Hollywood Bowl Reveals 2021 Summer Concerts Lineup feat. Christina Aguilera, H.E.R., Kamasi Washington, Earl Sweatshirt and more

Hollywood Bowl 2021 lineup summer concerts
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The Hollywood Bowl has announced its 2021 summer concert season! This summer’s concerts at the Bowl will feature: Christina Aguilera, Peter and the Wolf with Viola Davis & Dudamel, Kamasi Washington and Earl Sweatshirt, Ledisi singing Nina Simone, H.E.R., Black Panther in Concert, Brittany Howard with Jamila Woods, The Princess Bride in Concert, James Blake, Herbie Hancock and many more.

Kicking off the first concert of the season on on Saturday, July 3 with a pre 4th of July spectacular featuring Kool & The Gang, the Hollywood Bowl will close its star-studded run of shows on September 28.

But the shows don’t stope there! That’s just the end of the official Hollywood Bowl summer concert season. The Bowl will be bustling with delicious sounds through Fall including Daryl Hall & John Oats (Oct. 1), Alanis Morissette (Oct. 5), Andrea Bocelli (Oct. 24) and more. Stay tuned for our annual 20 Must-See Shows at the Hollywood Bowl!

Tickets to the Hollywood Bowl’s 2021 concert season go on sale June 1.

New this year, the Hollywood Bowl have created an app to help make the Bowl experience easier.

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FREE Concerts at the Hollywood Bowl

As previously reported, the Hollywood Bowl will host four five FREE concerts “for healthcare workers, first responders, and essential workers as a gesture of thanks for all they have done for Los Angeles throughout the pandemic.” The free concerts will kick off May 15 and feature Hollywood Bowl’s finest, Dudamel and the LA Phill, as well as an early screening for the new documentary: P!nk: All I Know So Far; and an incredible night with Thundercat and Flying Lotus with La Santa Cecilia wrapping up the free concerts on June 26.

For more information on the Hollywood Bowl’s re-opening and their Summer Concerts at the Bowl, please visit their website.

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