Live on Green! is all about discovery! We dedicate ourselves to filling every pavilion, every corridor and every alcove with informative, engaging entertainment. So don’t miss out!
Get ready to ring in the New Year with six pavilions of entertainment, discovery and fun!
This year the Operation HOPE pavilion brings together organizations and groups that help to generate HOPE in our communities every day.
Visitors to the Operation HOPE pavilion will be entertained and engaged by inspiring stories of HOPE from organizations that include the National Women’s History Alliance celebrating the diverse and historic accomplishments of women, the Pasadena NAACP celebrating its 100th anniversary by hosting incredible musical performances, sharing stories of its history and helping to register voters, The HOPE Squad organization will be sharing vital information for kids and parents about its incredibly successful peer to peer teen suicide prevention program, the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust will share touching, heartwarming survivors stories produced by student filmmakers, and the ANCA-WR and Armenian artists from throughout Southern California will present a moving, uplifting “Tribute of Thanks to America” just to mention a few of the groups who will be fostering hope through their participation.
Our Celebrate the Extraordinary pavilion pays homage to the iconic and world-famous Rose Parade® and Rose Bowl® Game with displays, memorabilia, photo-ops, virtual tours, and meet & greets. Visitors will also have the opportunity to experience what it is like to drive a Rose Parade® float by climbing into the driver’s seat of one! You might even catch a clip from your favorite Rose Bowl® Game in the Gridiron Lounge or learn about the rivalries, the stadium or even try your hand at the Pac 12 versus Big 10 rivalry at a rousing game of corn hole!
You’ll want to visit the Eubanks Equestrian pavilion where the history of equestrians in the Rose Parade® is shared highlighting all the riders and performers, different breeds of horses, tack, wardrobes and you’ll find the Autry Museum, the Cowboy Channel and other special guests and western themed activities and music to enjoy.