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Hollywood Bowl
HOLLY
WOOD
BOWL
WHERE SUMMER PLAYS
As the sun sets behind the hills, you settle into
your seat and begin to relax. You share a lovely picnic
dinner with friends, all the while anticipating an
evening of outstanding music under the stars.
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CLASSICAL
TUESDAYS
The Los Angeles Philharmonic
performs with Music Director
Gustavo Dudamel, guest conductors
and virtuosic soloists.
GUSTAVO DUDAMEL
TU1 5 TUESDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
JUL 7
FIREWORKS
JUL 21
YUJA WANG PLAYS PROKOFIEV
WITH
DUDAMEL
Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
Joélle Harvey, Lawrence Brownlee,
Brian Mulligan, vocalists
Los Angeles Master Chorale
Grant Gershon, artistic director
Los Angeles Children’s Chorus
Anne Tomlinson, artistic director
WHITACRE Her Spirit Soars; Equus
ORFF Carmina Burana
AUG 4
AUG 18
JUL 14
JUL 28
With the crashing of cymbals, the power
of over a hundred voices and the sonority
of orchestral brass and strings, Gustavo
Dudamel leads his first-ever Carmina
Burana in Los Angeles! The famous
piece, based on medieval poems about
love, morals, mockery and drinking, is a
summer highlight you won’t want to miss.
ALL-RACHMANINOFF
The soaring and surging romance of
Rachmaninoff’s melody-rich music
makes for ideal listening under the stars.
This glittering program showcases some
of the composer’s most beloved works.
A MIDSUMMER NIGHT
WITH
DUDAMEL
Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
Gil Shaham, violin
MENDELSSOHN
Violin Concerto
A Midsummer Night’s Dream
(complete incidental music)
AUG 11
From the Merry Prankster in Strauss’
famous tone poem to a quartet of soloists
for Schumann, the horn can do it all. This
evening features principal players from
the LA Phil, the Berlin Philharmonic, and
the London Symphony Orchestra as part
of the International Horn Symposium’s
2015 celebration.
YUJA WANG
Bramwell Tovey, conductor
Garrick Ohlsson, piano
RACHMANINOFF
Piano Concerto No. 3
Vocalise
Symphonic Dances
Gustavo Dudamel transforms the
Bowl into an enchanted forest via an
all-Mendelssohn program, with superstar
violinist Gil Shaham in the iconic
concerto and Mendelssohn’s magical
music for Shakespeare’s beloved play.
JOSHUA BELL
Joshua Bell, one of America’s greatest
violinists, plays the beautiful Bruch
concerto and makes his LA Phil
conducting debut with works beloved the
world over since they were first heard.
Joshua Bell, conductor/violin
MENDELSSOHN Hebrides Overture
BRUCH Violin Concerto No. 1
BEETHOVEN Symphony No. 7
HAIL, THE MIGHTY HORN!
James Gaffigan, conductor
Andrew Bain, Stefan Dohr,
Timothy Jones, Sarah Willis, horns
SCHUMANN Konzertstück
STRAUSS Rosenkavalier Suite
STRAUSS Till Eulenspiegel
JOSHUA BELL
TU2 5 TUESDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
The astonishing Yuja Wang plays
Prokofiev’s Second Piano Concerto,
launching the Bowl’s classical season
with explosive brilliance. The colorful
French & Russian program concludes
with Ravel’s captivating Boléro.
Lionel Bringuier, conductor
Yuja Wang, piano
BORODIN Polovtsian Dances
PROKOFIEV Piano Concerto No. 2
DEBUSSY La mer
RAVEL Boléro
CARMINA BURANA
2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
AUG 25
THE FRENCH CONNECTION
CAMERON CARPENTER
AND HIS
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Cameron Carpenter, organ
MOZART Symphony No. 31, “Paris”
POULENC Organ Concerto
Works for solo organ
IBERT Hommage à Mozart
HAYDN Symphony No. 85, “La reine”
A LIVE PRESENTATION OF 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY
Brad Lubman, conductor
Recognized as one of the greatest works of science fiction cinema, Stanley Kubrick’s
2001 is acclaimed for its technological realism, creative audacity and inspired use of
music. Behold the film’s visual grandeur on the Bowl’s big screen while the soundtrack
is performed live, including Strauss’ Also sprach Zarathustra, music by György Ligeti,
and the “Blue Danube” Waltz.
FEATURING
INTERNATIONAL TOURING ORGAN
Cameron Carpenter has shattered the
traditional image of an organist with his
jaw-dropping technique and flamboyant
style. He has also worked tirelessly to
design the perfect organ, a digital
instrument he can take anywhere.
Come experience it in this splendid
French-themed program conducted
by the lively Nicholas McGegan.
