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We had a great time at the Hollywood Bowl. We stayed nearby, within walking distance which I highly recommend. It is quite crowded getting in and out, which is expected. But just so you plan ahead and be prepared. The food/drink situation needs to be...More
Went to see Andrea Bocelli. Was 20 minutes late because of traffic. And we were not the only ones! After talking to people around us, they told us it has always been like this. Next time we need to be there TWO HOURS BEFORE.
On the grounds of the Hollywood Bowl, tucked away near the entrance is the Hollywood Bowl Museum.
Go early so you can wander through the exhibits, which many are hands on.. To my delight, the exhibits change.
The museum closes when the music starts, so...More
I have seen SO many concerts at the Hollywood Bowl. It's a landmark, a must do at some point if you're spending any time in SoCal. Check out the schedule. Any seat is awesome. Pack a picnic and enjoy an evening under the stars!
The Bowl is an LA icon, and for good reason.
Some of the best live performances in the city happen at this incredible venue.
Going to an event at this amphitheater is truly a great experience.
One of the Bowl's best features is its beautiful...More
If you get a chance to go to a concert here, it would be amazing. We saw the Bowl during a Hollywood Tour and fell in love with the place. The acoustics, the atmosphere (even when empty), what a privilege it would be to listen...More
I love this little museum - very palatable - as it is compact - good for about 45 mins- 1 hour of the history and shows that have been at the Hollywood Bowl. I would have given it 5 stars but when we arrived, the...More
The GREAT thing here is the cheap seat-which are often still available on day of show-especially for classical or jazz stuff...
Expensive concession stands suck the air and paper from yer wallet though...Be warned!
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We go an hour before. But after the new renovations, there are plenty of place to picnic. Skip the benches on the pathway up and enter the venue. That way you beat the lines which can get long the closer it gets to show... More
We go an hour before. But after the new renovations, there are plenty of place to picnic. Skip the benches on the pathway up and enter the venue. That way you beat the lines which can get long the closer it gets to show time. There are maybe 7 or 8 picnic spots on different levels of the venue with nice tables etc.
You can take alcohol in if it's an official Hollywood bowl event. If it is a "leased" event, you can't. The website will tell you which is which.
When we go to the classical nights over the summer, it is easy to move down. Because the bowl is huge (17000) and it rarely fills up. For bigger concerts it gets full and it's harder to move.
Hi I'm visiting LA in June and as a big Beatles fan want to visit the Hollywood Bowl. Unfortunately there's no gig I fancy (it's jazz when I visit) so I'll settle for a trip during the day to the museum. Does anyone know if this allows you into the venue itself - to see the seating stage etc? Thanks