Skip to page content

Play Your Part, support the LA Phil.  Your belief in the power of music to heal and transform makes our work possible.   Give Now

{{title}}
{{text}}
${{ price.displayPrice }}
$
Give Now

Please select a donation amount.

Ticket Information

Depending on your concert, we may be able to change the delivery method for your event. If you need to get your tickets electronically, here are the steps:

  • Navigate to the My Account Page
  • Under My Upcoming Events, click VIEW TICKETS next to the event that you are attending
  • Click SEND VIA TEXT or EMAIL MY TICKETS
  • Input the desired phone number or email address
  • Click SEND
Permalink

We’re here to help! You can text or email the tickets to yourself.
To send your tickets via text or email, here are the steps:

• Navigate to the My Account page

• Under My Upcoming Events, click VIEW TICKETS next to the event that you are attending

• Click SEND VIA TEXT or EMAIL MY TICKETS

• Click the checkbox next to the desired seats

• Input the desired phone number or email address

• Click SEND

NOTE: This process will invalidate any previous tickets that may have been sent (mail or electronic). Please use your most recently received tickets

Permalink

Absolutely! Call Audience Services 323 850 2000 to change the name on your will call tickets. You will need to provide a name, address, and phone number for the person picking up the tickets for verification at the Box Office. 

Permalink

All sales are final.  Refunds are only offered in the case of a canceled concert.

Permalink

Gift Cards make a great gift for families, friends, coworkers. Visit our Gift Cards page for more information and to purchase.

Permalink

Checking your balance is easy. Simply visit www.getmybalance.com.

Permalink

When you cannot use your tickets, please consider giving them to a friend or donating them back to the Box Office so another music lover can attend. Here are the steps for donating online: 

  1. Log in to your Hollywood Bowl Account
  2. Click the "View Tickets" button next to the concert for which you have tickets you wish to donate
  3. On the page this takes you to, click the "Donate Tickets" button underneath the given concert date
  4. Choose the Tickets you wish to donate from the Popup Box which comes to screen.
  5. Click the "Donate" button from within the Popup Box.

Note: Once donated, your tickets become invalid and cannot be used. Donations are accepted for Los Angeles Philharmonic events only (LA Master Chorale, Music Center and lease events are excluded.) A receipt for tax purposes will be issued if the seats are resold.  

Click here to learn more about donating your tickets - also available by telephone, in-person and by mail.

Permalink

Need to get a ticket to a friend? You can now send tickets via text message or email. Here are the steps:

  1. Navigate to the My Account Page by logging in to your account
  2. Under My Upcoming Events, click VIEW TICKETS next to the event that you wish to forward
  3. On the event page this takes you to, click the SEND button in order to bring up additional options
  4. Click SEND VIA TEXT or EMAIL MY TICKETS
  5. Click the checkbox next to the desired seats
  6. Input the desired phone number or email address
  7. Click SEND

Please note: This process will invalidate any previous tickets that may have been sent (mail or electronic). Please use the most recently sent tickets.

Permalink

The only way to know your tickets are valid or authentic is to buy directly from the LA Phil (online via our website, over the phone (323) 850-2000 or in person at the Box Office).
We cannot verify tickets bought from a third-party.

Please note: For Lease Events, please contact Ticketmaster

 

 

Permalink

Multiple copies can bring trouble. Reprinting tickets can invalidate the barcode causing issues at the gate or at your seat. You don't want to miss invaluable time getting this situation sorted out.

Permalink

Accessible seats may be purchased online just like buying any other ticket.  Look for the wheelchair and companion logos on the seating chart.  You may also purchase accessible seats over the phone with Audience Services at (323) 850-2000.

Permalink

Misplaced tickets? Don’t worry, we have a few options for you.

To send your tickets via text or email, here are the steps:
• Navigate to the My Account Page
• Under My Upcoming Events, click VIEW TICKETS next to the event that you are attending
• Click SEND VIA TEXT or EMAIL MY TICKETS
• Click the checkbox next to the desired seats
• Input the desired phone number or email address
• Click SEND

NOTE: This process will invalidate any previous tickets that may have been sent (mail or electronic). Please use your most recently received tickets

You may also visit the Box Office before your performance to request a reprint of your tickets. Make sure that you give yourself plenty of time and have a photo ID with you.  There is a $1 per ticket fee to reprint at the Box Office.

