Visiting the Hollywood Bowl just got a lot easier this summer!

If you’ve ever attended a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, you probably know that while the experience can be magical, getting there (and getting back home!) can be a challenging. The gridlock is real, and parking is expensive … that is, when you can find a spot.

No one understands these frustrations better than the hardworking staff at the Hollywood Bowl. That’s why, beginning this season, we’re making it easier for you to get the make the most of your time at the storied LA landmark. 

We’re pleased to announce that we’ve partnered with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association to launch its first-ever integrated ticketing pilot program. 

What does that mean? Glad you asked. Starting today, just in time for the summer concert season, you’ll be able to purchase a GoMetro Round-Trip Pass for $3.50, valid on all our buses and trains. When you buy your concert tickets, you’ll be able to purchase Metro transit passes in the same transaction, resulting in an event ticket and a transit pass. All you need to do is scan the digital barcode on your phone against the TAP validator. Voila!  

Don’t forget that you’ll also be able ride the Hollywood Bowl shuttle for FREE from the B Line at Hollywood/Highland station from two and a half hours before showtime and beginning 20 minutes after concerts end.   

We hope to see you at the Hollywood Bowl this summer! Now, it’s easier than ever to leave your car at home.  

Additional trip planning information is available at metro.net/hollywoodbowl. 

Categories: Transportation News

3 replies

  1. How difficult would it be to add a Station at the Bowl? There certainly is enough room. After all, the Bus Island used to be the Pacific Electric Right of Way before they entered and exited the 101 Hollywood Freeway.

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