The Playboy Jazz Festival at Hollywood Bowl!

May 26, 2015
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Get tickets to the Playboy Jazz Festival at the Hollywood Bowl! Jazz is a wonderful genre of music and it can be quite hard to fully describe the feeling you get when listening to great jazz music. Throughout the years it has been of particular importance in American culture and continues to be so today. If you love jazz music and if spending a night listening to live jazz sounds like a great way to spend your time, get ready for the 37th Annual Playboy Jazz Festival that is hitting the Hollywood Bowl this summer. The event will take place on Saturday, June 13th and Sunday, June 14th. Tickets for this fantastic event are now on sale.

This year, the theme of the Playboy Jazz Festival is to pay tribute to the late jazz artist Gerald Wilson.  Headliners for the show include Grammy award-winning jazz and R&B singer Ledisi, Herbie Hancock, Aloe Blacc, Wayne Shorter, Snarky Puppy, and Tower of Power. The jazz supergroup Our Point of View will also be playing at the festival. The group includes Derrick Hodge, Robert Glasper, Lionel Loueke, Kendrick Scott, Ambrose Akinmusire, and Marcus Strickland. Hosting for the third year in a row is comedian George Lopez, so get ready for this light and jovial affair.

The 37th Annual Playboy Jazz Festival will be taking place at the historic Hollywood Bowl. The venue has repeatedly been voted as the Best Major Outdoor Venue by Pollstar magazine. Located in the heart of the Hollywood Hills, guests are surrounded by lush trees and hills as they enjoy the warm summer nights. Soak in the beauty of the area by staying in a budget-friendly hotel with affordable suites near the Hollywood BowlTickets for this event are now on sale and range in price depending on the location of your seat to the stage. Tickets can be purchased at the official Hollywood Bowl website or at the official Ticketmaster website.

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