Venue Details

7519 Star Starred
Hollywood Bowl
2301 N. Highland Ave. Hollywood, CA 90068
323-850-2000
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The weather was good but as night fell it got chilly.. I wore a shirt, but took some blankets and a sweater in case the temperature dropped..
LA Phil: Bernstein & Gershwin dress Jul 23 2014 star this tip starred
Bob Grandchamp
"Leased events" at the Hollywood Bowl = NO OUTSIDE ALCOHOL..................
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179 ratings
4.7 average rating
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81 events
52 reviews
7 stars
attended Sep 10 2011

The music was wonderful. The conductor was funny. The fireworks were spectacular. The weather cooperated.
What more can you ask?

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41 events
24 reviews
10 stars
attended Sep 10 2011

The goldstar seats are great. The performance are marvelous. The mastro is humorous and knowledgable. Gives us music intelligence outside out of the classroom on a casual way. The firework is amazing, it can get real chilly at night, bring a...continued

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137 events
128 reviews
42 stars
attended Sep 10 2011

The music was very nice, including the USC Marching Band, and the fireworks were truly wonderful!

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Website

http://www.hollywoodbowl.com/tickets/performance-detail.cfm?id=4583

Description

Tchaikovsky and fireworks — a glorious Hollywood Bowl tradition! This year, in addition to the 1812 Overture with cannons and pyrotechnics, the show features stars from American Ballet Theatre in the famous pas de deux from Swan Lake and from the new production of The Nutcracker

Artists:

Los Angeles Philharmonic 

Bramwell Tovey, conductor 

Marcelo Gomes, Paloma Herrera, Veronika Part, Cory Stearns, American Ballet Theatre Dancers 

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus 

USC Trojan Marching Band, Dr. Arthur C. Bartner, director