If you have the money and the desire, certain parts of the Hollywood Bowl can be renamed after you and your loved ones under a new plan from the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
The orchestra received approval from the L.A. County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday to pursue a plan that would allow the selling of naming rights for certain sections of the historic outdoor music venue.
Money raised from the naming rights would go toward improvements to the Bowl's infrastructure.
The orchestra shell and the Bowl itself will not be renamed. But the L.A. Philharmonic is planning to offer other parts of the venue, such as the mainstage and the box office plaza, for naming rights, according to the orchestra's plan that was submitted to the board of supervisors.
Zev Yaroslavsky, supervisor of the 3rd District, said in an interview that the naming plan "could raise a good sum of money [for the Bowl] without relying on the taxpayer dime."