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The Hottest Ticket in Town

The Starlight Bowl’s Star Spangled Salute to America has tickets available!  Do not wait until the last minute, you may miss your opportunity to see the show!

Grass Seats are sold out, but check out what is still available!  Starlight Bowl will NOT be selling tickets at the gate!

  • Lower Reserved Seating: $20/$17*
  • Upper Reserved Seating: $15/$13*
  • *Senior or disabled
  • Children 2 and under free
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    Remember you can buy your tickets ahead of time for these shows also:

    Stone Soul and The Sounds of the Supremes-Sunday, July 12

    Bella Donna and The Answer-Sunday, July 19

    Colin Hay from “Men at Work” and Cecilia Noel & The Wild Clams-Sunday, July 26

    The Fab Four-Sunday, August 2

    Big Bad Voodoo Daddy-Sunday, August 9

    Gin Blossoms with this will Sting-Sunday, August 16

    See you there!

    4th of July Celebration, less than a week away!

    Get your tickets now through the website or come in to the Community Services Building, 150 North Third Street, Third Floor. Burbank, 91502!

    Be ready for The Burbank Philharmonic Orchestra POPS Concert.   Music by Gershwin, John Williams, and Souse. 

    Swing Kings will be jamming with rockin’ swing to the finesse of traditional 40’s Big Band, Latin, RandB, Disco, Rock and Funk.

    Enjoy the aerial fireworks show after the musical entertainment!

    We will see you there!

    Can you be “discovered” at the Starlight Bowl?

    Annette Funicello, born October 22, 1942, in Utica, New York.  According to the Studio, Walt spotted her in a performance of Swan Lake at the Starlight Bowl in Burbank (just for the record, her dancing teacher insists it was The Nutcracker Suite), and she was given a two week test assignment as a Mouseketeer.  “Black hair, brown eyes. singer,  and dancer.”  Concerned that her last name might be difficult for audiences to remember, Annette considered changing her name to Annette Turner. Walt vetoed the idea, telling her that if she was talented, the name wouldn’t matter. Annette was the last of the original Mouseketeers to be hired, and would remain under contract to the Studio until 1970.

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