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Hollywood Bowl 2011 Summer Season Announced!
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The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association has announced its 2011 summer concert series! Celebrating 90 seasons at the historic Hollywood Bowl, the exceptional 14-week outdoor program -- beginning in June and running through September -- is now up for grabs.
Subscriptions are on sale now for Classical, Weekend Spectaculars, Sunset Concerts, Jazz and KCRW’s World Festival, however single tickets and complete programming will not be available until Saturday, May 7.
Highlights include a massive assortment of musical heavyweights: Gustavo Dudamel, Wynton Marsalis, Gladys Knight, a Serge Gainsbourg Tribute with Sean Lennon, Dolly Parton, Hall & Oates and fireworks on the 4th of July, Sound of Music Sing-a-long, Itzhak Perlman, Harry Connick Jr, Quincy Jones, Sarah McLachlan, Dick Van Dyke, Walt Disney's Fantasia, Cibo Matto, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Mavis Staples, Stevie Wonder, Wayne Shorter and Cassandra Wilson perform Joni Mitchell, more!!!!
Full line up (and more to be announced) available at the Hollywood Bowl website.
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