On Oct. 9, The Weeknd's brief King of the Fall Tour will make its only stop in Los Angeles, and fans that attend this Hollywood Bowl concert will get a taste of this Canadian musician live on stage. Appearing alongside Los Angeles-area artists Jhene Aiko and Schoolboy Q, The Weeknd will deliver an amazing evening of music to his California fans during just one of three West Coast tour stops. This trio of rising stars is known for testing the boundaries of R&B and rap, reshaping the rules and defying expectations to create hauntingly powerful music, and you can experience it all live at this historic outdoor venue.
Hollywood Bowl Seating Information
The closest seats to the stage for The Weeknd Los Angeles concert will be located in the Pool Level's Sections A-E. Various boxes also provide a slightly more private seating arrangement in the Garden and Terrace Levels. There are also boxes to the side of the stage in the Ramp and Side Boxes on either side of the stage. If you want stadium-style seating, look to the three sections of the Super Seat Level (Sections G1, H, and J1). The remainder of the Hollywood Bowl seating is made up of wooden benches in Sections F1-V2.
Hollywood Bowl General Information
You are free to bring your own food and drinks to The Weeknd Hollywood Bowl show, but large coolers, containers, and picnic baskets are not permitted. You may bring reusable containers, wine bottles, and wine glasses to the show. All guests over the age of two must possess a ticket to enter the venue. Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside of the seating areas.
Hollywood Bowl Parking Information
The Hollywood Bowl offers on-site parking in four lots, but spaces are extremely limited. The on-site parking is all stacked, so early exit is not permitted for anyone who chooses to park at the Hollywood Bowl. Additional transit options, like shuttles and park and ride services, are available for fans that wish to avoid driving.
Hollywood Bowl Gate Times
You should be able to make your way inside the venue starting at 5:30 p.m. PST, two hours before the concert's scheduled start time.