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Hollywood Bowl
2301 N. Highland Ave. Hollywood, CA 90068
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and park at the lots available on Hollywood and Highland Ave. Cheaper and all you have to do is take a short walk up to the Bowl. Mind you it is all upill, so please wear comfortable shoes e.g. boots, flats, sneakers. If not, I'd pack some flats for walking and put your cute shoes on at the concert. :)
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USE THE SHUTTLE! I have always hated The Bowl but that's because I've either driven myself or been dropped off by a friend and it's been torturous. Took the shuttle from Griffith Park and it was So. Awesome. Do it!
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19 ratings
4.3 average rating
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14 events
7 reviews
10 stars
attended Aug 18 2010

Preservation jazz band was as always a joyous celebration. Frank Demond is a genius as ever on the trombone. Glad to see him still playing! I grew up in Louisiana and I can vouch for their authenticity. They smell New Orleans! The dance added was...continued

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12 reviews
2 stars
attended Aug 18 2010

Overly short sets by all 3 acts. The Neville Brothers seemed to mostly be walking through their numbers. The Trey McIntyre Project was a great addition to the night, but wish there was more interaction between them and the live musicians.

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9 events
4 reviews
8 stars
attended Aug 18 2010

GREAT night at the Bowl. The Neville Brothers were outstanding as always. Dirty Dozen and Preservation Hall Jazz Band were also in great form. We especially enjoyed the pairing of Preservation Hall boys and the Trey McIntyre Dancers. Had no idea...continued

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Celebrate New Orleans’ rich heritage with the city’s first family of R&B, the Neville Brothers. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band collaborates with the Trey McIntyre Dance Project, tapping into the mystical and magical world of New Orleans, and second line stompers the Dirty Dozen Brass Band will provide a spirited opening.