Presented in association with Warner Bros., Southbank Centre London and the British Film Institute
SEP 1
AMERICAN CLASSICS WITH AUDRA McDONALD
& AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE
Bramwell Tovey, conductor
Audra McDonald, soprano
American Ballet Theatre
BERNSTEIN West Side Story Overture
Selected songs
BERNSTEIN Fancy Free
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The incomparable Audra McDonald
sings classics from Broadway and the
American Songbook. Gifted dancers
from American Ballet Theatre bring to
life Bernstein’s Fancy Free, using Jerome
Robbins’ zestful 1944 choreography.
SEP 8
RACHMANINOFF & DVOŘÁK
Lahav Shani, conductor
Khatia Buniatishvili, piano
GLINKA Ruslan and Ludmila Overture
RACHMANINOFF Rhapsody on a Theme
of Paganini
DVOŘÁK Symphony No. 9, “From the
New World”
Stunning Georgian pianist Khatia
Buniatishvili plays Rachmaninoff’s
passionate Rhapsody. Dvořák’s
celebrated “New World” Symphony
concludes the program, which marks
24-year-old Israeli conductor Lahav
Shani’s U.S. debut.
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CLASSICAL
THURSDAYS
The Los Angeles Philharmonic
performs with Music Director
Gustavo Dudamel, guest conductors
and virtuosic soloists.
GUSTAVO DUDAMEL
TH1 5 THURSDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
JUL 9
ROMEO AND JULIET
CARMINA BURANA
WITH
JUL 16
DUDAMEL
Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
Joélle Harvey, Lawrence Brownlee,
Brian Mulligan, vocalists
Los Angeles Master Chorale
Grant Gershon, artistic director
Los Angeles Children’s Chorus
Anne Tomlinson, artistic director
WHITACRE Her Spirit Soars; Equus
ORFF Carmina Burana
AUG 6
James Gaffigan, conductor
Yundi, piano
BEETHOVEN Piano Concerto No. 5
“Emperor”
SHOSTAKOVICH Symphony No. 5
AUG 20
Mirga Gražinyte-Tyla, conductor
Alexandra Soumm, violin
BERNSTEIN Serenade (after Plato’s
Symposium)
BIZET (arr. Shchedrin) Carmen Suite
SEP 3
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After her phenomenal debut last summer
– cited by The New Yorker’s Alex Ross
among his Ten Notable Performances of
2014 – LA Phil Assistant Conductor Mirga
Gražinyte-Tyla returns to lead Bernstein’s
crackling masterwork for strings and
percussion and an exotic instrumental
reworking of Bizet’s dramatic score.
AMERICAN CLASSICS WITH AUDRA McDONALD
& AMERICAN BALLET THEATRE
Bramwell Tovey, conductor
Audra McDonald, soprano
American Ballet Theatre
BERNSTEIN West Side Story Overture
Selected songs
BERNSTEIN Fancy Free
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The incomparable Audra McDonald
sings classics from Broadway and the
American Songbook. Gifted dancers
from American Ballet Theatre bring to
life Bernstein’s Fancy Free, using Jerome
Robbins’ zestful 1944 choreography.
MOZART
WITH
AUG 13
Tan Dun’s music for Ang Lee’s Crouching
Tiger, Hidden Dragon, which garnered
both Oscars® and Grammys®, was only
the first in a triptych of scores for
renowned martial arts movies. Enjoy an
evening of Tan Dun’s masterful movie
music, accompanied by selected scenes
from the soaring and spiritual films.
FROM BACH TO BLUEGRASS
Nicholas McGegan, conductor
Edgar Meyer, double bass
BACH Orchestral Suite No. 1
BOTTESINI Bass Concerto No. 2
Bluegrass selections to be announced
COPLAND Appalachian Spring Suite
(for 13 instruments)
SEP 10
Showcasing the many sides of Mozart,
Music Director Gustavo Dudamel brings
a special evening of masterworks from
Salzburg’s favorite son, from beloved
opera arias to beautiful orchestra
selections.
TAN DUN’S MARTIAL ARTS TRILOGY (WITH FILM)
Tan Dun, conductor
Ray Chen, violin
Johannes Moser, cello
Zhang Zuo, piano
TAN DUN
Hero Concerto
Crouching Tiger Concerto
Banquet Concerto
AUG 27
The effusive Bramwell Tovey leads
this evening of Beethoven favorites,
including the Violin Concerto with the
LA Phil’s gifted Principal Concertmaster
taking the spotlight.
DUDAMEL
Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
Alice Sara Ott, piano
MOZART
Eine kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525
Piano Concerto No. 21, K. 467
Overture to The Marriage of Figaro
Selected arias
German Dance, K. 605, No. 3
“Sleighride”
Chinese pianist Yundi makes his longawaited Hollywood Bowl debut performing
Beethoven’s beloved “Emperor” Concerto.
