Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders

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Hollywood Bowl

2301 N Highland Ave · Los Angeles, CA

How to find us

Glenn, Char, and Sheri have reserved a bench at "Picnic Area 7".Picnic area 7 is at the top, near-ish to our seats. From the main entrance, take 3 escalators up and look to right. You have to scan your ticket to get in the venue to get to that area.

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Details

Let's meet up for our yearly potluck picnic at the Hollywood Bowl! We've had some fun ones for Depeche Mode, Blondie, and others, but this time, let's have one before the Chrissie Hynde show! She'll be playing some old Pretenders favorites and her newer solo stuff with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

My friend already got me a ticket, so I won't be able to collect money and coordinate getting seats with you, but if people on here are interested, please post on the message board, and maybe the group can coordinate a way for someone to collect money and buy all of the tickets, so that members can sit next to each other. Tickets start at $17 and up. There will probably be empty rows of bleachers in front of the $17 seats if the show doesn't sell out at the humongous venue. If you end up getting $17 tix, my friends and I are at: Section X1, row 3, seats 10, 12, 14, & 16.

Link to tickets: https://www.hollywoodbowl.com/events/performances/570/2019-07-06/chrissie-hynde/

Info. about the actual show:
Since forming The Pretenders in 1978, Chrissie Hynde has influenced the world of rock with her distinctive sound. The singer, songwriter, and guitarist is known for some of the most recognized songs of the 20th century, including “Back on the Chain Gang” and “I’ll Stand By You.” Also an ardent animal rights campaigner and accomplished painter, Hynde makes her Hollywood Bowl debut in a world premiere event performing with a full orchestra, showcasing tracks from her extraordinary new, jazz-dub album, Valve Bone Woe. The album was recorded by acclaimed producers Marius de Vries and Eldad Guetta, it features songs by The Beach Boys, Nick Drake, Antônio Carlos Jobim, and Ray Davies, among others. The show will feature songs from Valve Bone Woe and a selection of Pretenders favorites.