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Rose Bowl Clear Bag Policy Checklist

With the 102nd Rose Bowl game set to kickoff tomorrow at 1:30 p.m., stadium officials, along with federal and local government agencies, are seeking to educate attendees on items that won’t be allowed past security. They’re placing a particular emphasis on a Clear Bag Policy, which effectively bans all non-transparent cases from entering the stadium.

If you don’t have any clear plastic bags, you can pick them up at Fan Assistance tents located outside the stadium.

Here’s the scoop on what you can and cannot bring inside the Rose Bowl:

Approved Bags

  • 12" x 6" x 12" Clear Plastic Bag

  • 1 Gallon Plastic Freezer Bag

  • Clutch with Shoulder Strap (clutch may not be larger than 4.5" X 6.5")

  • Clutch with Wrist Strap (clutch may not be larger than 4.5" X 6.5")

  • Diaper Bag, as long as accompanied by a child

Non-Approved Bags

  • Backpacks

  • Camera Case

  • Mesh Bag

  • Purse

  • Clear Backpack

  • Tinted Plastic Bag

  • Oversized Tote Bag

  • Printed Pattern Plastic Bag

  • Fanny Pack

  • Binoculars Case

Additional Non-Approved Items

  • Animals

  • Bags that violate the Bag Policy (See Bag Policy)

  • Balls, toys or sports equipment

  • Banners, signs, flags, poles or sticks

  • Beverage containers larger than 17 oz. (Factory sealed plastic bottles of water, 17 oz. or less, are allowed; limit 2 per person)

  • Boxes or wrapped packages

  • Cans, glass bottles or alcoholic beverages

  • Coolers

  • Drones

  • Glass, metal or hard plastic containers

  • Helium balloons

  • Laser pointers

  • Noisemakers including thunder sticks, musical instruments, whistles, air horns and boom boxes

  • Skates, skateboards, hoverboards, scooters or bicycles

  • Umbrellas

  • Unauthorized cameras with lenses longer than 3.5 inches, interchangeable or telephoto lenses

  • Unauthorized video cameras, monopods, tripods or selfie sticks

  • Unsliced fruits or vegetables

  • Weapons or projectiles

For more information, please visit the Rose Bowl’s website.

To view the City of Pasadena’s latest press release regarding security, please click here.

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