James Gaffigan conducts the LA Phil in
Shostakovich’s dramatic Fifth Symphony,
sure to reveal all the colors of the
orchestra’s impressive brass section.
BERNSTEIN & BIZET
JEAN-YVES THIBAUDET
ALL-BEETHOVEN
Bramwell Tovey, conductor
Martin Chalifour, violin
BEETHOVEN
Egmont Overture
Violin Concerto
Symphony No. 6, “Pastoral”
With the crashing of cymbals, the
power of over a hundred voices and the
sonority of orchestral brass and strings,
Gustavo Dudamel leads his first-ever
Carmina Burana in Los Angeles! The
famous piece, based on medieval
poems about love, morals, mockery
and drinking, is a summer highlight
you won’t want to miss.
YUNDI PLAYS THE “EMPEROR”
YUNDI
TH2 5 THURSDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
This rich Russian program of romance
and tragedy, featuring the Romeo and
Juliet music of two of Russia’s bestknown composers, is led by Lionel
Bringuier, the fast-rising conductor
who made an outstanding impression
during his time with the LA Phil.
Lionel Bringuier, conductor
Narek Hakhnazaryan, cello
TCHAIKOVSKY Romeo and Juliet
Overture-Fantasy
TCHAIKOVSKY Rococo Variations
PROKOFIEV Romeo and Juliet Suite
JUL 23
AUDRA McDONALD
Led by the ebullient Nicholas McGegan,
this eclectic evening of charming
works is enhanced by the virtuosity of
Grammy®-winning double bass player
Edgar Meyer, who has the chops to play
everything from dazzling Bottesini to
toe-tapping bluegrass.
GERSHWIN & BERLIOZ
Pablo Heras-Casado, conductor
Jean-Yves Thibaudet, piano
GERSHWIN Concerto in F
BERLIOZ Symphonie fantastique
A classical virtuoso who also plays
jazz, Jean-Yves Thibaudet brings his
vaunted style and flare to Gershwin’s
jazzy Concerto in F. The Hollywood
Bowl’s memorable classical season
comes to an end with Berlioz’ lovesteeped dream symphony.
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WEEKEND
SPECTACULARS
Stellar names from Hollywood, Broadway,
pop music, and beyond present unique
evenings you’ll find only at the Bowl!
TM
SHERYL CROW
FR1/SA1
JUL 10-11
5 FRIDAY OR 5 SATURDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
HARRY CONNICK, JR.
HARRY CONNICK, JR.
FR2/SA2
JUL 17-18
The beloved multi-talented mega-star performs romantic ballads, pop classics and
New Orleans jazz, all with charm and swinging style. Along with his big band, Harry
Connick, Jr. delivers a memorable evening of melody, humor and rousing entertainment.
JUL 24-25
FIREWORKS
AUG 7-8
TCHAIKOVSKY SPECTACULAR
WITH
JUL 31-AUG 1
ALEX CUBA
AUG 14-15
AUG 21-22
BUGS BUNNY AT THE SYMPHONY –
25TH ANNIVERSARY!
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SEP 4-5
AUG 28-29
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Introduced by John Williams
Bring your entire family to this extraordinary, world-premiere event, as the Los
Angeles Philharmonic performs John Williams’ entire Academy Award®-winning
score from Steven Spielberg’s heartwarming masterpiece about a boy and his alien
friend, live-to-picture while this beloved film is shown in HD on the Bowl’s big screen.
Don't miss E.T. under the stars, as you've never seen or heard it before!
HEART
DIANA KRALL
Los Angeles Philharmonic
GREGORY PORTER
Enchanting singer and pianist Diana Krall joins the Los Angeles Philharmonic, bringing
her style and warmth to a night of jazz standards, delicate ballads and popular classics,
including material from her latest album, Wallflower. Powerful baritone Porter opens
with his unique style: jazz infused with old-school soul, blues and R&B.
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E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL
MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra • Thomas Wilkins, conductor
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame legends Ann and Nancy Wilson electrify the Bowl in these
special concerts with orchestra. With sizzling riffs – “Crazy On You” and “Barracuda” –
and massive anthems – “What About Love?” and “These Dreams” – Heart delivers
the galloping guitars and inspired vocals of authentic rock and roll.
WARNER BROS. PRESENTS
Los Angeles Philharmonic • George Daugherty, conductor
For 25 hilarity-filled years, Bugs Bunny and his Looney Tunes pals have teamed up with
live orchestras playing those phenomenal Carl Stalling scores, bringing audiences to their
knees in convulsions of laughter. The official birthday party takes place this summer at
the Hollywood Bowl, where you’ll see and hear Warner Bros.’ greatest animated shorts,
plus exciting surprises like…well, we can’t tell you, can we? But expect favorites like
What’s Opera, Doc?, The Rabbit of Seville and Zoom and Bored, as well as the “live
orchestra” world-premiere of Long-Haired Hare, animated in the Hollywood Bowl itself!
