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Hollywood Bowl’s Full Summer Schedule | Mitski, Les Miz, Marvel, ’90s Disney, & More | 2024

Get ready to groove under the star-studded Los Angeles sky because the Hollywood Bowl is gearing up for another epic summer of music! Brace yourselves, as the Los Angeles Philharmonic just dropped the bombshell of their Summer 2024 schedule, and it’s hotter than the sun itself! Despite a stormy spring, locals can now dive into daydreams of sunny days and sultry nights filled with the magic of live performances. Imagine romantic evenings as Gustavo Dudamel and his orchestra serenade you, not once, but nine times, including enchanting evenings with Natalia Lafourcade and opera sensations Diana Damrau and Jonas Kaufmann. But wait, there’s more! Zubin Mehta is making a legendary comeback after 30 years, Marvel Studios is premiering their mind-blowing Infinity Saga Concert Experience, and Hollywood Bowl is proudly introducing fresh faces like Laufey, Mitski, and the six-time Latin Grammy-winner Camilo. And if that’s not enough to make your heart sing, buckle up for a star-studded lineup featuring the likes of Beck, Chaka Khan, T-Pain, and the iconic Roots Picnic West Coast extravaganza! Jazz aficionados, rejoice, as the Hollywood Bowl Jazz Festival makes a triumphant return with Jodeci, Kamasi Washington, and Robert Glasper leading the charge. Plus, get ready to celebrate Henry Mancini‘s 100th birthday and bid adieu to the season with a bang at the July Fourth Fireworks Spectacular featuring Harry Connick Jr. and the sensational Boyz II Men. But perhaps the most anticipated event of the summer is the historic reunion of Herbie Hancock and the original players from the Head Hunters recording for a once-in-a-lifetime jazz spectacle! With tributes, sing-alongs, and fireworks galore, the Hollywood Bowl promises a summer you’ll never forget!

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Your Guide to the L.A. Times Food Bowl 2023

It’s that time of year again: summer is sizzling and the seventh annual L.A. Times Food Bowl, presented by City National Bank, returns! The Times has curated a full month of can’t-miss events, celebrating the best of L.A.’s diverse and dynamic culinary scene with the Gold Award, named after iconic food critic Jonathan Gold, plus Times food critic Bill Addison’s Restaurant of the Year, and L.A.’s favorite backlot food festival, Night Market at the legendary Paramount Pictures Studios. We go every year and not only we were incredibly lucky to have met the late, great Mr. Gold, the festival always offers ample opportunities to meet all of your favorite chefs, winemakers, brewers, and occasionally celebrities and perhaps even the Los Angeles mayor. But the best part of the festival is always being surrounded by so many foodies and Los Angeles culinary connoisseurs. The vibe is never off and always on at any given Food Bowl soirée.

It’s a delicious and decadent festival celebrating the city’s diverse food scene, featuring the best of local eateries and world-renowned culinary talent through dining events, special chef collaborations, the weekend-long Night Market festival, and other food-inspired events across Los Angeles. Mix and mingle under the stars at the kick-off bash to this mouthwatering month of food at the Food Bowl Launch Party on the gorgeous Lemon Grove restaurant rooftop with 360-degree views of all of Tinseltown. The launch party will bring the food and beverage industry together for an exclusive night of cocktails and bites with some of L.A.’s best chefs, brought to you by Singapore Airlines. Most events sell out, so read on for all the highlights of our city’s annual celebration of all things culinary and all things Los Angeles and do no wait to buy tickets!

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LA Times Food Bowl’s Night Market at Paramount Pictures Studios this Weekend

This weekend The Los Angeles Times Food Bowl brings back Night Market to the Paramount Pictures Studios backlot for three days of exclusive gastronomic adventures and experiences that will highlight distinct aspects of food culture in Southern California. On September 23-25, Night Market will feature all-inclusive food and drink tastings, cooking and mixology demonstrations, wine seminars, and more from the world-class culinary artists behind 50 of the city’s top restaurants. Feel the heat at Friday night’s Smoked Soirée, celebrate L.A.’s diverse restaurant scene at Saturday Night Flavor and eat your way through L.A. at the coveted Backlot Brunch on Sunday. Don’t miss these one-of-a-kind events! Tickets are available here. We’ll be there on Saturday and Sunday and can’t wait to see you! Read on for event details, demonstration details, and to find out if your favorite restaurants and chefs will be in attendance this weekend!

TASTING PARTICIPANTS

71Above • Acqua Panna • Angelini Alimentari • Angelini Osteria • Angry Egret Dinette • Banh Oui • Bar Moruno • Bari • bb.q Chicken USA • Caboco • Casa Vega • Delinquente Wine Co. • El Ruso • Eszett • Evil Cooks • Frankly Organic Vodka • Heavy Handed • Highly Likely Cafe • III Mas BBQ • Irv’s Burgers • Jewel • Kobee factory • Kogi • Little Dom’s • Lunasia Dim Sum House • Macheen at Milpa Grille • Makers Mark • MANEATINGPLANT • Maple Block Meat Co. • Mijenta Tequila • Mini Kabob • MÍRAME • Momed • Moo’s Craft Barbecue • Otium (VIP Only) • Otoño • Piccadilly Grace • Piccalilli • Poppy + Rose • RiceBox • River Street BBQ • Ronan • S. Pellegrino • San Marino Café & Marketplace • SLAB Barbecue • Standing’s Butchery • Stella Artois • STK Steakhouse • Tabula Rasa Bar • The Arbour • The Bad Jew • Tuk Tuk Thai • Valerie Confections • Yakiniku Osen

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The Taste LA Pays Tribute to Jonathan Gold This Weekend at Paramount Studios

The Los Angeles Times’ The Taste is back this Labor Day weekend at Paramount Studios in Hollywood for 3 evenings of amazing food, wine, spirits and chef experiences, plus unique culinary pop-ups and collaborations. And, yes, there are a few tickets still available.

Jonathan Gold has always been a big part of the food and wine festival, but this year The Taste will pay tribute to our beloved restaurant critic through special programming at each event, celebrating the life of the man whose passion for food, accessible voice and unparalleled insights won him a well-deserved Pulitzer and a permanent place in Los Angeles history. Several restaurants at this year’s #TasteLA will be serving dishes in his honor, including Faith and Flower, Herringbone, Pacific Dining Car, and Chiguacle Sabor Ancestral de Mexico.

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Museum of Ice Cream Opens in Los Angeles!

Fantasy comes to life at the Museum of Ice Cream! The museum will be opening its doors this Saturday, April 22 in the Arts District of Los Angeles. The wildly popular New York location sold 30,000 tickets in a matter of days, leading to a wait-list of more than 200,000 people. So, needless to say, get your tickets now! And go hungry!

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