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When the famous "Hollywood" sign fell into disrepair in 1978, various entertainers agreed to buy a letter for $27,777.77. Gene bought the first "L."

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News Archive: 2007

July 4th Fireworks Spectacular
Los Angeles Philharmonic & Riders In The Sky
At the Hollywood Bowl

Monday, July 2, 7:30PM
Tuesday, July 3, 7:30PM
Wednesday, July 4, 7:30PM

Picnics, fireworks, and the best in American music! This year, the Hollywood Bowl celebrates the West, honoring famous American cowboys and two of our greatest film stars on their 100th anniversaries: Gene Autry and John Wayne. Joining in are America's greatest singing cowboys, Riders In The Sky, who'll delight and entertain as only they can — western style! It's the perfect Fourth for the whole family.

Concerts at the Hollywood Bowl are a Southern California Summertime tradition that you must experience first hand! It's customary to picnic on the grounds of the Bowl before the show. Folks can bring their own – and we've seen everything from gourmet eats with crystal and linens to a bucket of chicken and the sleeve of your shirt! You can also buy a tasty meal at the Bowl.

Everyone who comes to the Hollywood Bowl, whether you are sitting in the Box Seats or the Cheap Seats, has an amazing concert experience. All three nights of this series with Riders In The Sky will feature a fireworks finale. This event is sponsored in part by the Autry National Center.


Riders in the Sky
at the Hollywood Bowl

Hollywood Bowl
2301 N. Highland Avenue
Hollywood, CA 90028
(323) 850-2000

Monday, July 2, 7:30PM
Tuesday, July 3, 7:30PM
Wednesday, July 4, 7:30PM

How to Buy Tickets

By Phone
You may purchase tickets in advance by phoning the Museum at: (323) 667-2000, ext. 252.

Online
You may purchase tickets online through the Autry National Center Website.
July 6, 2006 – Mexicali Rose (1939)
July 13, 2006 – In Old Monterey (1939)
July 20, 2006 – South of the Border (1939)
July 27, 2006 – Down Mexico Way (1941)

At the Ticket Office
Tickets may also be purchase in person on the day of the event. Subject to availablity; the events may be sold out.



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