DAVID GRAY • AMOS LEE
Book and Lyrics by Eric Idle • Music by John Du Prez & Eric Idle
All-star cast to be announced
This hilarious adaptation of the 1975 classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail
will have you rolling in the aisles with laughter amidst a bevy of beautiful showgirls,
not to mention cows and killer rabbits…and French people…and monks. Oh…and
Knights Who Say “Ni.” Thirty-five years after the Pythons first conquered the Bowl,
this sublimely silly and delightful show – 2005 Tony Award®-winner for Best Musical –
will remind you to “always look on the bright side of life.”
SHERYL CROW
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra • Thomas Wilkins, conductor
Nine-time Grammy®–winning singer-songwriter Sheryl Crow performs with the
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra for an evening of good-time hits and powerful ballads,
from “All I Wanna Do” and “Soak up the Sun” to “Callin’ Me When I’m Lonely.” LatinGrammy®–winning Cuban-Canadian singer-songwriter Alex Cuba opens the evening.
5 FRIDAY OR 5 SATURDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
Los Angeles Philharmonic
British singer-songwriter David Gray and Philadelphia-born Amos Lee share a
magical bill, each performing his own distinctive sets, with and without the
orchestra. Gray celebrates over 20 years of hit-making music (“Babylon,” “This
Year’s Love”) and millions of records sold, showcasing his polished vocals and
earnest acoustic-based pop. Lee’s warm, earthy and laid-back style is highlighted
in hits such as “Windows Are Rolled Down” and “Arms of A Woman” and has earned
him the attention of not only the press and music fans, but also his fellow artists.
FIREWORKS
Los Angeles Philharmonic • Gustavo Dudamel, conductor
USC Trojan Marching Band, Dr. Arthur C. Bartner, director
TCHAIKOVSKY Symphony No. 5 • TCHAIKOVSKY Nutcracker Selections
TCHAIKOVSKY 1812 Overture
Music Director Gustavo Dudamel joins the beloved annual tradition to celebrate a
favorite composer – there are sure to be fireworks on-stage and above the Bowl
for this spectacular weekend tradition!
HEART
SEP 11-12
FIREWORKS FINALE
WITH
THE B-52s
THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS
FIREWORKS
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra • Thomas Wilkins, conductor
Dance the night away with the world’s greatest party band, The B-52s, and the
romantic pop swagger of The Psychedelic Furs. It’s an end-of-the-season bash not
to be missed, packed with your favorite hits: “Rock Lobster,” “Love Shack,” “Pretty
in Pink,” “The Ghost in You” and more – plus the Bowl’s spectacular fireworks!
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EXCLUSIVE PRE-SALE FOR SUBSCRIBERS
Only subscribers get the very best seats to Hollywood’s hottest nights at the Bowl.
Add these in-demand concerts to your subscription now during this special window,
before they go on sale to the general public. Ticket prices are on pages 20-21.
PLAYBOY JAZZ FESTIVAL
SUN | AUG 23 | 6PM
SMOOTH SUMMER JAZZ
©2008
SAT-SUN | JUN 13-14 | 3PM
DAVE KOZ & FRIENDS
PLAYBOY JAZZ FESTIVAL
HERBIE HANCOCK &
WAYNE SHORTER WITH
MONK INSTITUTE ENSEMBLE
FRI | JUN 26 (NOTE EARLY DATE)
6:30PM PRE-SHOW | 8PM FILM
ALOE BLACC
CELEBRATING THE FILM’S
50TH ANNIVERSARY
EDDIE PALMIERI
AFRO-CARIBBEAN JAZZ BAND
SNARKY PUPPY
and many more!
GEORGE LOPEZ,
SING-A-LONG SOUND OF MUSIC
Melissa Peterman, host
The beloved film in its 50th anniversary year,
interactive fun-packs, costumes and thousands
of fans, all make this one of the most enjoyable
nights of the summer.
HOST
with special guests Rick Braun, Kenny Lattimore
and more to be announced
THU-FRI-SAT | JUL 2-3-4 7:30PM
JULY 4TH FIREWORKS
SPECTACULAR
WITH
FIREWORKS
LARRY GRAHAM AND
GRAHAM CENTRAL STATION
HARVEY MASON CHAMELEON
Additional artist to be announced
SMOKEY ROBINSON
Los Angeles Philharmonic
Sarah Hicks, conductor
Patriotic music and the King of Motown, Smokey
Robinson – plus our fabulous fireworks display –
make this annual celebration a don’t-miss affair!
