Opera Under the Stars – Get Ready for LA Opera’s Simulcast

Mark Your Calendars. We’re presenting a free, live simulcast of Verdi’s Don Carlo starring Plácido Domingo and conducted by James Conlon, will be broadcast live in high-definition from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion to the big screen at El Cariso Community Regional Park in Sylmar, Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018.

Opera at the Beach (2015); Photo: Craig T. Mathew

Opera at the Beach (2015); Photo: Craig T. Mathew

If you’re looking to experience opera under the stars, this is your chance.

Here are some things to know before attending Opera in the Park.

1. It’s FREE.

Yes, that’s right. The broadcast is free! But make sure you let us know you’re coming. RSVP to get updates and tips. And plan to come early to get the best seats.

The venue open at 4 p.m. and the show starts at 6 p.m.

  1. Be Prepared for a Little Chill

Bring a sweater, blankets, or someone to snuggle with. Like most Southern California days, it’ll be warm until the sun sets, and then you’ll probably want something (or someone) to keep you warm.

  1. Bring a Chair or a Blanket to Sit On

Bring your own seating: blankets, low lawn seats, and cushions.

  1. Pack a Picnic or Plan to Pick Up Something On-Site

Food and beverages will be available for purchase.  Outside food and beverages are also allowed.

  1. What to Leave at Home

Grilling or cooking is prohibited. Avoid large coolers (handheld coolers are OK, but subject to search). No canopies, tents or sun umbrellas. Sorry, no pets. Smoking is not permitted in the Park.

LA Opera is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to the greater good.
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