The Ford 2023 Season To Feature Local Natives, Waxahatchee, Mac DeMarco and more

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UPDATE: Tickets to the Ford are on sale now (May 9, 2023) as single-day tickets! Get them while you can!

Nestled in the Hollywood Hills, The Ford’s 2023 summer season has been revealed! This year’s season at The Ford includes performances by hometown heroes like the Local Natives and Doris Anahi, as well as psych-pop stalwart Mac DeMarco, indie folk darling Waxahatchee, and International favorites Hermanos Gutiérrez, Laufey, Os Mutantes, Gabriels, and a lot more.


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The Ford’s 2023 summer season will span 15 weeks of performances kicking off July 14 with Mac DeMarco and running through October 28 with The Rocky Horror Picture Show featuring shadow cast Sins O’ The Flesh (a great way to kick off your Halloween fun).

In addition to the diverse concert lineup at the 2023 Ford concert season, the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association continues to include family events with the annual LA Soundscapes series. This year attendees can enjoy It’s a Musical World with Bob Baker Marionette Theater, Jazzy Ash & the Leaping Lizards, and more fun for the whole family.


The eventful Ford Season will also feature spoken-word, comedy and film. From LA-based The Improvised Shakespeare Company, to Comedy Under The Stars: Women Crush Wednesdays with host Marcella Arguello and iconic films like Selena and The Rocky Horror Picture Show — there’s a whole lot going on this year at the Ford.

This is all just a small taste of the Ford’s exceptional season. See the full lineup of The Ford’s 2023 season for more information and to start planning your summer.

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Tickets to The Ford’s 2023 season go on sale as single tickets on May 9, however, ticket packages are available now. Fans can choose 3 or more event packages to save on fees.

The LA Soundscapes series includes up to two FREE tickets for children 12 and under with every full-priced ticket purchased.

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