Catch singer Blake Shelton for an evening of country music under the open sky at the Hollywood Bowl on Oct. 4. This fall concert in Los Angeles will be the second-to-last stop on Shelton's Ten Times Crazier Tour of North America. The four-time ACM Award winner will likely play songs spanning his 13-year career, but he'll place a focus on those from his latest album, "Based on a True Story..."
Hollywood Bowl Seating Information
For the closest view of the stage where Blake Shelton will be performing on Oct. 4, chose a seat in the deluxe Pool Circle, which includes Sections A-E. The next seating area consists of the Garden Boxes, followed by the Terrace Boxes. The Ramp Boxes are located on either side of the Garden Level. The rest of the Hollywood Bowl seating is comprised of wooden benches in the Promenade, which is divided into Sections D-X2. Sections G1, H and J1, in the middle of the Promenade are referred to as Super Seats, thanks to their stadium-style seating.
Hollywood Bowl General Information
To ensure a high-quality experience for all guests, you are asked to turn off electronic devices and keep noise to a minimum when Blake Shelton is performing. Flash photography, professional camera equipment, and video recorders are not permitted, but you may bring food, drinks, and small coolers to the concert on Oct. 4. Be aware that all individuals and belongings are subject to search upon entry. If you arrive late, you will not be seated until the next program break.
Hollywood Bowl Parking Information
Blake Shelton concert parking is available in Lots A, B, and C, but space is extremely limited. It is recommended that you arrive to the Saturday night show using the Metro bus, the Bowl Shuttle, or Park & Ride.
Hollywood Bowl Gate Times
The Hollywood Bowl gates will open around 4:30 p.m. PST on Oct. 4.