Tickets for children 12 and under are half-price.
SUN | SEP 6 | 7:30PM
E.T. THE EXTRA-TERRESTRIAL
Los Angeles Philharmonic
David Newman, conductor
Introduced by John Williams
In a world-premiere event, John Williams’ Oscar®winning score for Steven Spielberg’s heartwarming
masterpiece is performed live-to-picture while the
beloved film is shown in HD. Don’t miss E.T. on the
Bowl’s big screen, with the LA Phil live under the stars!
™ & © Universal Studios
TUE | JUN 30 | 8:30PM
SAT | JUN 20 | 8PM
OPENING NIGHT
AT THE BOWL
FIREWORKS
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra
Thomas Wilkins, conductor
Artists to be announced
Our star-studded Opening Night is one of the
most anticipated highlights of the summer
season and culminates in a spectacular fireworks
display.
Proceeds benefit the LA Phil and its education programs.
For packages (reception, dinner, prime seating), call
213.972.3051.
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BACK TO THE FUTURE –
IN CONCERT
30TH ANNIVERSARY
Los Angeles Philharmonic
David Newman, conductor
Power up your DeLorean, recharge your flux
capacitor, and celebrate the 30th anniversary of
the original Back to the Future as never before:
in HD on the Bowl’s big screen with the LA Phil
performing Alan Silvestri’s dazzling score live –
including over 15 minutes of brand new music!
™ & © Universal Studios and U-Drive Joint Venture
SUN | JUL 12 | 7PM
DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE
tUnE-yArDs
Seattle’s iconic, bittersweet songsmiths return in
support of Kintsugi, their eighth studio album and
first in four years. With a string of sweetly styled
and candidly lyrical hits, the Grammy®-nominated
musicians rock with their hearts on their sleeves.
SAT | SEP 19 | 8PM
ABBA: THE CONCERT
Celebrate along with the best ABBA tribute band
in the world, direct from Sweden! Become a
“Dancing Queen” for the night and sing along
with your favorites including “Mamma Mia,”
”S.O.S.,” “Take a Chance on Me,” and “Voulez-Vous.”
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Our Creative Chair for Jazz, the legendary
Herbie Hancock, guides the great tradition of
jazz at the Bowl.
JOHN FOGERTY
JZ1 4 WEDNESDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
JUL 15
JOHN FOGERTY
SINATRA’S 100TH
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
AUG 5
Additional artist to be announced
The fiery British jazz/pop rule-breaker returns to the Bowl with his big band, for
everything from swinging standards to unique modern rock covers and soulful
ballads. Playful energy and inspired piano playing will abound! The powerhouse
vocalist of Twenty Feet From Stardom, Grammy®-winner Fischer, opens.
AUG 19
ORQUESTA BUENA VISTA SOCIAL CLUB: ADIOS TOUR
DIEGO EL CIGALA
Legends of Cuban music Orquesta Buena Vista Social Club grace the Bowl stage
one last time. With celebrated original stars, the dynamic ensemble lends its
elegance and passion to the best of son montuno, danzón, cha-cha, boleros, and
more, plus material from Lost & Found, a new collection of unreleased recordings
from the original Buena Vista Social Club sessions. In his Bowl debut, captivating
flamenco singer El Cigala enters new territory, merging salsa and charanga
rhythms with the drama of Argentine tango.
JACO’S WORLD
with special guests Alex Acuña, Victor Bailey, John Beasley, Peter Erskine,
Paul Jackson Jr., Jerry Jemmott, Bob Mintzer, Sam Moore, Wayne Shorter
and Robert Trujillo
Vince Mendoza, musical director
SEP 2
PINK MARTINI
DOC SEVERINSEN AND HIS BIG BAND
The internationally beloved Portland band blends rhythms from samba and swing
to cool standards with style. Engaging pianist/bandleader Thomas Lauderdale
guides Pink Martini’s eclectic sounds alongside the ravishing vocals of China Forbes.
Revered as the former leader of the Tonight Show orchestra, 87-year-old Severinsen
opens the evening with his big band.
WAYNE SHORTER QUARTET
Living legend Wayne Shorter and his Quartet open the evening, blazing through
hard bop and fusion with the shining tone and angular lines that are Shorter’s
trademarks. The late, brilliant bass pioneer Jaco Pastorius changed the instrument
forever with fluid passages that leaped out of the rhythm section. The visionary
player/arranger/composer/producer will be celebrated by a range of artists with music
from the iconic Word of Mouth album and clips from the new Jaco documentary.
SEP 16
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JAMIE CULLUM
LISA FISCHER
One of the most important music figures of the 20th century, “Old Blue Eyes,”
is honored on his hundredth birthday with a celebration of his classic recordings
that featured The Count Basie Orchestra, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and others. The
Count Basie Orchestra and outstanding guest stars gather for this musical tribute.
