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The One Expected Party
Sunday, February 24, 2013 at 3:00 PM (PST)
Los Angeles, CA
Parking Details: Please use the ticket delivered to your email as your pass for the parking. More information on parking can be found here. [Parking Info]
Exclusive Black-Tie Gala Event on the night of the Academy Awards!
Celebrate alongside your closest Tolkien friends as we settle in for almost 10 hours of entertainment, excitement and fellowship! The festivities begin with free food and drink (including full bar!), to accompany a live screening of the 85th Academy Awards® - taking place only blocks from the party. Enjoy auctions, games, sideshows, roving entertainers and more throughout the evening; then, when the television broadcast comes to an end, you'll be treated to our amazing LIVE stage show!
In February 2004, The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King snared a record 11 Oscars and TheOneRing.net, the world’s largest The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit fan-site, celebrated with an elaborate black-tie fan-party in Hollywood on the night of the Academy Awards®.
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Founded in 1999 by a group of like-minded Tolkien fans so anxious for the coming Peter Jackson Lord of the Rings films that they were gathering up every scrap of production information to be found, TheOneRing.net continues today in bringing fans the latest news on the beloved figures involved in the making of the wildly popular Lord of the Rings movies as well as the newest information available on upcoming productions, Tolkien-centered events, new publications, and fan gatherings.
The site thrived and so did its unique relationship with Jackson’s production team—a relationship that enabled TORn to bring its readers some exclusive news and night-of-a-lifetime experiences including the famous Oscar parties that hosted the cast and crew after each Oscar-night victory, culminating in an incredible eleven-Oscar sweep for The Return of the King. Looking to the future with the support of its phenomenal community of fans, TheOneRing.net continues to be the most comprehensive Tolkien fan site on the web.