Foothill Philharmonic committee offers rides to orchestra
Starting Sunday, January 9, the Foothill Philharmonic Committee will begin offering residents special roundtrip bus rides to witness performances from the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra at the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
At noon on January 9, the bus will pick up passengers at 875 E. Bonita Avenue, in front of the four-story building at Mt. San Antonio Gardens and then take them to the Los Angeles concert hall. The bus will then arrive in front of the concert hall, 111 S. Grand Avenue in Los Angeles, “in time for the pre-concert lecture.” Following the concert, the bus will depart the concert hall promptly at around 5 p.m.
If you can’t make the January 9 ride, more rides are scheduled to take place on January 30, March 6 and 27, April 24, and June 5.
The bus rides are open to anyone and tickets cost $25. The bus used for transporting residents is described as a “conformable Inland Empire Charter bus,” according to a flyer from Sharron Bentley. To register your spot on a bus or for more information about the rides, contact email@example.com.
According to Bentley’s flyer, “as per LAPhil requirements, each visitor must show proof of full vaccination, present an I.D. and wear a mask.” To view Walt Disney Concert Hall’s full list of COVID-19 guidelines, visit www.laphil.com. The Foothill Philharmonic Committee is an affiliate of the Los Angeles Philharmonic Committee.