Hollywood Bowl Music for Kids-this summer

My friend Tricia Graup told me about something she took her 2 girls to at the Hollywood Bowl today and wanted to know if I had heard of it. She was SHOCKED she had beaten me to the punch (as was I!).  I think we are always looking for something to do with our kids that is fun for us as well but enriching for them, especially in the hot summer. And what is better than music (and arts + crafts) at the famous Hollywood Bowl?

Summer Sounds at the Hollywood Bowl features musicians, the neighborhood they reflect and the world music that informs them. This is sure to get your kids into all kind of music so they can become subscribes to the LA Phil and the Bowl concert series-just kidding.  This year children will be treated to cultural sounds from around our very own city, traveling from East Los Angeles (ending tomorrow), to Crenshaw and the Fairfax District.

Performances are held Mon.-Fri. at 10:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m so you can be home for nap time! Admission: $7.00 per person. Fine Arts Outdoor Studio is an art workshop based on the week’s theme and is available at 10:00 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. for an additional cost of $5.00 per child. The Latin session starts July 19-30 and the Yiddish session starts August 2-13th (the one I’m going to go to). Let me know if you want to go together.

Summer Sounds Photo: Hollywood Bowl



  1. Tracy Mathalon says:

    When are you going? Email me…maybe ill join you. xo


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