AUG 26
WYNTON MARSALIS
SINATRA’S 100TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Kurt Elling, José James, Seu Jorge, Seth MacFarlane, John Pizzarelli,
Luciana Souza, special guests
Christian McBride, musical director
The Count Basie Orchestra
AUG 12
JAMIE CULLUM
JZ2 4 WEDNESDAY EVENINGS AT 8PM
American rock legend and chart-topper John Fogerty’s roots-rock is steeped
in blues and gospel traditions. In 1969, Fogerty wrote and produced three multiplatinum albums with Creedence Clearwater Revival that captured the spirit of
our nation with the treasured classics “Proud Mary,” “Born on the Bayou,” “Bad
Moon Rising,” “Fortunate Son” and more. Fogerty celebrates that momentous
year, plus his catalog of all-time hits.
JUL 22
Frank Sinatra at the Hollywood Bowl 1943.
The Music Center Archives/ Otto Rothschild Collection
JAZZ AT
THE BOWL
JAZZ AT LINCOLN CENTER ORCHESTRA
WITH WYNTON MARSALIS
TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE
CHICK COREA AND BÉLA FLECK
MICHAEL FRANTI AND SPEARHEAD
CÉCILE McLORIN SALVANT
Additional artist to be announced
New Orleans native Trombone Shorty fronts one of the hottest funk/jazz/rock/hip-hop
bands and never fails to bring the party atmosphere. Socially conscious artist Michael
Franti and his band Spearhead play unforgettable, high energy shows merging
thought-provoking lyrics with old-school R&B, soul and hip-hop beats.
Trumpet virtuoso Wynton Marsalis leads the “finest big band in the world today”
in a swinging return to the Bowl. Musical worlds collide as master musicians Corea
and Fleck weave an intricate exchange between keys and banjo. A young jazz star
with an old soul, McLorin Salvant opens with sophisticated vocals showing power,
grace and heart.
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SUNDAY
SUNSET
CONCERTS
B-52'S
Our eclectic performing arts series
brings you the best in opera, the annual
Broadway musical, a spectacular
fireworks finale, and more!
La
•
Traviata
SU3 4 SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 7:30PM
JUL 19
CIRQUE MUSICA
KCRW‘S
WORLD
FESTIVAL
Contemporary stars and
traditional artists from around
the globe
JUN 21
REGGAE NIGHT
BOB MARLEY’S ROOTS ROCK REGGAE A 70TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT
ZIGGY MARLEY & STEPHEN MARLEY
Book and Lyrics by Eric Idle • Music by John Du Prez & Eric Idle
All-star cast to be announced
This hilarious adaptation of the 1975 classic film Monty Python and the Holy Grail
will have you rolling in the aisles with laughter amidst a bevy of beautiful showgirls,
not to mention cows and killer rabbits…and French people…and monks. Oh…and
Knights Who Say “Ni.” Thirty-five years after the Pythons first conquered the Bowl,
this sublimely silly and delightful show – 2005 Tony Award®-winner for Best Musical –
will remind you to “always look on the bright side of life.”
INNER CIRCLE • THE SKATALITES
VERDI’S LA TRAVIATA
Los Angeles Philharmonic • Daniel Harding, conductor
Los Angeles Master Chorale, Grant Gershon, artistic director
Deeply moved by the tragic love story of The Lady of the Camellias, Verdi created
the ne plus ultra of romantic, dramatic operas, full of melodies that pull at our
heartstrings and won’t let go. Imagine being under the stars, utterly captivated
by the heartbreaking story of Violetta and Alfredo, sung by a world-class cast.
SEP 13
UNDERWORLD
Additional artists to be announced
Electronica icons Underworld return to the Bowl in celebration of the 20th anniversary
of their legendary album dubnobasswithmyheadman, performing epic tracks from that
dance music game-changer along with other landmark house and techno hits.
AUG 16
AUG 9
GRACE JONES
SU1 3 SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 7PM
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra • Thomas Wilkins, conductor
Cirque Musica takes audiences on a journey of spellbinding grace and daredevil
athleticism, featuring glorious orchestral music performed live in artistic
partnership with the greatest circus performers from around the world. Don’t
miss this edge-of-your-seat experience where you will be awed by beauty, thrills,
and majesty.
AUG 2
ZIGGY MARLEY
FIREWORKS FINALE
WITH
For this year’s reggae party, Ziggy and Stephen Marley lead the celebration of their
legendary father’s 70th birthday and the best of the roots rock tradition.
SEP 20
EMPIRE OF THE SUN
Additional artist to be announced
Australian alt-electro pioneers make their Bowl debut with a phenomenal live show like
nothing else on earth.
