Fireworks Finale with Harry Connick, Jr.
300th Birthday Celebration of New Orleans!
It’s a Big Easy bash with Harry Connick, Jr. The beloved singer, bandleader, and actor will pay tribute to his hometown on its 300th birthday – and close out our season in style with fireworks.Buy Tickets
Celebrate Mexican Independence with stars of música norteña!
Norteño at the Bowl!
Norteño music developed in the early 1900s as the polkas of German and Czech migrant workers mixed with the ballads (corridos) and rancheras of Mexicans in the north of the country. While you can still hear remnants of that early music in modern norteño's accordion-driven sound and emotionally driven stories, today's stars like Los Tigres del Norte incorporate thumping rock-inspired rhythms and flashy brass, a modern evolution of a historically rooted music.Buy Tickets
Adventures in Sound
The War on Drugs, Alvvays Grizzly Bear, TV on the Radio, and Beck have created some of the most exciting – and critically acclaimed – music of the 21st Century, forging influential new ideas in music and connecting with audience and GRAMMY voters alike.See Concerts
HOLLYWOOD BOWL MUSEUM
Current Exhibit: Jazz at the Bowl
The current Featured Exhibition “Summer Nights: Jazz at the Bowl,” traces the history of jazz performance at the Hollywood Bowl from the earliest days of the swing era through today, as jazz and its stylistic descendants- are globally embraced and recognized as original – and originally American – art forms. With a selection of audio recordings from the Los Angeles Philharmonic Archives, this exhibition showcases the instrumental, solo, and festival manifestations of the genre. Visit the free exhibit today!Learn More