Permalink

To help prevent fraud, we occasionally delay printing tickets until closer to the event.  Your tickets will be delivered within two weeks of the event.

Permalink

Generally, we do not have set times until the artist goes on stage.  Therefore, we are unable to provide set times in advance.  To ensure that you don’t miss any of your concert, we encourage all patrons to arrive early.

Permalink

It means you’ll be unable to see the entire stage from those seats. You’ll have either an incomplete view because of the position of the seats, or something will be in your line of sight – like a handrail, speakers, or the soundboard.

We sell these seats because for many fans an obstructed view is not a problem, and the tickets are clearly labeled at the time of purchase. If you have purchased obstructed/partial view in error, please contact us and we will do our best to try to relocate you.

These seats are marked with different icons on the seat map and in your cart.

Permalink

Fees may apply when you purchase a ticket online or over the phone. Tickets purchased at the Box Office may not incur such a fee. The fee is displayed once you add a ticket to your cart so that you are aware of the fees before proceeding with your purchase.

What does the fee cover?: These fees are used to cover all the costs associated with purchasing tickets. This includes but is not limited to: web hosting, ticketing hardware, customer support, training, credit and debit card processing services, email processing, merchant fees, computer hardware and software, telephone lines, labor and more.

Permalink

The information requested may be used for a variety of purposes related to the ticket purchase transaction. These purposes can vary by transaction, but include, for example, allowing us to: ship/deliver tickets and/or receipts; respond to customer service requests; review and enforce limits on the number of tickets purchased per event and to help prevent credit card fraud.

Permalink

Sometimes artist management will place a ticket limit by customer, credit card, billing address, or other criteria to provide access to as many fans as possible.
The criteria can change depending on the type of event. Please adhere to published ticket limits. Persons who exceed the ticket limit may have any or all of their orders and tickets cancelled without notice.

Permalink

For groups of ten or more, please contact Group Sales at 323.850.2050. See Group Sales page of this website for further information.

Permalink

Some morning rehearsals at the Bowl are open to the public. Be sure to call ahead (323 850 2000) for the latest information and to confirm availability.

  • All rehearsals are subject to change

  • Seating is limited to side benches in Section D

  • We recommend bringing water, sunscreen, and a hat

Permalink

For the 2020 season, subscription packages (curated packages of 3-5 concerts) go on sale Feb 18; 5 or More packages (minimum 5 concerts not including seats in bench sections R-X) go on sale Mar 17.

Permalink

Planning Your Visit

It's a good idea to arrive at least 30 minutes before your concert time (double that, if it's your first visit). Then you'll have plenty of time to park, peruse the program, and prepare yourself for the experience.

Visit our Getting Here page for directions, parking details, public transportation, and traffic advisory. 

Late Seating/Re-Entry: In consideration of our artists and patrons, late seating and re-entry will take place during the first appropriate pause in the program at the discretion of management. Certain programs are performed without intermission; in those cases, late seating and re-entry may not be available at all. For the convenience of latecomers or those that exit the theater during the performance, the performance can be viewed and heard on monitors throughout the lobbies.

Many concertgoers arrive early to take part in pre-concert events. Check your concert's performance detail page for details.

Permalink

No children under 6 years old will be admitted to LA Phil Presents Classical, World Music, Jazz, Chamber, Baroque and Contemporary concerts at Walt Disney Concert Hall. Children five to eleven years of age are encouraged to attend the Toyota Symphonies for Youth concerts which are programmed especially for families (children under two not admitted). Children two and up may be admitted to the Holiday Sing-Along concerts, which are an excellent introduction to music for the entire family.

Due to the acoustic sophistication of Walt Disney Concert Hall, we ask that everyone in your party, regardless of age, be able to sit quietly through a 2-hour concert without disturbing other patrons or the artists. Ushers may ask parents whose children are noisy or uncomfortable to take them outside of the Concert Hall. If there is repeated disruption, we reserve the right to revoke admission and refund your ticket price, excluding service charges.

Patrons of all ages must have a ticket to enter the Concert Hall and must sit in the seat indicated on the ticket.

For more information about accessibility, hall amenities, and theater policies, please email information@laphil.org.

Permalink

The use of any recording devices, including cameras, is not permitted in Walt Disney Concert Hall at any time.

Permalink

Please visit our Accessibility Info webpage for further details.

