We Can Survive 2016 Set Times and FAQs

The 4th Annual We Can Survive hits the Hollywood Bowl this Saturday, October 22nd. Get everything you need to know about the show below.

Set Times (PT) Subject to Change
5:00PM: Doors
6:35PM: Charlie Puth
7:05PM: G-Eazy
7:30PM: Meghan Trainor
8:00PM: OneRepublic
8:30PM: Pitbull
9:00PM: Ariana Grande
9:30PM: Bruno Mars

Live broadcast with AMP Radio personalities from 3-5pm at the Museum Patio.

Posting about the show? Use the tags @971AMPRadio on Instagram, Twitter & Facebook and use #WeCanSurvive.

Shapchat fans should follow for backstage exclusives: @AMPRadioLA

Venue policies

All patrons are subject to search, and all items may be inspected by security upon entry into the theater. Gates open two (2) hours prior to showtime at the Bowl (subject to change). No tailgating permitted.

All patrons, regardless of age, must have a ticket and sit in their ticketed location. These concerts are not recommended for young children.

Not permissible in the Theatre

  • Alcohol and/or controlled substances. You may purchase alcohol inside.
  • Umbrellas and chairs.
  • Cameras, audio, and video recording equipment.
  • Glass (including drinking glasses) and aluminum cans, regardless of content.

The following are not allowed

  • Picnic baskets and coolers no larger than 15″ by 22″ long by 15″ high.
  • Factory sealed non-alcoholic plastic bottles, one liter in size or less.
  • Re-useable containers (such as Tupperware or sipper bottles) holding food or non-alcoholic beverages.
  • Blankets or seat cushions.


Click here for parking information.


By law (LACC 17.04.645), smoking is not permitted on the Hollywood Bowl grounds, except in designated areas. Violators are subject to removal. Smoking in any other areas could lead to arrest and would be considered a misdemeanor. Please refer to the map below for the areas at the Bowl designated for smoking.

Cameras and Recording Equipment

Flash photography, professional camera or recording equipment and the following items are prohibited:

  • Cameras with detachable lenses
  • Any form of camera stand (monopods included)
  • Selfie sticks
  • Audio/video recording devices
  • Laser pointers
  • Drones

Please also see the information on their Theater Policies page.


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