Friday, May 29, 2009

Coco Lee in concert, los angeles 7/17

July 17th, 2009
Starts at 08:00 PM

With her dynamic voice, beautiful lyrics and engaging dance choreography, CoCo Lee is one of the most highly acclaimed Asian singers in the world and considered to be a musical icon in Asia. With musical stylings that range from Hip-Hop, R&B and Pop, CoCo became the first Chinese artist to be signed internationally by Sony Music Entertainment.

She sang the hit single 'Before I Fall in Love' for the soundtrack of Runaway Bride, starring Richard Gere and Julia Roberts. She also became the first Chinese artist to perform at the Academy Awards in 2001 when she sang the nominated theme song 'A Love Before Time' from the movie Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon which won her worldwide recognition.

Tickets range from $38-$158 and can be purchased at, the Walt Disney Concert Hall box office or by calling (213) 365-3500.

Student/Senior Special Offer - 50% discount for a pair of tickets in Terrace East and Terrace West sections only. Proper ID required at time of purchase. One pair of tickets per ID, limited tickets available. Can only be purchased at WDCH box office. Offer does not apply to single tickets.

Group Tickets Available - For groups of 15 or more, email

Special Event
Walt Disney Concert Hall
111 S. Grand Avenue
Los Angeles, CA USA 90012

Box Office Hours
Tuesday - Sunday
Noon - 6:00 p.m.
On performance days, the box office opens at 12:00 noon and remains open until 30 minutes after start time.

Directions & Parking

Parking Validation
With box office validation, patrons may park free for 30 minutes in the Walt Disney Concert Hall garage.

Public Transportation

Running Late
Please review your ticket for the correct curtain time. The extremely sensitive acoustics of Disney Hall convey every sound throughout the auditorium, including those made by the audience. Latecomers will be seated at the first suitable break in the concert. For the convenience of latecomers, the program appears on monitors throughout the hall, including those near the Concert Hall Café.


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