DJ Shadow, Macy Gray for LA World Festival

Hollywood Bowl goes global

DJ Shadow, Macy Gray for LA World Festival
DJ Shadow, Macy Gray, Underworld and Groove Armada are set to perform at this year's World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl.

The annual Sunday-night series, sponsored by LA radio station KCRW and the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association, brings renowned artists from all over the world to perform at the famous outdoor amphitheatre.

The series kicks off on June 24 with DJ Shadow and Cut Chemist, supported by West African ensemble Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars.

Macy Gray is set for August 26, supported by Brazilian Girls and Zap Mama on their only scheduled Southern California appearance.

Underworld will perform on September 9, supported by Paul Oakenfold.

The World Festival also features reggae nights, and continues throughout the summer with performances each Sunday night from notable world artists.

For a complete schedule and ticket information, visit Hollywoodbowl.org.

--By our Los Angeles staff.
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