Stars Like Miguel, Lele Pons + Rudy Mancuso Came out to Celebrate Diá de los Muertos at the Hollywood Bowl for the ‘Coco: Live-to-Film Concert Experience’

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Hollywood royalty came out to celebrate and perform alongside a live orchestra for the ‘Coco: Live-to-Film Experience.’

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To celebrate Diá de los Muertos, the Beloved Oscar®-winning Disney and Pixar Film was reimagined at the legendary Hollywood Bowl. The Live-to-Film Concert Experience featured a live orchestra and digital projection on the shell of the historic venue.

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The venue became the Land of the Dead with a massive interactive ofrenda, where attendees added names and notes to the altar for those who have passed on.

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Conductor Sarah Hicks led the full orchestra performing Oscar®-winning composer Michael Giacchino’s original score along with special guests performing the film’s songs including Academy Award®-winner for Original Song “Remember Me,” as well as “Un Poco Loco,” “The World Es Mi Familia,” and many more.

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Special guests included Benjamin Bratt, Eva Longoria, Carlos Rivera, Miguel, Alanna Ubach, Alex Gonzalez, Jaime Camil, Lele Pons, Rudy Mancuso, and Natalia Jimenez.

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Fans were treated to performances of their favorite Coco tunes as the film was projected onto huge screens throughout the venue. 18,000 attendees filled a packed house with an interactive performance, including a light show from a special app that attendees were able to download during the show, that thrilled fans of the Disney Pixar movie of all ages.

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Glitter’s former cover star and celebrated influencer, Lele Pons, hosted the event and had various outfit changes.

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Youtuber Rudy Mancuso performed on guitar as well as offered some additional comedic skits throughout the night.

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If you loved the movie, this event did not disappoint in creating even more memories while celebrating Mexican culture.

Keep your eye out for other Live-to-Film Concert experiences at the Hollywood Bowl website, because you don’t want to miss out.