Here’s What Happening This July at The Bowl

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As we dive into summer, our friends at The Hollywood Bowl want to make sure you’re entertained to the max, and that means pencilling in a couple of can’t-miss dates coming up this July.

First up, one of L.A.’s favorite summer traditions at the Hollywood Bowl returns July 2–4! With dozens of their chart-toppers becoming anthems of American youth—including “Surfin’ USA,” “I Get Around,” and “Fun, Fun, Fun”—The Beach Boys will light up the night with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra and their legendary fireworks!

Then on July 14-15, head to The Bowl for an evening of throwback dance vibes that are sure to keep you moving. Kool & The Gang have been starting parties around the world for decades, soundtracking good times and creating good vibes. Their massive hits “Get Down on It,” “Ladies Night,” “Hollywood Swinging,” and “Jungle Boogie” helped to define an era, and every time they come around, they bring the spirit of a very funky age with them. This is a “Celebration” you don’t want to miss.

Looking for something else to fit your fancy? Scroll down for the complete slate of shows coming up this July at The Hollywood Bowl.

July 2-4: July Fourth Fireworks Spectacular with The Beach Boys

July 6: Dudamel Conducts Falla and Ravel

July 7-9: Maestro of the Movies: John Williams with the LA Phil

July 11: Dudamel conducts Verdi’s Requiem

July 12: Charlie Wilson • En Vogue En Vogue

July 13: Ellington and Gershwin with Dudamel

July 14-15: Kool & The Gang • Village People

July 16: Sparks • They Might Be Giants

July 18: Estancia with Dudamel

July 19: Diana Krall • The String Queens

July 20: Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky with Dudamel

July 21: Café Tacvba with the LA Phil

July 23: Reggae Night XXI with Beres Hammond, Steel Pulse, and Third World (KCRW Festival)

July 25: Rhapsody in Blue

July 27: Pictures at an Exhibition

July 28-29: Quincy Jones’ 90th-Birthday Tribute: A Musical Celebration

July 30: Everybody Rise! A Sondheim Celebration

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