VIP Concierge can put you right in the heart of all the action with Oscars Party Tickets. You can mingle with stars and industry professionals all night. Make no mistake about it: the 91st Academy Awards will undoubtedly be just as exciting as last year’s show, but the best part of the OSCAR experience is the outrageous, over-the-top parties that take place before, during and after the show! Celebrities turn up in new killer looks and totally let loose with their industry friends. The buzz is thick in the air as everyone discusses the best and most shocking Academy Award moments over bottomless glasses of champagne. The décor is sleek, the swag bags are posh, and the gourmet eats prepared by top chefs are the best you’ll have all year. We are not offering tickets to all these events, so please call or email for details on which parties we are offering!
What a Ticket Holder Can Expect at an Oscar Party
Celebrities often bounce to several different Oscar parties in one night, so it’s hard to say who will be where. All we can say for sure is that you’re guaranteed to see a ton of familiar, famous faces! That’s part of the excitement and anticipation of the night. Everyone arrives to the Oscars after-parties starving after the long ceremony, so you can rest assured there will be ample culinary delights from some of the most renowned chefs Los Angeles has to offer. Some people say the “after-party looks” are better than the Oscars red carpet fashions, so you’ll want to spare no expense on your attire. Big high-end name brands serve as sponsors for these events, giving away swag bags you can only dream of!
Vanity Fair Oscar Party
Vanity Fair’s Oscar Party is considered “the golden ticket,” with some advertisers shelling out half-a-million dollars to gain entry to the soiree! The Vanity Fair Party has been held in a custom-built space adjacent to the Wallis Annenberg Center and Beverly Hills City Hall for the past three years in a row. A green-and-white carpet welcomes celebrities like 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. Dinner included avocado Louis, black truffle lasagna, classic chicken pot pie and banana splits from Thomas Keller of French Laundry and Per Se fame – and, of course, the ultimate late-night grub: In-N-Out cheeseburgers! Guests were busy popping into photo booths and out onto smoking patios, tearing up the dance floor of the Apple Music Lounge and snacking on donuts while waiting for their rides.
Elton John Oscars Fundraiser
The annual Elton John party, held at the Pacific Design Center, has raised over $175 million for the AIDS Foundation. “People have to go to other parties,” Sharon Stone explains, “but people want to go to Elton’s party.” Expect to see a vast swath of star attendees – from musicians like Bono, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry, to super models like Heidi Klum, Victoria Beckham, and Naomi Campbell, to designers like Donatella Versace and Christian Louboutin, to athletes like Johnny Weir and Serena Williams. Chef Gordon Ramsey serves up an exquisite five-course meal fit for royalty. The celebrity auction is the highlight of the night, with items like Broadway tickets and drinks with Neil Patrick Harris, autographed portraits, a piano signed by Elton John, and automobiles given away. Don’t be surprised if someone like Ed Sheeran, Foster The People, or Elton John himself performs several songs!
In Style Magazine Oscars Party
Party with the crème-de-la-crème of entertainment and fashion, but only if you can hit the ground running with a glass of champagne. The InStyle Oscars Party is held in all five rooms of STK, the hottest LA steakhouse, which served up everything from popcorn and candy bar buffets to house specialties like short ribs, crab cakes, and mini-burgers. Celebrity guests include Stacey Keibler, Angie Harmon, Ana Ortiz, Jason Lewis, James King, and Eva La Rue. DJ Vice played a mix of 80s and 90s hits from David Bowie’s “Let’s Dance” to Madonna’s “Lucky Star,” while the crowd danced against a backdrop of pink and turquoise candy colors. The two guests who predicted the most Academy Award winners went home with Christian Dior watches.
Amazon Studio’s Oscars Party
The 2017 Amazon Oscars Afterparty took place at Delilah, a swanky 1920s dinner and drinks spot in West Hollywood. All-access wristbands went for $1,000, inviting guests to meet past award winners like “Mozart in the Jungle” lead Gael Garcia Bernal, Casey Affleck from “Manchester by the Sea,” and “Transparent” star Jeffrey Tambor. Colin Hanks, Richard Kind, and Christina Hendricks were among well-known personalities spotted. Most of the crowd are Amazon employees and publicists who work on the channel’s productions, but it’s still a neat event on the cutting edge.
UTA / CAA / WME / ICM agency parties
In 2017, United Talent Agency held a pro-immigration rally instead of its usual post-Oscar party. They also donated $250,000 of the UTA Oscar party money to the ACLU and the International Rescue Committee. Rival agencies went ahead with their usual high-profile, star-studded events held at private Beverly Hills residences. Nominees like Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman, Viola Davis, Jeff Bridges and Barry Jenkins were spotted at CAA, while the WME Party attracted Octavia Spencer, Michelle Williams, Dev Patel, and Damien Chazelle. ICM guests honored nominees Ruth Negga and Raoul Peck, among others.
VIP Concierge is your go-to hook up for a variety of Oscars after party passes. Tickets to these once-a-year throw-downs are hard to find, so they go fast. Even though we’re still talking about last year’s show and all the glamorous parties that followed, it’s not too early to pick up passes to next year’s star-studded fiestas. For 2019 Oscar Party tickets, call VIP Concierge today!