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The Hollywood Bowl 2020 cancels the summer season – variety

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As expected, the Hollywood Bowl has officially canceled the summer season, the Los Angeles Times reported for the first time in nearly a century-long history.

L.A. Representatives from Philharmonic, which produces most concerts at the Bowl and also leases space for outdoor events, did not immediately confirm the cancellation or respond to requests for comment. The Times did not mention the source of the news in its story, but Times reporter Jessica Gelb tweeted that the newspaper had received the news exclusively.

The countdown to an announcement by LA Phil has become inevitable, with the group seeking to cancel the entire season rather than the entire drawn-out season, once California Governor Gavin News, made it clear he is not resuming concerts. State before next year.

News that the Baul announcement was imminent became clear when Brandi Carlyle, headlined on the official opening night of the June 13 season, campaigned last week on Twitter to run a list of cancellations of all his summer events except Baul. Which he said would come this week.

Phil seemed surprised to see the timing of the Times report. As of noon, Bowl’s website still lists the active dates for the shawl start after May 29th, when Daryl Hall and John Oates were scheduled to play. The status of Bob Dylan’s June 18 show was simply “canceled” when he called for his full 2020 tour on Tuesday. Concerts such as the Playboy Jazz Festival, June 6-7, City Dan June, spectacular photographs with the Beach Boys on July 4, and dozens of shows outside of it were still listed as breaking the Times news.

No refund information has been released for ticket holders. This story will be updated as details are revealed.

On April 6, Philharmonic canceled all remaining shows at Walt Disney Hall during its spring season, which will run until early June, but left the fate of the Bowl Orchestral and Pop Show to open for the summer.

Before Dylan left his tour this week, several other artists scheduled for the Bowl this summer had already postponed or canceled their entire tour due to the coronavirus epidemic, including Alanis Morisset, Andrea Boselli, Lady Antebellum, Halsi and Ozzy Osborne.

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