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Cassadee Pope Covers Panic! At The Disco For Rose Parade

Cassadee Pope Rose Parade 2024
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Cassadee Pope ushered in the new year with unparalleled energy! After the world experienced epic performances for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve in New York City and Los Angeles, including Green Day, Thirty Seconds To Mars, and more, Pope rang in 2024 with an electrifying cover performance of Panic! At The Disco’s 2019 hit “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” at the Rose Parade on New Year’s Day.

The 2024 Rose Parade, themed “Celebrating A World Of Music: The Universal Language” and hosted in Pasadena, CA, featured the exceptional talent of Audra McDonald, a multi-award-winning performer from theater, music, and television, as the Grand Marshal.

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In a post to her social media channels ahead of her performances, Pope shares, “Kicking off 2024 in style. I’m performing at the opening of the @rose_parade alongside @michellewilliams and @davidarchie ! See ya on New Years Day”

The lineup of singing performances for “Celebrating A World Of Music” was nothing short of star-studded. The 2024 Rose Parade featured the talents of Jordin Sparks, David Archuleta, Cassadee Pope, Michelle Williams, and Annie Bosko. Archuleta, the runner-up finalist on American Idol Season 7, kicked off the festivities with a heartfelt cover of Snow Patrol’s “Chasing Cars.”

As Archuleta concluded his performance, Pope was introduced in a Carpool Karaoke-style setup. She was accompanied by a choreographed dance routine as she sang—in the car! As she continued her mesmerizing cover, she even elevated the excitement by lifting herself through the sunroof of the vehicle to bring an exhilarating conclusion to her rendition of Panic! At The Disco‘s hit.A choreographed dance routine accompanied he

Following Pope’s breathtaking take on PATD, Michelle Williams took center stage to perform. After her solo performance, Williams, Pope, and Archuleta then joined forces for a captivating collaborative rendition of Coldplay’s 2014 hit “A Sky Full Of Stars.” You can check out the opening kickoff performances featuring Pope, Williams, and Archuleta below.

While we’re uncertain of what Pope has in store for 2024, we’re hoping to receive a new collection of songs! Pope made her return to pop-punk/alt-rock with “People That I Love Leave,” “Almost There,” “Coma” with Taylor Acorn, and more. Cheers to 2024!

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