What do 80,000 Eggs and Thousands of Happy Kids Look Like?

Hundreds of kids and thousands of easter eggs are ready for the Egg Bowl in the Rose Bowl in Pasadena.Kids are ready for the Egg Bowl hunt.Kids quickly gather as many easter eggs as possible during the Egg Bowl.Kids quickly gather as many easter eggs as possible during the Egg Bowl.Kids pose with their basket of easter eggs during the Egg Bowl in the Rose Bowl.Parents take pictures of their kids during the Egg Bowl.A volunteer of the Egg Bowl wears bunny ears.The Easter Bunny poses for pictures with kids during the Egg Bowl.Pasadena Police Officers watch over the kids during the Egg Bowl.

Photography by JAMES CARBONE

5:00 am | April 22, 2019


Pasadena’s fifth annual Free Egg Bowl on Saturday in the Rose Bowl saw about 7,000 parents and children swoop in and gather up 80,000 eggs.

There were be three separate egg hunts for children up to 12 years old.

Before and after the hunt, the Egg Bowl festival featured free family games, performances and activities, including a puppet show, arts and crafts, face painting, food for sale, and more.

The Egg Bowl was sponsored by City of Pasadena’s Human Services and Recreation Department, the Rose Bowl Operating Company, the Sri Lanka Foundation and Pasadena Recreation and Parks Foundation.