Rose Bowl Tickets
The “Granddaddy of Them All” has seen some thrillng games, but as one of the new National Semi-finals in the College Football Playoff, the intensity just went up. Rose Bowl tickets might be harder to come by than ever, but GoTickets can get you great seats in Pasadena so you won’t miss any of the action. Get your tickets to the 2015 Rose Bowl now!
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When is the Rose Bowl in 2015?
The Rose Bowl is traditionally held on New Year's Day with one exception, when that day falls on a Sunday. In 2015 the Rose Bowl will be played on Thursday, January 1st in Pasadena, California. Tickets for the 2015 Rose Bowl will be available shortly after the '14 game concludes. The Rose Bowl is always one of the most exciting games of the year regardless of the match-up, so if you want to go to the Rose Bowl in 2015 you need to secure your tickets before it is too late!
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The Rose Bowl Game is perhaps the most famous of all the college football games, and it is most certainly the oldest, having started in more than a hundred years ago and been played continuously since 1916. That has earned it the nickname as “The Granddaddy of Them All,” and it has certainly lived up to that moniker. Over the past century the Rose Bowl has produced some unforgettable games, including Vince Young’s last minute run to give the Texas Longhorns a national championship over the USC Trojans in ‘06. And while last year’s edition did not decide the national title, everyone who had Rose Bowl game tickets sure got their money’s worth as they saw the Oregon Ducks defeat the Wisconsin Badgers in a 45-38 shootout. You can be there to see who wins this year with Rose Bowl tickets from GoTickets.
Even though the Rose Bowl Stadium is one of the largest in the United States with a capacity of around 95,000, there are never enough Rose Bowl seats to meet the incredible demand. The Rose Bowl Game actually predates the stadium by a number of years, as the early editions where played at Tournament Park in Pasadena, which formerly was the site of a 43,000 seat stadium. Part of the reason for the popularity of the game is all the other events surrounding the Rose Bowl, most notably the Tournament of Roses Parade. Both the game and parade are events you will not want to miss, and you can hit the daily double at GoTickets with Tournament of Roses Parade tickets and Rose Bowl Game tickets.
The Rose Bowl typically matches up the Big 10 against the Pac-12, and that has produced some great games over the years as the differing styles of teams from the Midwest and West Coast always leads to incredible action on the field. The ‘13 edition of the Rose Bowl featured the Stanford Cardinal and the Wisconsin Badgers, with the Cardinal coming out on top, 20-14. This year there is a new prize at stake, as Pasadena will be play host to one of two inaugural National Semi-finals for the new College Football Playoff, with the winner earning a berth in the National Championship game a week later. If you want to guarantee your spot at one of the biggest college football bowl games of the year, order your Rose Bowl tickets from GoTickets.