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This is my favorite venue in the country. Be sure to bring your own food and get a seat by the soundbooth, where you can see the show, the crowd, everything! – Kelly Rowland
Opened in 1922, the all-time record for attendance was set in 1936 when 26,410 people crowded into the Bowl to hear opera singer Lily Pons. Current seating capacity is 17,376.
When I have a designated driver, I do love Mr. Chow’s Apple Martinis! – Kelly Rowland
Catch your favorite band, bring a picnic and enjoy the view of the Hollywood Hills at this iconic amphitheater, which is *the* summer spot to rock out alongside stars like Drew Barrymore.
The Beatles performed at the Hollywood Bowl in 1964 and 1965, which resulted in the live album The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl that was released in 1977.
I love this venue because of its outside seating. Be sure to bring your own wine and dinner! – Tucker B.
I love Hollywood, & I love bowls, so this is 1 of my favorite places to see a concert. Make sure to bring something to keep you warm, 'cause it gets cold! Portia brought a blanket. I brought tequila.
"Ah, the memories here really bring me back: Steely Dan, a date with my young love Susan, braces, acne… Last weekend was really fun." - Conan O'Brien
There is simply no better place to see music and beautiful people in LA.
My favorite concert venue in Los Angeles. Check out the jazz festivals!
Grab some cheese, wine (no glass allowed!) and blankets then snuggle up with your date in the cool night air. Make sure to come back for the famous "Sound of Music" Sing-a-long! #vday
CA (See) One of the best venues to hear music in LA. Pack a dinner and grab a bottle of wine (or two) - sit back, relax, and enjoy.
The Svetyorka Locomotive Philharmonic taught me being a conductor of both a train and an orchestra isn’t easy. Fortunately, the acoustics here should be much better than those on a moving train.
Enjoy a concert from the cheap seats (or from the grass in the back!)
Pick a warm evening and go see a show. It doesn't really matter if you're into the music; the setting itself is more than enough to make it a great night.
great scenery and view!
For those about to rock … make sure you look up at the stars and consider THE BIG BANG THEORY come Emmy time.
Fantastic Summer concerts. Bring a picnic, some wine and great friends for a cheap and cheerful evening.
See a concert in the summer at dusk
Rent a seat cushion for just a few dollars—it will make sitting on the wooden benches a lot more tolerable.
A must go venue every summer. Great fireworks, too! Use park-and-ride shuttles instead of driving.
If you like concerts and you like the outdoors, this is it. If you don't mind the walk, park at the Kodak center instead and take a stroll from there. And don't forget the picnic basket!
Take the Red Line to Hollywood and Highland then take the Hollywood Bowl Shuttle to avoid traffic and parking
hands down the best concert venue I've ever been too.
Have a picnic in the public park just outside of the Bowl before a show
Go to the Hollywood Bowl and experience your favorite live acts outdoors. Be sure to bring a well stocked picknick basket as the prices at the Bowl are somewhat exotic.
If You Want To See ★Celebrities★ This Is It!! I Saw Prince In Concert With Almost A 2 HOUR Encore Of Purple Rain!! The BEST Concerts & Events Happen Right Here At The Hollywood Bowl!!!!
Perfect music venue. They got it all!
Bring a picnic, a bottle of wine and get to the Bowl before the concert starts. Either claim some space on the grass or grab a table and enjoy dinner before the show!
First date spot with my now husband. so that worked out. Highly reco'd date night!
People generally save on parking by parking at Hollywood & Highland & getting validation for 4 hrs from one of the businesses. The uphill walk is good for you-downhill after the show even better!
A MUST music venue in LA if you have time - cheap seats on the back lawn and you can bring your own food & drink. Greats who have played here: The Beatles, Arcade Fire, Elton John and Kylie Minogue.
Park at the Hollywood/Highland complex or take the shuttle from the Grove. Bring your $6 Trader Joe's Malbec, some cheeses and meats. Forget the $30+ tix, the real fun is in the nosebleeds @ $10 a pop
Instead of parking here, take the shuttle buses that take you to the Hollywood Bowl. It's $4/person, but it definitely beats the post-show traffic.
Best Bowl parking if you don't mind the walk is Hollywood & Highland $10.
Paul McCartney! What up!!!!!!
Don't forget to pack your picnic basket.
Click LIKE if you're hammered from wine.
One of the greatest venues to see any live show
Sitting in the cheap seats way up high has one big advantage: you get a view of not just the stage, but the beautiful Hills and the Hollywood sign behind it.
You can always buy a last minute seat for $8 or $12. After the concert starts, you can move to empty seats in the more expensive rows and enjoy a very nice concert for a very affordable price. Bring y
ROCK ON!!! \m/