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No Rose Parade This New Year's Day

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No Rose Parade This New Year's Day

2017-01-02 03:53:15

Some may be wondering why the Rose Parade and Rose Bowl are scheduled for January 2nd this year, when it usually falls on New Year’s Day. Redstate.com reports this is actually part of the Rose Parade’s little known “Never on a Sunday” tradition. The tradition began in 1893 when New Year’s Day fell on a Sunday. “Never on a Sunday” has been observed as a rule ever since, even though people no longer use horses to get around Pasadena. The Rose Parade began in 1890, and the first Rose Bowl Game was first played in 1902.

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