Permalink

Walt Disney Concert Hall is located at the south end of the Music Center in downtown Los Angeles, at 111 South Grand Avenue, between First and Second Streets. Map and Directions Parking Information From 101 South: exit Temple, continue straight onto Hope St.; turn left at 2nd Place, bear left onto Kosciuszko, left at Lower Grand. Entrance to parking is on your left. From 110 North: exit 4th St., stay left and follow signs to Music Center, left on Lower Grand. From 110 South: exit (left lane) at Hill; turn right onto Temple, left at Hope, left at 2nd Place, bear left onto Kosciuszko, left at Lower Grand. Parking is available directly beneath Walt Disney Concert Hall; enter on Second Street or Lower Grand Avenue. Regular parking costs $9 ($23 valet parking at the Hope St. entrance) beginning at 5:00 p.m. for evening concerts, two hours before weekday matinees and all day on weekends; please bring cash. Accessible parking spaces for vehicles displaying valid, state-issued disability placards or license plates are reserved near the elevators on each level. Patrons with disability placards may also use valet parking for $23. Parking prices subject to change. For issues regarding Music Center parking, please call Classic Parking at (213) 687-4484

Permalink

No food or drinks are permitted inside of the auditorium. Refreshments are available for purchase in the Walt Disney Concert Hall lobbies before the concert and at intermission, but cannot be brought into the seating areas.

Permalink

All bags are subject to search by security officers. Security may require that large handbags or backpacks be left at the Coat Check in the lobby.

Permalink

All single ticket sales are final, but you may help us allow others to experience music at Walt Disney Concert Hall by donating your tickets for resale; you will receive a donation receipt for tax purposes. The Box Office will accept ticket donations until 5 pm before an evening concert or on the day before a matinee.

You may donate your tickets in one of four ways:

  • Online
    • Log in to your LA Phil Account
    • Click the "View Tickets" button next to the concert for which you have tickets you wish to donate
    • On the page this takes you to, click the "Donate Tickets" button underneath the given concert date
    • Choose the Tickets you wish to donate from the Popup Box which comes to screen.
    • Click the "Donate" button from within the Popup Box.
  • In person - bring your tickets to the Box Office prior to the concert
  • By mail - send your original tickets, along with your name, address, and telephone number, to:
    Walt Disney Concert Hall Box Office
    Donated Tickets Desk
    P.O. Box 861417
    Los Angeles, CA 90086-1417
  • By telephone - Call Audience Services at 323.850.2000. Business hours are Monday-Friday, 10:00AM-6:00PM. Please have your tickets handy. You will be asked to provide information from them, including the barcode numbers.

Your tickets must be received prior to the concert. Please note: the Box Office does not receive mail on weekends.

More info here.

Permalink

In accordance with “Safer at Home” orders by Governor Gavin Newsom, Los Angeles County, and Mayor Eric Garcetti to limit the spread of COVID-19, the following Walt Disney Concert Hall events have been canceled: 

Mar 20        Piatigorsky International Cello Festival: Haydn Concerto
Mar 21        Seth Parker Woods and Spencer Topel – ICED BODIES
Mar 21        Piatigorsky International Cello Festival: Schumann Concerto
Mar 22        Piatigorsky International Cello Festival: Adolphe Concerto
Mar 22        Piatigorsky International Cello Festival: Colburn Celebrity Recital
Mar 24        Ted Hearne’s Place
Mar 25        Pasadena Showcase House Youth Concert
Mar 27-29   Requiems: Fauré & Duruflé
Mar 31        Schubert & Adès
APR 1          Yefim Bronfman
APR 2-4       Adès Conducts Adès
APR 4          Symphonies for Youth   
APR 4          Music 101: Composer Spotlight – Mozart
APR 5          Wayne Shorter Celebration • Ambrose Akinmusire — Origami Harvest
APR 8          Boston Baroque
APR 9-11     Symphonie fantastique
APR 11        Symphonies for Youth
APR 11        Music 101: Composer Spotlight – Beethoven
APR 14        Marvels from Eastern Europe
APR 15        Chineke! Orchestra
APR 16-18   Prokofiev & Shostakovich
APR 19        Maria Schneider Orchestra • Anat Cohen Tentet
APR 21        Du Yun & David Bloom
APR 22        Colburn Orchestra
APR 24–26  The Planets
APR 26        Lang Lang
APR 30–May 3  Mälkki Conducts Sibelius
MAY 3         Les Violons du Roy
MAY 7–10   Sunday in the Park with George

