The Hollywood Bowl and John Anson Ford Amphitheatre concert season is upon us again. As always, it is requested that the pilots avoid flying over the venues or through the Cahuenga Pass during concert show times.
The Bowl area is defined visually with TWO WHITE SEARCHLIGHT BEAMS CROSSED IN THE SKY ABOVE THE STAGE and WHITE STROBE LIGHTS ON THE GROUND during the time period and days listed above.
The Ford Amphitheatre is defined either by ALL THE LIGHTS MENTIONED or by ONE SINGLE STROBE LIGHT (if the Bowl is not operating concurrently).
Pilots are asked to remain further EAST, closer to the I-5 rather than Lake Hollywood or the Cahuenga Pass since both locations are adjacent to the Ford Amphitheatre and the Hollywood Bowl. There is also the Golden State, I-5 Transition (North or South bound) if unfamiliar.
The Hollywood Bowl and the John Anson Ford are located five miles southeast of Bob Hope – Burbank, CA (BUR) Airport and 15 miles north/northeast of Los Angeles International Airport, (LAX) near the intersection of airways V186, V459, and V201.