A day after the Tournament of Roses announced that the Rose Parade won’t be held for the first time since World War II, organizers of Pasadena’s offbeat and irreverent Doo Dah Parade announced Thursday that it will go forward — but virtually — due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The eccentric parade, annually held the weekend before Thanksgiving, will take place on Sunday, Nov. 22, in cyberspace, according to Tom Coston of Light Bringer Project, producers of the 43rd Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade.
“This becomes a great opportunity to time capsule Doo Dah into the universe! It’s not just going to be pictures of people in funny hats, but what it will be is going to surprise us as much as you. Imagine `Housewives of …Moscow,”’ he said.
More information will be posted soon on the official website PasadenaDooDahParade.info.
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