Due the large number of concerts impacted, please don’t contact us immediately. Details on how to manage canceled tickets will be emailed to ticketholders next week. At that time, ticketholders will be able to:

  • Exchange your tickets for any 2019/20 or future 2020/21 season performance or LA Phil-presented concert in the Hollywood Bowl 2020 season. All exchange fees will be waived.
  • Exchange your tickets for a credit applied towards your account.
  • Donate your tickets and receive a tax deduction for the total ticket value.
  • Receive a refund for the value of your ticket.

For assistance, please contact us by email at information@laphil.org. Response may be slow due to high demand and staffing restrictions. We thank you for your patience and understanding as we also ensure our staff are safe and healthy.

We will continue to closely monitor updates and recommended guidance from our public health experts during this unprecedented and fast-developing situation. From all of us at the LA Phil, stay safe and healthy, and we look forward to inviting you back to experience great music soon.

 

Permalink

Group Sales

All you need is 10 people to qualify as a group.

Remember you can take advantage of our payment plan which will give you time to organize the required amount of people while reserving seats early for the best possible seating.  

Permalink

The 30% non-refundable deposit is required at time of booking and final payment is due 6 weeks prior to performance date. If you are booking within 6 weeks of your performance date then payment is due in full at time of booking.

We are happy to offer Schools, Churches, and City or County Park & Recreation Departments wishing to pay by check or requiring a manager’s approval to use a corporate credit card a two-week allowance for receipt of check or approval.

Permalink

Yes! Group orders can be adjusted until the time of final payment. However, once final payment has been received; there are no refunds or exchanges.

To make things even easier, you can add additional seats even after you have finalized your order with no additional service charge.

Permalink

Need to get a ticket to a friend? You can now send tickets via text message or email. Here are the steps:

• Navigate to the My Account Page

• Under My Upcoming Events, click VIEW TICKETS next to the event that you are attending

• Click SEND VIA TEXT or EMAIL MY TICKETS

• Click the checkbox next to the desired seats

• Input the desired phone number or email address

• Click SEND

NOTE: This process will invalidate any previous tickets that may have been sent (mail or electronic). Please use your most recently received tickets

Permalink

Group ticketing has a flat rate handling fee of $9.00 per performance, no per ticket handling fee.

Purchase 5 or more performances and the handling fee is waived on your 5th performance and every additional performance.

Permalink

Tickets can be located in any section as long as they add up to a minimum of 10 tickets.

Permalink

Absolutely and the best opportunity to purchase box seats will be our Special Concerts where availability is much more likely.

Permalink

For your convenience group tickets can be purchased over the phone, email, fax, and mail.

Order By Phone

Tel: 323.850.2050
Monday–Friday, 9am–5pm

Order By Fax

Fax: 323.850.2138

Order By Mail

Complete the order form and mail it with your payment to:
Hollywood Bowl Group Sales Department
P.O. Box 1951
Los Angeles, CA 90078-1951

Email Orders

Email newgroups@laphil.org for more information and to start your order!

 

Permalink

For your protection, only the group leader or someone you as the group leader has designated on your account can make adjustments. 

If you have someone that will be assisting you such as a co-chair, secretary/assistant, spouse, relative or co-worker and you would like them to be able to modify your seats or make a payment just give us their name and we will add them to your account. 

Permalink

We start printing tickets the day after the Box Office Opens for the season in May.  Tickets are printed once your account is finalized by performance date order. Final payment made at 6 weeks gets your tickets to you within 30 days of the concert.

Permalink

Definitely. The Hollywood Bowl has many options and it couldn’t be easier, you can purchase Parking, Park n Ride, Shuttle or Motor Coach parking with your Group Services Representative. 

Parking can be reserved along with your tickets when placing your group order.

We recommend purchasing Park and Ride and Shuttle tickets when you finalize your account as most likely you won’t know who is attending or where they are traveling from until then.

Permalink

Most concerts are 2 to 2 ½ hours, which typically includes a 20-minute intermission.

