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Hollywood Bowl

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Hollywood Bowl, drone image, Los Angeles, California
Photograph: Courtesy Los Angeles Philharmonic Association/Adam Latham
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Time Out Says

This gorgeous outdoor amphitheatre has been hosting concerts since the LA Philharmonic first played here in 1922. Nestled in an aesthetically blessed fold in the Hollywood Hills, the 18,000-seat venue can bring out the romantic in the terminally cynical. It’s the summer home of the LA Phil (and boozy picnics) and it’s hosted everyone from the Beatles to the Muppets; as long as there’s no performance, it also doubles as a public park.

Details

Address:
2301 N Highland Ave
Los Angeles
90068
Price:
Tickets $1–$150; parking $22–$60
Opening hours:
Box office: Tue–Sun noon–6pm
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Ben Platt

  • Pop

The Dear Evan Hansen lead heads to the Hollywood Bowl in support of his solo album Reverie.

Haim

  • Rock and indie

The three Haim sisters bring their brilliant and breezy West Coast harmonies and epic, ‘80s-influenced pop back to their home base for a night at the Hollywood Bowl. If you want to see true blue Valley girls Alana, Danielle and Este Haim, you’ll have to try your hand at tickets when they go on sale Tuesday, December 7 at 10am.

Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival

  • Festivals

Keen to see jazz greats past and present? Get ready for mellow harmonies and earthy grooves at the annual Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival this summer. The two-day concert includes performances from the Roots, Gregory Porter, Tower of Power, Terri Lyne Carrington, Femi Kuti, Cory Wong, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah, José James, Gerald Clayton, Azar Lawrence and Gordon Goodwin. Remember, it’s at the Hollywood Bowl, so why not share a bottle of wine with some friends and groove along with the jazz’s pride and glory?

July 4th Fireworks Spectacular at the Hollywood Bowl

Ring in another year of independence in the grand ol’ USA with Steve Martin and Martin Short. The Hollywood Bowl proudly hosts its annual Fourth of July party, complete with a dazzling fireworks finale. Grab your tickets early; seats in the nosebleed section go for less than the price of parking. Or consider springing for front section tickets—it is America’s birthday, after all.

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