Pixar’s ‘Coco’ Comes to Life at the Hollywood Bowl – Performances From a Live Orchestra & Real Singers (Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach & more)

Pixar’s Coco is set to come to life for one weekend (Nov 8-9) at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.
Coco Live at Hollywood Bowl

A live performance of Coco? Go on, we’re listening. A performance featuring a live orchestra and actors? You have our attention. All of this and a viewing of the movie happening at the same time blending the stage and screen into one experience? OK, where and when is this — we want in?!

For one weekend only (November 8-9, 2019 at 8:00 PM PT), Coco will come to life at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. Although the official press release (full release with interviews from PR Newswire is below) notes that tickets go on sale Friday, September 13 at Noon PT, it should be noted that there are many presales which start tomorrow, Tuesday, September 10, so take a look and get your tickets early.

PRESALES

Tickets on sale September 10 at 9:00 AM Pacific Time

Tickets on sale September 10 at 12:00 PM Pacific Time

  • Live Nation Presale
  • Live Nation Mobile App Presale
  • American Express Presale

CALL-OUTS

Another thing we spotted when looking at the list of live performers is that Benjamin Bratt and Eva Longoria are listed as co-hosts for the event. We’re not sure if this means that Benjamin will be performing as well (he voiced Ernesto de la Cruz), or solely co-hosting.

Additionally, when Coco was in theaters, Anthony Gonzalez performed the voice of Miguel, but, it appears that his brother, Alex will take his place in voicing Miguel. (We assume this is because Anthony’s voice has changed as he’s grown up since voicing the character.)

One of the most exciting notes that we saw is that Mama Imelda herself, Alanna Ubach, will be performing on stage — wow, what a night this will be for guests.

Let us know by leaving a comment below if you plan on attending and how you’ll get tickets.

Coco at Hollywood Bowl Poster

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 9, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Disney and Pixar’s Coco will be brought to life on stage for the first time ever this November at the Hollywood Bowl for one weekend only – Friday, November 8th and Saturday, November 9th. The spectacular event in Los Angeles will include an all-star lineup of special guests including Benjamin Bratt, Eva Longoria, Carlos Rivera, Miguel, Alanna Ubach, Alex Gonzalez, Jaime Camil, Lele Pons, Rudy Mancuso and Natalia Jimenez who will appear throughout the evening as the beloved film plays on the Bowl’s movie screen accompanied by a full, live orchestra. Mariachi Divas will also entertain the audience with traditional Mariachi music throughout the night. Tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, September 13th at 12pm PT at Ticketmaster.com.

Conductor Sarah Hicks will lead the full orchestra performing Oscar®-winning composer Michael Giacchino’s original score along with special guests performing the film’s songs including Academy Award®-winner for Original Song “Remember Me,” as well as “Un Poco Loco,” “The World Es Mi Familia,” and many more.

Coco Live in Concert at the Hollywood Bowl will transform the legendary venue into the Land of the Dead with special pre-show activities. Day of the Dead costumes are encouraged.

Mousetrappe, the award-winning immersive design agency and media studio, returns to create state-of-the-art digital projection imagery on the shell of the iconic Hollywood Bowl. Earlier this year, Mousetrappe also created imagery for Disney’s The Little Mermaid Live in Concert at the Hollywood Bowl.

“I’m very excited to join this incredible group of exceptional talent, in the city that I’m from, to bring this very special movie and message to life,” said Miguel. “The idea of celebrating our ancestors is very dear to my heart, especially after the passing of my grandparents.”

“It is such an honor to be a part of this monumental celebration at the Bowl,” said Alanna Ubach. “Love to my beautiful family and friends watching!”

“Mis raíces latinas son mi orgullo y celebrarlo sumando mi voz a la música de Coco en el Hollywood Bowl es un honor,” said Natalia Jimenez.

“Coco is my heart, it means everything to me. It’s ancestors, family, music, love, culture, traditions, dreams, and passion. Coco is everything that inspires, connects, and makes the world a better place. It’s a unique film,” said Alex Gonzalez. “The Hollywood Bowl is a very special place where we can celebrate and share our love and appreciation for music and Coco! It’s a huge honor and privilege to be a part of this beautiful performance at the Hollywood Bowl. I am so excited, can’t wait!”

Felipe Fernandez del Paso serves as director of Coco Live in Concert. Fernandez del Paso has directed theater and film, and is also a production designer, set designer and writer. He received an Oscar® nomination for Best Production Design for the 2003 film, “Frida.”

Amy Tinkham is Creative Consultant for Coco Live in Concert. Most recently she served as Creative Director for Aerosmith’s “Deuces are Wild” Las Vegas residency and James Taylor’s Caesars Palace residency. She also directs the Dancing with the Stars and America’s Got Talent Live tours. She is currently working with Franco Dragone on a new show in China.

The concert is produced by Disney Concerts and Live Nation/Andrew Hewitt & Bill Silva Presents, a team who has performed together several highly acclaimed live to film events at the Hollywood Bowl including Disney’s Beauty and the Beast in Concert starring Zooey Deschanel and Kelsey Grammer as well as Disney’s The Little Mermaid starring Lea Michele and Harvey Fierstein.

Pixar Post — T.J.

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