SU2 3 SUNDAY EVENINGS AT 7PM
JUN 28
BASEMENT JAXX
BOOTSY COLLINS AND THE RUBBER BAND
Grammy®-winning dance music icons Basement Jaxx return to the Bowl on the heels
of their new album Junto (“together”). Celebrating a 20-year career of mind-bending
pop-house, R&B, ragga, deep funk & ambient techno, Simon Ratcliffe and Felix Buxton
reign as the masters of the club mix. Notoriously funky Bootsy Collins is one of the
all-time greats, laying down the low end for P-Funk, James Brown, his own Rubber
Band and cosmic solo projects.
THE B-52s
THE PSYCHEDELIC FURS
FIREWORKS
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra • Thomas Wilkins, conductor
Dance the night away with the world’s greatest party band, The B-52s, and the
romantic pop swagger of The Psychedelic Furs. It’s an end-of-the-season bash not
to be missed, packed with your favorite hits: “Rock Lobster,” “Love Shack,” “Pretty
in Pink,” “The Ghost in You” and more – plus the Bowl’s spectacular fireworks!
AUG 30
ARTIST TO BE ANNOUNCED
SEP 27
GRACE JONES
FUTURE ISLANDS
Legendary rebel and pop siren Grace Jones returns to the Bowl with an unforgettable
stage show: a hypnotizing blend of new wave, world beats and disco that can only be
matched by her awesome performance power. Baltimore’s Future Islands craft dynamic
synth pop — their song “Seasons” was named Song of the Year by Pitchfork, NME,
MOJO and others — and deliver an extraordinarily ardent live show.
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PICNICS & DINING
PARKING & TRANSPORTATION
PARKING AT THE BOWL
Order now with your subscription!
Drive yourself and park in an on-site stacked parking lot. Parking is limited and the
lots fill up fast, so arrive early. Parking starts at $19/car, per concert.
OTHER TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS
Leave the driving to us!
Available for purchase online or at 323.850.2000, beginning February 1.
PARK & RIDE: NEAR YOU
BRING YOUR OWN PICNIC
Share a picnic with family and friends before the show. One of the great things about the Bowl is
that you can bring your own food and drinks. Eat at your seats or enjoy one of our 14 picnic areas.
Leave your car at one of our Park & Ride locations and let us do the driving.
Parking is free and the bus ride costs $7/person round trip when prepurchased (fees may apply), $12/person when purchased at the lot.
Park & Ride Lots are available in these locations:
HollywoodBowl.com/Picnic
Arcadia
† Chatsworth
Culver City
Downey
East L.A.
El Monte
† Lakewood
† Pasadena
Rowland Heights † Torrance
Santa Monica
Westchester
† Westwood
Sherman Oaks
† available for Playboy Jazz Festival
BOWL SHUTTLE: NEAR THE BOWL
Park free at most close-to-the-Bowl Shuttle
lots* and take a shuttle to the main gate.
$6/person round trip.
Lots A & B Ventura Blvd., near Lankershim
Lot C L.A. Zoo parking lot
* Lot D Hollywood & Highland Center
(parking fee required)
METRO
Ride the Red Line and take the Shuttle for free! Red Line riders who exit at
Hollywood/Highland (Shuttle Lot D) or Universal City (Shuttle Lots A and B)
may show their TAP card for a free shuttle ride to and from the Bowl (concert
date only).
INFORMATION
It’s easy to get to your concerts at the Bowl – and now it’s more
convenient than ever to get all the information you need.
BUY AT THE BOWL OR PRE-ORDER
Patina Restaurant Group has a range of gourmet offerings available on site.
THE WINE BAR: Full-service restaurant and
bar featuring a selection of wine, craft
beer, and soju cocktails paired with a
tapas-style menu
ROOFTOP GRILL: Full-service restaurant
featuring mesquite-grilled steaks, fresh
seafood and farmers market offerings
STACCATO: Quick service gourmet
concessions
Using either the Bowl website or app, you will have access
to maps and complete information detailing your transportation
and parking options. HollywoodBowl.com/GettingThere
Hollywood Bowl
mobile app
MARKET CAFÉ: Gourmet marketplace for
picnic fare, wine and desserts
MARKET WEST: Asian-inspired specialties
featuring made-to-order sushi, plus picnic
amenities
PATRONS WITH DISABILITIES
SWEET SHOPPE: Ice cream sandwiches,
cookies and more
All Bowl parking, including accessible parking, is limited and often sells out in advance. Other
accessible options include Park & Ride buses and transportation from Shuttle lots (see above).
For more information, call 323.850.2000 or TTY 323.850.2040.
