Grizzly Bear to perform with LA Philharmonic

They co-headline one night at the Disney Hall

Grizzly Bear are set to give a one-night performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra in March.

The Brooklyn-based indie rockers will co-headline the event, which is set to take place March 1 at the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles.

The evening is designed to bring together orchestral and experimental rock, with the first half of the evening featuring performances of orchestral pieces by the Philharmonic that influenced Grizzly Bear‘s sound.


The second half of the evening features Grizzly Bear performing a full set including songs from their 2007 album ‘Yellow House’.

Tickets for the event go on sale February 2. For further information, visit

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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