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There's something magical about a night at the Bowl. Open air, mountains surrounding, twinkling stars above, a bottle of wine with friends... It's the best way to listen to music, whether it's your fa...view morevorite pop star or the explosive July 4 orchestrated fireworks. view less
Hollywood's premier location for music, dance, and film, this place also features a museum with artifacts on the Hollywood Bowl, including photos and programs.
The best overall outdoor concert venue in the city, if not the whole country. A mix of topnotch entertainment, plus great picnicking and a BYO policy (for non-lease events), make it ideal for groups, dates, family outings, and an awesome place to impress visitors.
I actually like visiting the Bowl during the day when a event isn't going on. You can just come to the empty bowl and still have a picnic in the huge outdoor theater! But it's still super awesome to come when Florence and the Machine is playing!
I read the reviews and wondered why folks were so displeased. Some friends and I went tonight and had THE best time, our server was Megan and did a fantastic job, we had an appetizer, entree and dessert. Honestly, could not find anything wrong!!!! The prices are a bit high however, considering you are …
Our most recent dinner was a major disappointment. Service was very slow. Our main course was served fully one hour after we arrived and only moments before the performance. My fish course was raw and needed further cooking; not meant to be less than seared. Dessert was pulled away before we even had an opportunity to eat it. So much for turning my back to watch a performance.
With just under 1800 seats the Bowl is now one of the largest natural amphitheaters in the world, and has been the summer home of the Los Angeles Philharmonic since its inauguration on July 11, 1922. Since then it has, and continues to, stage some of the greatest acts of the time.
There's a story in every seat.
As a native Angeleno I can say that the Hollywood Bowl is one of my favorite things in LA. Scenic, fun, great for a group or a romantic date. I love packing a picnic and listening to live music under the stars!
While the perfect concert venue, the Bowl is also incredible for Opera and live theatre! I've seen Ray Charles, La Philharmonic, Jason Mraz, and more perform here and it's always an experience worth having.
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