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112th Annual

Portland Rose Festival

Portland, Oregon

Grand Floral Parade
Saturday, June 8, 2019
10:00 AM
Memorial Coliseum to Downtown

[View Grand Floral Parade Route Map]

Starlight Parade
Saturday, June 1, 2019
8:30 PM
Downtown Portland

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Portland Rose Festival
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For More Information

Web: RoseFestival.org

Email: Rose Festival Office

Mail: Portland Rose Festival Foundation
1020 SW Naito Parkway
Portland, OR 97204-3203

Phone: 503-227-2681

If you're interested in entering your band in the Portland Rose Festival events, request an application from Marilyn Clint at the Festival office, Phone 503-227-2681

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Portland Rose Festival One of the world's great special events, the Portland Rose Festival is celebrating 2019 with the theme, Let's Festival. In both 2007 and 2011 the Rose Festival was named the Best Festival in the World by the International Festivals & Events Association.

The Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade is the second largest all-floral parade in North America and the single-largest spectator event in Oregon. More than 500,000 spectators line the 4.3 mile parade route which begins inside the Memorial Coliseum and continues through Downtown Portland. Bands are judged near the intersection of NE Martin Luther King Boulevard and NE Multnomah Street.

A week prior to the Grand Floral Parade, the streets of downtown Portland glow with the lights of the Starlight Parade. The illuminated parade is one of the Portland Rose Festival's most popular events, drawing more than 250,000 spectators to view the sparkling floats, gleaming bands and glowing marching groups.

A featured highlight in both the Starlight Parade and Grand Floral Parade is the One More Time Around Again Marching Band presented by Standard TV & Appliance. This all-age band boasts more than 500 members from the region and across the country.

Both the Grand Floral Parade and Starlight Parade will be televised live in Portland and throughout the region on FOX 12 and PDX TV (watch live online at www.kptv.com). FOX 12 will also be broadcasting a third parade during Rose Festival, the Fred Meyer Junior Parade on Wednesday, June 5.

2018 Results

Portland Rose Festival
GRAND FLORAL PARADE (Saturday, June 9)

SWEEPSTAKES
Westview High School, Portland, OR

IN-STATE OPEN DIVISION (100 Members or More)
1 Tualatin High School, Tualatin, OR
2 Oregon City High School, Oregon City, OR
3 Century High School, Hillsboro, OR

IN-STATE DIVISION A (99 Members or Less)
1 Hillsboro High School, Hillsboro, OR
2 Aloha High School, Beaverton, OR
2 Lincoln High School, Portland, OR

OUT-OF-STATE OPEN DIVISION (100 Members or More)
1 Shu-Te Home Economics & Commercial High School, Kaohsiung, Taiwan

OUT-OF-STATE DIVISION A (99 Members or Less)
1 Battle Ground High School, Battle Ground, WA
2 Prairie High School, Vancouver, WA
3 South Kitsap High School, Port Orchard, WA

CAPTION AWARDS

FLAGS/DANCE TEAM
Shu-Te Home Economics & Commercial High School, Kaoshiung, Taiwan

CHEERLEADERS
Oregon City High School, Oregon City, OR

PARENT SUPPORT AND OUTWALKERS
Tualatin High School, Tualatin, OR

STARLIGHT PARADE (Saturday, June 2)

SWEEPSTAKES
David Douglas High School, Portland, OR

IN-STATE OPEN DIVISION (100 Members or More)
1 Sunset High School, Portland, OR
2 Clackamas High School, Clackamas, OR
3 Cleveland High School, Portland, OR

IN-STATE DIVISION A (99 Members or Less)
1 Silverton High School, Silverton, OR
2 Milwaukie High School, Milwaukie, OR
3 Lakeridge High School, Lake Oswego, OR

OUT-OF-STATE OPEN DIVISION (100 Members or More)
1 Newport High School, Newport, OR
2 Bellevue High School, Bellevue, WA

OUT-OF-STATE DIVISION A (99 Members or Less)
1 Hockinson High School, Brush Prairie, WA
2 Blaine High School, Blaine, WA

Grand Floral Parade Ticket Information

• Tickets are available at RoseFestival.org
• Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more. Call 503-227-2681 for group tickets.
• Parade Indoor: Premium Reserved $30; Super Saver Reserved (facing rear of floats) $15
• Parade Outdoor: Premium Reserved (Chairs) $30; Reserved Bleachers $25
• Parade tickets also available through the Rose Quarter Box Office, all participating Safeway outlets, or charge-by-phone at 1-877-789-ROSE (7673)

Related Events

The Portland Rose Festival features a full month of events and festivities, which celebrate the past, embrace the future and promote family fun, cultural diversity and civic pride. Highlights include:
• Fred Meyer Junior Parade, Wednesday, June 5, 2019
• CityFair, May 24-June 9, 2019
• Downtown Noontime Concerts, Various dates in May and June 2019

Future Dates

June 8, 2019
June 6, 2020
June 12, 2021
(The Grand Floral Parade always takes place on the second Saturday after Memorial Day.)

For More Information

Web: RoseFestival.org

Email: Rose Festival Office
Mail: Portland Rose Festival Foundation, 1020 SW Naito Parkway
Portland, OR 97204-3203
Phone: 503-227-2681

If you're interested in entering your band in the Portland Rose Festival events, request an application from Marilyn Clint at the Festival office, Phone 503-227-2681


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