The 4 Parties You Don’t Want to Miss During Awards Season

The 2019 Academy Awards are a little more than a month away. Start planning now if you hope to attend an Oscars party. These events offer excellent opportunities to both mingle with celebrities and raise funds for worthy causes. Here are 4 awards season parties you don’t want to miss.

Sir Elton John’s Academy Awards Viewing Party


Sir Elton John's Academy Awards Viewing Party The 4 Parties You Don’t Want to Miss During Awards Season
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This much anticipated annual event is a fundraiser for the Elton John Aid’s Foundation (EJAF). This year EJAF celebrates 26 years and more than $56 million raised to date for the cause. Held in West Hollywood, Sir Elton John and his husband, David Furnish, will be in attendance on February 24, 2019. The gala event features celebrity chefs, hot DJs, live auctions, and many well-known attendees. You can see highlights from last year’s party here.

The presenting sponsors in 2019 are BVLGARI, Neuro Drinks, and Diana Jenkins. Audi, BBVA Compass, M∙A∙C Viva Glam, TheBLUEFISH, and StyleHaul have signed on as co-sponsors. Fin Gray and Michael Melnick are associate sponsors. Wines are provided by Domaine Bertaud Belieu, and the bars will feature Chopin Vodka and Clase Azul Tequila. For more information about the EJAF Academy Awards viewing party, please contact Dean Carras at or 212-219-0670.

4th Annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner and After Party 


4th Annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner and After Party Awards Season Parties
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View the 91st Annual Academy Awards on February 24, 2019, at the 4th Annual Roger Neal Style Hollywood Oscar Viewing Dinner and After Party. The exclusive event takes place at the famous Hollywood Palladium on Sunset Boulevard. Hollywood Palladium was built in 1940 and has been used often since that time as a set for various TV shows and other productions. Today it is known for hosting live music performances every night of the week. Be there on the 24th with close to 100 celebrities and past Oscar winners to enjoy the ultimate in awards season parties.

Guests will enjoy cocktails and entertainment before the show. A five-course dinner is included with the ticket. Finally, an after party with a variety of celebrities will cap off the fun night. Individual tickets are available for $1,000 per person. There are also limited opportunities for sponsorship packages. For more information on tickets contact or call 424-245-8569.

Vanity Fair Oscar Party


Vanity Fair Oscar Party The 4 Parties You Don’t Want to Miss During Awards Season
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Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party is one of the hottest of the awards season parties. Some advertisers spend nearly half a million dollars to be part of this exclusive event. For the past three years, this event has been held at a custom built space next to the Wallis Annenberg Center and Beverly Hills City Hall. A green and white carpet is used to welcome celebrity guests. Past attendees include Emma Stone, Justin Timberlake, Orlando Bloom, Jennifer Aniston, Vin Diesel, Jimmy Kimmel, Mariah Carey, Katy Perry, Mick Jagger, Sofia Vergara, Elizabeth Banks, Scarlett Johansson, and Matt Damon.

The dining for the event is a mix of luxury and late night favorites. Celebrity chefs prepare an elegant dessert and dinner. The menu has included high-end menu items such as black truffle lasagna. After hours, California favorite In-N-Out provides cheeseburgers for partiers to snack on. Photo booths and hot music add to the after hours entertainment.

Byron Allen’s Third Annual Entertainment Studios Oscar Gala

Byron Allen’s Entertainment Studios will host their third annual Oscar Gala in 2019. This fun event is for a worthy cause. In its first year, the gala raised $1 million for the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Last year, the second year, that amount was surpassed as more than $1.5 million was raised for the hospital. “We are so proud to be raising money and giving back to those who need our help the most,” said Allen. “We can’t do enough for the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.”

Last year featured performances for Jamie Foxx and Katy Perry. Other celebrities in attendance were Louie Anderson, Aaron Sorkin, Jessica Szohr, Tom Arnold, Quincy Jones, Caroline Rhea, Jon Lovitz, Paris Hilton, Aaron Paul, Tommy Davidson, and Matthew Modine. Organizers look to surpass the $1.5 million raised last year. Find tickets for the event here.

Other exciting awards season parties to keep an eye out for are the In Style Magazine Oscars Party, FOX Film’s Party, and Amazon Studio’s Oscar Party. Extend your visit to California with a stay at one of the best all-inclusive resorts in the state.

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