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2015 Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade Lineup

Spectacular parade promises a Bloomin' Good Time on June 6

 The Grand Floral Parade is the crown jewel of the Portland Rose Festival and draws about 400,000 spectators to the 4.2-mile route. PORTLAND, Ore. (May 19, 2015) — The 2015 Portland Rose Festival Spirit Mountain Casino Grand Floral Parade will feature 17 marching bands, dozens of equestrians and 15 floral-covered floats. The parade begins at 10:00 AM (Pacific) on Saturday, June 6.

To reflect the 2015 Rose Festival theme "Bloomin' Good Time," the Grand Floral Parade will be a colorful reflection of the local, regional and international communities that have enjoyed the Portland Rose Festival for more than 100 years. In addition to the 17 marching bands, the parade will feature colorful dancing groups, flag-waving marching groups, and the festival's mascot: the Clown Prince.

The Grand Floral Parade will be broadcast live on Fox 12 and PDX TV beginning at 10:00 AM (watch live online at, with pre-parade coverage beginning at 6:00 AM. Curbside viewing is free of charge and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reserved seating is available in Memorial Coliseum and in premium chairs and bleachers along the television area outside the Coliseum.

The complete 2015 Grand Floral Parade lineup in order of appearance is shown below.

2015 Portland Rose Festival Spirit Mountain Casino Grand Floral Parade Order
Spirit Mountain Casino Grand Floral Parade logo
  1. Portland Police Bureau
  2. Portland Police Mounted Patrol
  3. Official Parade Pace Car presented by Toyota
    Official Parade Banner
  4. Miss Vancouver Rodeo, Felicia Harrison
  5. Latigo N Lace Drill Team
    DJ Glenn Hadduck (Scooper)
  6. Clown Prince, Angel Ocasio
  7. Roosevelt High School Marching Band, Seattle, WA
  8. Spirit Mountain Casino Float
  9. Ft. Dalles Days Pro Rodeo, Queen Carsen Cordell (50th Anniversary)
  10. Miss NW Pro Rodeo Assocation, Sydney Butler
  11. Clark County Fair Court
    Park Bureau Scooper
  12. Rose Festival President, Frank Chinn
  13. Rose Festival CityFair presented by Funtastic Shows Float
  14. Columbia River High School Marching Band, Vancouver WA
  15. Forty Something Cowgirls (Wrinkled Wranglers Vancouver Chapter)
    Forty Something Cowgirls Scooper
  16. Rose Festival Court presented by Unitus Community Credit Union
  17. One More Time Around Again Marching Band presented by Standard TV and Appliance
  18. Reser's Fine Foods Float
  19. Portland Rose Society President, Judy Fleck
  20. Lincoln High School Marching Band, Portland, OR
  21. Rose Festival Character Clown Corps presented by Union Pacific
  22. St. Paul Rodeo Court (80th Anniversary)
  23. Miss SW Washington Rodeo, Megan Luster
  24. Canadian Horse Heritage and Preservation Society
    U.S. Sanitation Commission Scooper
  25. Battle Ground Rose Float
  26. Battle Ground High School Marching Band, Battle Ground, WA
  27. The Llamas of Southwest Washington presented by Clark County Fair Assn.


  28. Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of OR Float
  29. 56th Army Band of I Corps, Joint Base Lewis-Mcchord, WA
  30. Portland Fire and Rescue
  31. Portland General Electric Float
  32. Evergreen High School Marching Band, Vancouver, WA
  33. Friends of the Children
  34. Crew Members of USS Navy Ships
  35. United States Naval Sea Cadet Corps
  36. Alaska Airlines Float
  37. Cancelled
  38. Wilson High School Marching Band, Portland, OR
  39. Columbia County Fair Court (100th Anniversary)
  40. Yamhill County Rodeo Queen, Ariana Piscitelli
  41. Interstate Championship Games Meet Queen, Jozie Larson
  42. Wells Fargo Stagecoach
    Park Bureau Scooper
  43. Sumner High School Marching Band, Sumner, WA


