Each year, the LA Phil presents over 250 concerts at its three renowned venues: Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Hollywood Bowl and The Ford. Each location are iconic parts of the Southern California landscape – tributes to the region’s rich cultural history and Los Angeles’ enduring commitment to fostering artistic excellence. The Judith and Thomas L. Beckmen YOLA Center, opened in August of 2021, is the first dedicated space for the YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles) program and will be the home of a new fifth YOLA site, drawing students from Inglewood and environs.
About the Hollywood Bowl
Since its opening in 1922, the Hollywood Bowl has been the premier destination for live music in Southern California, hosting everyone from Billie Holiday to The Beatles to Yo-Yo Ma under the iconic silhouette of its concentric-arched band shell.
Walt Disney Concert Hall
Designed by architect Frank Gehry, Walt Disney Concert Hall is an internationally recognized architectural landmark and one of the most acoustically sophisticated concert halls in the world.
For sheer beauty and intimacy, it's hard to beat The Ford for summer entertainment under the stars. Nestled in the Hollywood Hills, the open-air amphitheater is relatively intimate at just under 1,200 seats; no patron is more than 96 feet away from the stage.
Judith and Thomas L. Beckmen YOLA Center
The Beckmen YOLA Center in Inglewood offers free after-school music programming for Inglewood students, a cultural resource for the people of Inglewood, a space for music educators from across the U.S. and around the world, and more!
More about the Bowl
Tour the Bowl
Take The Bowl Walk, a fun, self-guided tour for visitors of all ages, or book a free group tour for groups of 10 or more, immersing you in a unique, behind-the-scenes experience.
We acknowledge the Gabrielino Tongva, Gabrielino Kizh, and Fernandeño Tataviam Nations as the traditional stewards of the land now called the Hollywood Bowl.