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Hollywood Bowl
2301 N. Highland Ave. Hollywood, CA 90068
323-850-2000
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The weather was A LITTLE COLD. I wore FLATS.. LOTS OF UPHILL WALKING.
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Parked at Hollywood & Highland and got food at CPK so parking would be validated. Always works like a charm but this time, the Dolby Theater had a show that got out the same time as the concert, so the entire garage was emptying out at once. It took us at least an hour and a half to get out -- it was a nightmare! Definitely check the Dolby Theater schedule before parking there.
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4.6 average rating
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Alan Trevor Red Velvet
291 events
183 reviews
38 stars
attended Jul 06 2012

The event itself was good when we finally got inside but getting our tickets was awful.It took an hour to get our tickets & get to our seats.

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18 events
8 reviews
38 stars
attended Jul 06 2012

Frozen Planet was indeed 'the ultimate portrait of Earth’s last great wilderness' The film, Frozen Planet, was amazing!! Kudos to the film crew for the sacrifices they made in the crueling cold in order to share such beautiful footage of life in...continued

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2 reviews
5 stars
attended Jul 06 2012

Wow I didn't want it to end. I wanted to sit in my seat and watch the entire concert all over.....having the actual music composer lead the orchestra was sensational! And the footage was breathtaking. I feel permanently changed and expanded.

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Website

http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/tickets/frozen-planet-concert/2012-07-06

Description

Following the success of Planet Earth Live, the world premiere of Frozen Planet in Concert comes to the Bowl’s big screen in the latest co-production of the BBC and Discovery Channel. The ultimate portrait of Earth’s last great wilderness, the polar regions, will be presented with stunning imagery with live orchestral accompaniment conducted by composer George Fenton.