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Thursday, August 21

Saturday, August 23

Sunday, August 24

Broadway & Bolero

Walt Disney Concert Hall

111 South Grand Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90012

2:00pm

Maestro Victor Vener and his California Philharmonic end their thrilling summer season by bringing three of the greatest musicals ever written to life. Singers Randal Keith, star of Les Miz on Broadway and the National Tour and Joan Almedilla, star of Miss Saigon and Les Miz on Broadway and the National Tour of Jesus Christ Superstar join Maestro Victor Vener and Cal Phil to perform excerpts from Chicago, Cats and Evita. And, this being Cal Phil, there’s more! The orchestra performs music to transport you from Los Angeles to the gardens of Spain with the Iberian colors and rhythms in Ravel’s captivating Bolero, Chabrier’s sparkling España and Rodrigo’s Concierto de Aranjuez, featuring guitar virtuoso Adam Del Monte.

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Thursday, August 28

Emperor and Exhibition

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

8:00pm

The Las Vegas natives and three-piece rock band, Panic! At the Disco, have combined electronica, dance and punk brilliantly. They’ve achieved international fame with their platinum-selling debut album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, which sold over 2.2 million copies worldwide. The band formed when guitarist Ryan Ross and drummer Spencer Smith began playing Blink 182 covers as childhood friends and later joined forces with lead singer Brendon Urie and bassist Brent Wilson. 

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Friday, August 29

Saturday, August 30

Sunday, August 31

The Big Picture: Hitchcock!

Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood, CA 90068

7:30pm

Suspense! Sinister plots! Mistaken identities! This year's Big Picture is a thrilling tribute to the classic films of Alfred Hitchcock. Mesmerizing, haunting and psychologically gripping scores by Bernard Herrmann (Vertigo, North by Northwest), Dimitri Tiomkin (Strangers on a Train, Dial M for Murder) and more will be played live while spellbinding scenes are projected on the Bowl’s big screen.

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Tuesday, September 2

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