Michael Giacchino, the composer behind 2009’s “Star Trek” and its followup “Star Trek: Into Darkness,” promotes his upcoming July appearance at the Hollywood Bowl for a special “live-to-picture” performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Giacchino, who has led this series of orchestral events around the world, said he’s been pushing to have the Hollywood Bowl as one of the locations, considering it was the first venue he visited after moving to Los Angeles.
The Hollywood Bowl has been a part of the Los Angeles entertainment scene since 1922, and became even more popular after its renovation more than a decade ago.
The facility can seat up to 17,500 people, and Giacchino would love to fill it up for both performances, which take place July 8 and July 9.
Ticket prices were not yet available on the Hollywood site, and they are expected to go on sale beginning May 1. For details, visit HollywoodBowl.com.
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