Permalink

Planning Your Visit

We are sad to share that, for the first time in its almost century-long history, the Hollywood Bowl will be silent this summer. In response to the latest guidance of public health officials and in an effort to protect our artists, audiences, staff, and community from the spread of COVID-19, we are canceling the 2020 season at the Hollywood Bowl. This includes LA Phil-presented concerts scheduled from June 6 through September 26.

Ticketholders to canceled events can donate their tickets; use the credit for a future LA Phil-produced concert at the Hollywood Bowl, Walt Disney Concert Hall, or The Ford; or request a refund. For assistance, please contact us by email at information@laphil.org, or by phone at 323 850 2000 between 10am and 6pm Monday through Friday. To avoid experiencing longer than normal wait times due to heavy phone volume, we encourage you to contact us by email.

The Hollywood Bowl is managed by the LA Phil, a non-profit organization supported by ticket sales and donations. The decision to cancel concerts is painful, as is the impact this crisis is having on our musicians, staff, and audiences. If you are able, please help us continue enriching lives through our music, YOLA and other learning and community programs by considering making a contribution to the LA Phil.

Permalink

Exterior park areas including parking lots are open 8am to 6pm.  The theater is currently closed to the public.

The Hollywood Bowl is owned and operated by Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation, and is jointly managed with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association.

Permalink

We have a casual dress code. Wear whatever's comfortable (but no bare feet, please!) It can get chilly later in the evening - bring a blanket or an extra jacket.

Permalink

You’re welcome to bring your own food to the Hollywood Bowl. Please see restrictions and rules below:

Alcohol
Bringing alcohol is dependent on the type of event you’re attending. For LA Phil-presented events, feel free to bring wine bottles, wine glasses and beer bottles inside. For Lease Events (concerts tagged with 'Special House Rules Apply'), however, alcohol isn’t permitted.

Containers

All containers, picnic baskets, and coolers must be able to fit under your seats or within your box. Containers, picnic baskets, and coolers measuring more than 15 inches wide, 15 inches high or 22 inches long won’t be allowed past the tickets gate.

The following are prohibited items for ALL EVENTS:

  • Regardless of the event, no kegs of any kind are allowed inside the Hollywood Bowl. Tailgating in the parking lots isn’t permitted either.
  • Weapons are not allowed. 
  • No cameras with detachable or extended lenses.
  • No form of camera stand (including monopods).
  • No selfie sticks.
  • No GoPros or audio/video recording devices.
  • No Drones.
  • No laser pointers or glow sticks.
  • No umbrellas (concerts are performed rain or shine).
  • No electronic devices such as iPads, tablets, and laptops.
  • No chairs.
  • No fireworks.
  • No frisbees.
  • No signs.
  • No beach balls.

The following, additional items are not permitted at Lease Events:

  • Alcohol and controlled substances are not permitted. You can purchase alcohol once you’re inside.
  • Glass (including drinking glasses) and aluminum cans aren’t permitted, regardless of content.
  • You can bring factory-sealed plastic bottles with non-alcoholic beverages – as long as they’re one liter or less.
  • Reusable liquid containers (such as Nalgene bottles) are permitted –  as long as they're empty. There are 3 water stations throughout the Hollywood Bowl.
Permalink

Please arrive at the theatre with enough time to take your seats before the scheduled performance. We suggest arriving at least one hour prior to your performance.

Visit our Getting Here page for directions, parking, public transportation and ride share, Park & Ride / Bowl Shuttle information and more. 

Permalink

By law (LACC 17.04.645), smoking is not permitted on the Hollywood Bowl grounds, except in designated areas. Violators are subject to removal. Smoking outside the smoking areas is considered a misdemeanor and could lead to arrest.  This policy includes electronic cigarettes and vaporizers.

Permalink

Lease Events are events produced by an outside promoter and not the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association. Lease Events are tagged with ‘Special House Rules Apply’ on our calendar and event pages. 

Visit our House Rules page for a list of prohibited items.

Permalink

Monday and all Lease Events: 90 minutes prior to start time;  

Tuesday/Thurs Classical series concerts: 2 hours prior;  

Wed. Jazz series: 2 hours prior;  

Sunday World Music series: 90 minutes prior;  

All other concerts (including non-subscription shows, as well as any Tues, Wed or Thurs concert *NOT* part of Classical or Jazz series): 2 hours prior

Permalink

Hollywood Bowl concerts go on “rain or shine”.  Umbrellas are not allowed, but ponchos are made available if it begins to rain during a concert.

Permalink