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Santa Anita Park
285 W Huntington Drive Arcadia, CA 91007
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The weather was warm and a bit muggy. I wore jeans and polo shirt.
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15 stars
attended Jun 27 2015

Last year's show at the race track was more organized from getting into the parking lot and picking up your ticket at will call. The direct road to get into the parking lot was blocked off and made everyone go into the residential neighborhood...continued

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attended Aug 09 2014

It was simply beautiful from the setting to the scenery. Bring your blanket, a jacket, and your favorite food

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33 stars
attended Aug 23 2014

Great music under a beautiful sky at a lovely venue.

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June 27, 2015: Beatles & Beethoven
Imagine… all the people sharing Cal Phil in peace…

Our season opens with music by two titans of the art. We start out with Beethoven’s Seventh Symphony, a work infused with the spirit of the dance. It’s vital rhythms communicate the physicality of movement and the pleasure inherent in dancing, while continuously renewing themselves in fresh and innovative ways.

Jumping forward about 150 years, we find The Beatles blazing a similar trail of musical discovery with songs like A Day In The Life, Eleanor Rigby and I Am The Walrus. Our special guests Beatlemania Now, “The Best Tribute Band On The Planet”, will take you down Penny Lane, introduce you to Sergeant Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band and give a shout to the one you love with Hey Jude.

All you need is love. And Beethoven.

July 11, 2015: Rodgers & Hammerstein Go to the Movies
Do you love musicals? What about movies?

Then you’re going to love this trip through the Rodgers & Hammerstein canon with highlights from Cinderella, South Pacific and The Sound Of Music sung by Broadway sensation Jennifer Paz and American Idol finalist Anthony Fedorov—two of musical theatre’s brightest stars.

What else could you ask for? How about the haunting melodies of Schubert’s beloved Unfinished Symphony, as featured in Minority Report and the sweeping musical vistas of Maurice Jarre’s Oscar-winning score to Lawrence Of Arabia.

Grab your popcorn and get ready for the best sounding night at the movies you’ve ever heard.

About the Ticket Supplier: California Philharmonic

The Cal Phil delights audiences of all ages by playing a wide range of musical styles. You’re as likely to hear Broadway, pops, jazz and world music as you are to hear classical.