Duran Duran gets Bowled Over: Three nights at the Hollywood Bowl for the British new romantic mega stars, and that still might be enough. After a rough spell in the ‘90s, the Durans emerged in the new millennium like fiery phoenixes, and their arsenal of hits is incredible. Nile Rodgers’ Chic also performs.

According to the venue’s website, “In celebration of their spectacular four-decade career and the Bowl’s centennial, internationally acclaimed, multi-platinum, award-winning legends Duran Duran will headline an exciting three-day weekend, when they will be joined by special guests to celebrate their rich and colorful career. Performing songs from their most recent critically-acclaimed studio album, FUTURE PAST, together with all the hits, this event will mark a new and exciting chapter for the band.”

“Recently nominated for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Duran Duran enlisted some of the most exciting names in music on FUTURE PAST, delivering yet another genre-spanning piece of work that once again sets them apart from the pack. Featuring Swedish hitmaker Tove Lo and British Queen of Drill Ivorian Doll, as well as to Blur’s Graham Coxon and Japanese all-girl punk band CHAI, songs from the new album fit seamlessly with classics such as ‘Rio,’ ‘Ordinary World,’ and ‘Hungry Like the Wolf.'”

Of course, Duran Duran will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in November, alongside the likes of Eurythmics, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldi, Lionel Richie, Dolly Parton, Eminem and more. So it’s a. double celebration.

Duran Duran gets Bowled Over: The event takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, September 9, Saturday, September 10 and Sunday, September 11 at the Hollywood Bowl.



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