FAQs

Below are the most commonly asked questions for purchasing tickets and visiting the starlight bowl. If you are unable to find the answer to your question please go to our contact page and fill out the form.

  • Tickets for the City of Burbank Summer Concert Series can be purchased online at www.tix4us.com or in person M-F 9am-7pm & Sat 9am-1pm at the Betsy Lueke Creative Arts Center located at 1100 W. Clark Ave. For ticket sales information, please call 818.238.5397.
  • Tickets for Special Engagement concerts can be purchased online at www.tix4us.com. Ticket sales sites may differ per concert. Please refer to the Events page for details.

2024 Season Ticket Prices

JULY 4th Prices

  • Box Seats  $160
  • Reserved Lower $31/$23*
  • Reserved Upper $25/$20*
  • Grass $21/$15*
  • ADA Seating $15

*Senior/Disabled/Military – current active members of the US military

TICKET PRICES FOR 5 CITY CONCERTS EXCEPT JULY 4TH

  • Box Seats  $600
  • Premium Seats $130
  • Park Lover $85
  • Adults $20
  • Seniors (60+) $15
  • Children (3-12 yrs) $15

  • Parking for City of Burbank Summer Concert Series is $12 (CASH ONLY)
  • Parking for Special Engagement Concerts can vary per concert. Please refer to Events page for parking pricing.

The Starlight Bowl’s garbage cans have been upgraded to Zero Waste Stations giving guests more opportunities to recycle more and waste less. Each Zero Waste Station has Compost, Recycle and Trash bins with an attendant to answer your questions. Just separate your stuff into the following categories:

  • Compost: (all food scraps, liquids, dirty paper napkins, uncoated paper plates, coffee cups from San Marco, wood stir sticks, compostable utensils, waxed paper, and greasy pizza boxes, etc…) (tip: just tap out food and recycle the container)
  • Recycle: (bottles, cans, beverage cups and food trays, clean/dry paper, and plastic food containers that have been wiped out)

Landfill: anything that cannot be composted or recycled (Styrofoam, plastic utensils, condiment packets, plastic ramekins, juice boxes, straws, coated paper plates, coffee cups, diapers, baby wipes, and plenty more)!

  • The City of Burbank, along with many other cities and corporations around the country, is committed to reducing landfill waste by 90%. Currently the Burbank community recycles 64% of waste created. There is still room for improvement!
  • The Starlight Bowl is doing its part with composting and recycling options for guests and vendors. The challenge is that patrons are allowed to bring their own food and drink which means there is very little control over what type of packaging waste shows up.
  • The Starlight Bowl asks you to take a stand to reduce waste where you live, work and play. Replace disposable plates, cups, utensils, bags and napkins with durables that keep on saving. Take a few seconds to separate recyclables from waste and drop discards at the Zero Waste stations. Build a better world!