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Redlands Bowl, Redlands

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
4.8/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
The Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival story began in 1923 with the founding of the Redlands Community Music Association (RCMA) by a woman with a vision - Grace Stewart Mullen. Mrs. Mullen's vision was that "music is for everyone" therefore no admission is ever charged for a Redlands Bowl performance. The season includes symphonies, operas, dance programs, and a full-scale musical production. The Redlands Bowl also features a Young Artist competition where talented musicians from all over Southern California compete for a chance to perform on the Bowl stage. The Redlands Bowl is a treasured Southern California tradition.
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  • We attend regularly during the season. We miss very few performances. Sometimes it is something we don't care for and most of the time there is something we want to see and/or hear. This place has som...  read more »
  • Came to a few events here and most enjoyable and free. Hope to be back next year... What a great cross section of events. Thanks City of Redlands... 
  • We recently enjoyed a performance by the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra. We also saw the musical, "Oklahoma".Both were amazing; the lighting and acoustics are very good and it's a pleasant way of e...  read more »
  • Beautiful historic structure on well landscaped, nicely kept grounds. Free concert events in the summer festival series. The event I went to was wonderful. Parking was available nearby. There are snacks and treats available for purchase. Ushers and information tables to help you out. Full bathrooms available, clean facilities. Redlands Bowl is a great experience!
  • This is a great place to have a picnic and see a wonderful show. Can't wait to see Oklahoma next week.
  • One of the most popular pokestop areas in redlands
  • I'll be honest I spent most of my time here for Pok√©mon Go. There's three stops, all lured, and you can sit in the benches and catch 'em for days.
  • I got to see Oklahoma it was a real fun time. Plus it a great spot to find pokemon now too.
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