The Beach Boys sunny hits will set off a three-night July 4th extravaganza, with the Los Angeles Philharmonic joining in, plus patriotic favorites and a legendary fireworks show. These are good vibrations you’ll be feeling all summer long! gate Time: 5:30 PM
Flying Lotus’ name is synonymous with creative innovation, having released six seminal studio albums, a slew of audio-visual marvels and, in the process, gaining two Grammy® nominations – including one for his work on Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp A Butterfly. Saxophone virtuoso and widely lauded bandleader Kamasi Washington introduced hip-hop audiences to the lineage of spiritual jazz and hard bop. Gate Time: 5:30 PM
Gustavo Dudamel ignites the Bowl’s classical season with the mother of all power choruses. Carl Orff’s iconic score sets a sequence of irreverent medieval texts with ear-beguiling melodies and brightly colored orchestration. Gate Time: 6:00 PM
The Playboy Jazz Festival was founded by Hugh Hefner and was first held in Chicago, Illinois at the Chicago Stadium in 1959. However, the second festival did not occur until 1979 when it was moved to the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. The event has been held there ever since.
Bob Dylan and His Band come to the Hollywood Bowl for one night under the stars with special guests Nathaniel Ratelliff & The Night Sweats + The Hot Club Of Cowtown on June 18. Tickets available this Friday, March 13 at 10am from http://LiveNation.com.