose Bowl Parade

The Rose Parade also airs on RFD TV (Rural America's Most Important Network) and around the world. You can catch live telecasts in Armenia, the Caribbean, Latin America, and on American Forces Network.

You can also live-stream the Rose Bowl Parade through some popular streaming services, most of which have a free trial.


AT&T TV Now provides NBC, ABC, CBS, Fox, and many others in most areas.


Hulu + Live TV includes live television from ABC and NBC and many other channels in most areas. It has a 30-day free trial.


Peacock, NBC's streaming service is available for free with ads. It offers live sports, so it's likely to air the parade.


Sling TV offers NBC, but only in a limited number of markets. A free trial is available.


YouTube TV, Google's live television streaming service offers ABC, NBC, and many other network channels in most areas. They offer a free trial as well.

Live streaming television is only available from these providers in participating markets. Make sure to check availability in your area well in advance of the parade.

If the Official Live Stream Isn't Available

If you live in an area where you can't access live streams on NBC, ABC, Hallmark Channel, or Univision, then there's no official way to stream the Rose Bowl Parade.

There are unofficial streams, though they are less reliable and usually lower in quality. Sources like Ace Stream allow you to stream events like the Rose Bowl Parade straight from other viewers, and other sites provide similar streams that you can watch without downloading anything. To use this method, search the web for Rose Bowl Parade Stream content IDs, or unofficial Rose Bowl Parade live streams on the day of the parade.

Stick to trusted sources for your Ace Stream content IDs and unofficial live streams when possible. Before visiting unfamiliar sites in your search for this type of content, install a good ad blocker and antivirus program. Look out for malicious pop-up ads, and never provide your email address or credit card number. Use these sorts of services at your own risk.

Use a VPN to Watch the Rose Bowl Parade Online

If you can't access any of the above options, you might not be able to stream the Rose Bowl Parade due to region locks. A virtual private network (VPN) can help you get around these restrictions.

Don't have a VPN yet? Check out our list of the best VPNs to find a great one.

Not all VPNs can get around region locks. And streaming services can subvert the ones that do by requiring a billing address that matches your location.