ROSE BOWL GAME 2015

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When is the Rose Bowl Game in 2015?

Rose Bowl Game will be on January 1, 2015, a Thursday.

Rose Bowl Game is held annually on the first day of the year, except when it falls on a Sunday.  When it does, the annual Rose Bowl Game will be held on January 2.

 The Origin of the Rose Bowl Game:

The first Rose Bowl Game was played in 1902, at the Pasadena’s Tournament Park, to raise funds for the Rose Bowl Annual Parade.  In 1916, the Rose Bowl Game became an annual event.  Ten years later, the game had its official venue upon the completion of the Rose Bowl Stadium in Pasadena, California.

Annually, the Rose Bowl Game is celebrated on the first day of the year.  In 1922, the games were first held on January 2 because January 1 fell on a Sunday.  The Rose Bowl Game is a game participated by the American college football team champions,

The Rose Bowl Game celebration:

January 1, 2015 marked the 102nd edition of the Rose Bowl Games.  The organizer of this event is the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Association.  This game is played by the champions from the Big Ten conference against the champions of the Pac-12 conference.  The centennial game’s theme is “Dreams Come True.”

The celebration starts with the Rose Bowl Parade where bands, cheering teams and floats from participating universities are featured.

When is the 2016 Rose Bowl Game?

The Rose Bowl Game will be on January 1, 2016, a Friday.

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