Hollywood Bowl - Hollywood, CA

The Hollywood Bowl has been showcasing the best of the best in the music world since it opened in 1920. It plays host to live concerts and symphonic, theater, and dance productions. With a capacity for 17,000 fans, the Hollywood Bowl is the largest natural outdoor amphitheater in the country.

The venue boasts an acoustical shell designed to reflect sound toward the audience, and a sightline that can be appreciated by audiences even from the last row of the venue. Often called simply the “Bowl” because of the shape of the concave hillside it was carved into, the venue is nestled in Bolton Canyon with the iconic Hollywood sign serving as a memorable backdrop.

Visitors can take the Metro, cab, or the Bowl shuttle from various points on the day of the event. Aside from the main Bowl parking lot, there are three other lots. Most events take place rain or shine, so be prepared to bring a poncho or raincoat, as umbrellas are not allowed inside. Guests may bring in food, beverages, a small camera, and picnic baskets and coolers as long as they can fit under the seat or within the box.

Given its location in Los Angeles, there are plenty of attractions nearby, including the Hollywood Bowl Museum, the Hollywood sign, Beverly Hills, and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Do not miss out on watching a concert in this iconic venue! Event Tickets Center offers a wide selection of Hollywood Bowl tickets to choose from.
Useful Event Info
Venue Address:
2301 Highland Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90068
History & Traditions:
Past Names/Nicknames:
The Bowl
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