BOX SERVICE: Pre-ordered, full-service
dining in your box seats
PatinaGroup.com/HollywoodBowl • 323.850.1885
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SPECIAL CONCERTS PRICES
Playboy Jazz Festival
Sat JUN 13 & Sun JUN 14
Buy one or more series and become eligible to purchase tickets for
these shows in advance of the general public, and at subscriber rates.
PER SEAT
Opening Night
at the Bowl
Sing-A-Long
Sound of Music
Back to the
Future
Sat
Fri
JUN 26
Tue
JUN 30
(Subscriber
discount
already
applied)
Two-day
price
One-day price
Pool Circle † n/a
n/a
H
n/a
$174
Garden Boxes*
n/a
n/a
H
81
136
Terrace Boxes
332
166
121
76
119
Side Boxes*
332
166
121
76
SuperSeats*
140
70
64
Ramps*
140
70
Sec D, E*
104
Sec G2, J2*
Available Feb 21
JUN 20
July 4th Fireworks Spectacular
Death Cab
for Cutie
with
Smokey Robinson
Thu-Fri
JUL 2-3
Children
12 and under
$256
$128
140
70
121
119
56
64
64
56
64
52
46
43
45
104
52
46
43
45
Sec F, K*
104
52
35
37
Sec M, N
82
41
29
Sec L, P
76
38
Sec R, S, T
68
Sec Q, U
Sat
JUL 4
Children
12 and under
Sun
JUL 12
Smooth
Summer
Jazz
Sun
AUG 23
E.T. the ExtraTerrestrial
ABBA:
The Concert
Sun
SEP 6
Sat
SEP 19
$97
$258
$129
$89
$292
$354
142
71
89
114
138
81
60. 142
71
79
101
121
76
121
60. 142
71
79
101
121
76
64
32
68
34
55
57
64
56
64
32
68
34
55 57
64
56
46
28. 50
31
55
39
46
38
46
28. 50
31
43
39
46
38
33
35
22
38
23. 43
32
34
31
32
28
29
18
32
20
38
26
29
26
23
25
22
23
14. 26
16. 30
21
22
22
34
20
22
19
20
12. 22
14
30
18
20
18
64
32
18
19
18
18
11. 20
12. 25
14
18
18
Sec W
42
21
17
14
17
17
8. 21
10. 25
15
17
18
Sec V, X
40
20
13
12
13
13
6. 17
8. 20
13
13
15
55
39
46
38
38
26
29
26
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
50
Sec D, E*
104
52
46
43
45
46
28. 50
31
Sec G2, J2*
82
41
29
32
28
29
18
32
20
Sec F*
42
21
17
14
17
17
8. 21
10. 25
15
17
18
Sec K*
40
20
13
12
13
13
6. 17
8. 20
13
13
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seating options † Includes a tax-deductible contribution
*HAccessible
Call 213.972.3051 for information and pricing on Opening Night patron, Pool Circle or Garden packages.
LA PHIL IN THE COMMUNITY
The LA Phil has a long-standing
commitment to the education of
current and future generations of
concert-goers. More than 150,000
benefit each year from our concerts
for schools and families, in-school
residencies, training for young
composers, free neighborhood
concerts, pre-concert lectures and
more. YOLA (Youth Orchestra LA) – inspired by Gustavo
Dudamel’s artistic vision and experience in Venezuela’s El
Sistema – works with community partners to provide free
instruments and high quality music instruction to children
in underserved areas of Los Angeles.
Your ticket purchases and donations help to ensure the
future of these programs and more.
Details at LAPhil.com/Education
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The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association
thanks the Los Angeles County Board of
Supervisors for its valued cooperation in
continuing to bring great music to the
people of Los Angeles: Michael D. Antonovich,
Fifth District and Mayor, Los Angeles County;
Hilda Solis, First District; Mark RidleyThomas, Second District; Sheila Kuehl, Third
District; and Don Knabe, Fourth District.
Hollywood Bowl thanks the Los Angeles
County Metropolitan Transportation
Authority for its support of the Park &
Ride program, and our many sponsors and
donors for their generosity.
The Music Director Chair held by Gustavo
Dudamel is endowed by a gift to the LA Phil
from the Walt and Lilly Disney Foundation.
The Creative Chair for Jazz held by Herbie
Hancock is endowed by a gift to the LA Phil
from William Powers and Carolyn Powers.
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Terrace Boxes A, B
1210
1260
605
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SuperSeats
640
680
320
340
Benches D, E
570
620
285
310
Benches G2, J2
570
620
285
310
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SuperSeats
570
620
285
310
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400
180
200
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484
392
300
SuperSeats
256
232
180
Benches D, E
228
180
147
Benches G2, J2
228
180
147
Benches D, E
SuperSeats 0
228
180
147
144
132
102
Garden Boxes •
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