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Hollywood Bowl Ticket Prices to Go Up Next Season

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Music lovers can expect to pay $1 to $3 more per ticket next year to see a show at the iconic Hollywood Bowl, according to the Daily News.

Today the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the price increase, as requested by the Bowl's operating group, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association. The extra bucks per ticket are expected to pull in about $27k more per year, which will go to the LA Phil. The extra revenue "will be added to a fund for capital improvements, equipment and supplies for the amphitheater."

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