Summers in LA just wouldn’t be the same without this chill spot for symphonies under the stars, and big-name acts from Baaba Maal to...
Hollywood Bowl Museum
It’s all about the vibes here. The Soundscape on the bottom floor allows you to sing into a Spectrogram and watch a moving image of your...
Hollywood Heritage Museum
Hollywood’s first feature-length film, Cecil B DeMille’s The Squaw Man, was shot in this building in 1913–14, originally set at the...
Every seat is within 100ft of the stage at this up-close-and-personal outdoor amphitheater. With the Hollywood Hills as a backdrop,...
Yamashiro Farmers Market
The best farmers market views in LA are yours from Yamashiro’s spectacular perch. In addition to organic produce, expect miso cod tacos,...
Lonely Planet review
This historic natural amphitheater is the LA Phil's summer home and also a stellar place to catch big-name rock, jazz, blues and pop acts. Come early for a preshow picnic (alcohol is allowed).