'Coco' Live-To-Film Concert Experience Is Coming To The Hollywood Bowl

Celebrate Diá de los Muertos at the Hollywood Bowl with the Oscar-winning Disney and Pixar film Coco!

The movie tells the story of Miguel, who dreams of becoming a musician, though his family has banned music. He ends up transported to the Land of the Dead, where he learns more about his great-grandmother’s anti-music stance.

The live-to-film concert experience will be held on November 8th and 9th with a star-studded cast, including some from the original cast.

Eva Longoria will host alongside Benjamin Bratt, who is the voice of Ernesto de la Cruz in the movie.

The cast includes Natalia Jimenez, Rudy Mancuso, Lele Pons, Carlos Rivera, and Alanna Ubach. You can also expect performances from Mariachi Divas and Miguel. Jaime Camil, the voice of Papa in the movie, and Alex Gonzalez, who is the voice of Miguel in the movie.

Tickets are available now on Ticketmaster!

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