  44. University of Oregon Duck Truck, Pep Band, Cheerleaders and Duck
  45. The Oregonian Float
  46. Oregon City High School Marching Band, Oregon City, OR
  47. Grand Marshal
  48. Oregon Trail Appaloosa Club Queen, Lauren Riback
  49. Clackamas County Fair and Canby Rodeo Court
  50. Maggy Constantino and Cloud
  51. Oregon Teacher of the Year, Michael Lindblad
  52. Westview High School Marching Band, Beaverton, OR
  53. Fred Meyer Float
  54. Mayor Charlie Hales & Oregon Mayors Marching Group
  55. Hillsboro High School Marching Band, Hillsboro, OR
  56. Miss Rodeo Oregon, Julie Drescher
  57. Pendleton Round-Up Court
  58. Royal Court of the Happy Canyon Night Show
    Parks Dept. Scooper
  59. Royal Rosarian Prime Minister, Marilyn Schultz
  60. Royal Rosarian Marching Group
  61. Royal Rosarian Foundation Float
  62. Royal Rosarian Trolley


  63. All Classical Portland Vintage Automobiles and Marchers
  64. Sherwood High School Marching Band, Sherwood, OR
  65. Official Charity - Boys & Girls Aid - Mini-Float
  66. City of Sherwood, Oregon Mini-Float
  67. City of Hood River, Oregon Mini-Float
  68. City of West Linn, Oregon Mini-Float
  69. City of Beaverton, Oregon Mini-Float
  70. Sunset High School Marching Band, Beaverton, OR
  71. Pearson Field Education Center Mini-Planes
  72. Rhonda Sallee and Auzzie ("Hope" in Bloomin' Motion)
  73. Wild Rogue Pro Rodeo Court
  74. Miss Thunder Mtn. Pro Rodeo
    Parks Dept. Scooper


  75. Speaker of Khaosiung City Council, Yu-Cheng Kang, Kaohsiung Taiwan
  76. Shu-Te Home Economics & Commercial High School Marching Band, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
  77. Portland-Kaohsiung Sister City Association Float
  78. Portland's Sister City Associations
  79. Orgullo Morelense Cemiac
  80. Vietnamese Community of Oregon Float
  81. World Famous Budweiser Clydesdales
  82. Fiesta Flora Float
  83. International Youth Silent Film Festival Winners
  84. Clan Macleay Pipe Band
  85. Northwest Chinese Alliance
  86. Pedro Munoz-Sanchez of Rancho Tres Potrillos, Molalla OR
    Family and Friends of Rancho Tres Potrillos
    Parks Dept. Scooper
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  87. Southridge Hawkettes
  88. Portland Rose Festival Foundation Float featuring Living History Characters
  89. Oregonian Treasure Hunt Winner
  90. Big Pink Trolley
  91. Centennial High School Marching Band, Portland, OR
  92. Clark County Fair Mounted Patrol
  93. Arlington Jackpot Rodeo Queen, Callista Howell
  94. Sherman Co. Fair and Rodeo Queen, Anastasia Hamilton
  95. Cleanest & Greenest Festival in the World Volunteers

View related stories: 2015 Portland Rose Festival Information, Portland's giant marching band invites adults to march "one more time", 2013 Grand Floral Parade Photos

For more than one hundred years, the Portland Rose Festival has served families and individuals from Oregon and beyond with events and programs that spotlight the riches of the Pacific Northwest heritage and environment while offering colorful examples of many international cultures. Attended by more than two million people, the festival is annually one of the top three most highly decorated events by the International Festivals & Events Association (IFEA) and in 2011 was named Best Festival in the World (for the second time in five years). Among the festival's most popular events are the Grand Floral Parade and the Waterfront CityFair. For more information visit

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