Another Labor Day has come and gone. School is back in session. The sun takes her nightly bow somewhat earlier now. Still, for us Angelenos, summer lingers well into fall. We’re lucky like that.
Here at the Ford, sitting under the stars and experiencing all that genuine L.A. has to offer continues through our final show of the season on September 13.
And, do we have something pretty spectacular lined up! We don’t use that lightly but we know in the hands of choreographer Danny Ezralow, the man behind such spectacle as the Sochi Olympics opening ceremony and The Beatles LOVE by Cirque du Soleil, the Ford season will end with a quite a bang!
Ezralow has created two Ford-specific pieces that will have their world premiere on September 13. I wish I could tell you more but he wants them to be a surprise. Suffice it to say, it is a one-time experience unlike anything you have ever seen at the Ford.
If that isn’t special enough for you, think about this: September 13 is the last show to be performed on our current stage. Construction is scheduled to begin later this month to provide much-needed improvements that will enhance the Ford experience for both the performers and for you, our guests.
Why not treat yourself to one more show at the Ford before summer officially ends? You might just walk away with more than a magical evening under the stars.