Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills Booking Now for Spring

El Nino has yet to make an impact on tours of Beverly Hills and other activities throughout Southern California.  The northern section of our state has taken the brunt of weather, including the much-needed snow pack in the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range.  Some forecasters and meteorologists are still predicting a late in the season rainy period for LA.  Rain or shine, the upcoming months are some of the most popular for visitors coming to our city.

With Easter on Sunday, March 27th, expect most spring breaks to occur two weeks prior or after this holiday. We always lay out reminders for anyone planning a vacation to book everything sooner that later during peak periods.  This should include, show tickets, TV tapings, hotels, restaurants, VIP passes for studios like Warner Bros., Universal Studios and Paramount, and private tours of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles.

What’s happening in Los Angeles over the next few months?  Here’s a few tidbits:

-The Wizarding World of Harry Potter has their grand-opening on April 7th, 2016 at Universal Studios Hollywood:

Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood

Harry Potter at Universal Studios Hollywood

From magical spells to magical creatures, from dark villains to daring heroes, it’s all here at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter™ , opening April 7, 2016 to Universal Studios Hollywood℠. Explore the mysteries of Hogwarts™ castle, visit the shops of Hogsmeade™, and sample fare from some of the wizarding world’s best-known establishments. Plus experience pulse-pounding rides and attractions that transport you into a world of magical thrills and excitement.

Pantages Theatre

Pantages Theatre

-Kinky Boots plays at The Pantages Theatre from April 13th-24th, 2016, followed by Chicago the Musical April 26th – May 1st.

-Enjoy Awards Season around Los Angeles with numerous parties and tons of celebrities.  Grammy’s take place on February 15th, and the Academy Awards present their Oscars on February 28th, 2016.  (Set up for the Academy Awards usually starts a few weeks prior.  While many areas are closed to the public directly around the Dolby Theater, guests can still see the giant Oscar statues and red carpets being prepped for their big day).

-Catch a Lakers or Clippers game at the fabulous Staples Center in Downtown LA.

-See Dudamel conduct the LA Philharmonic at The Walt Disney Concert Hall on March 6th, 2016.

Whisky A Go Go Sunset Strip

Whisky A Go Go Sunset Strip

-Puddle of Mud performs at the legendary Whisky A Go Go on the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood.

Again, don’t wait on booking some of the hottest activities around Los Angeles in the upcoming months.  In fact, reserve your free tickets now for L.A.’s newest and consistently sold out, The Broad Museum, in Downtown Los Angeles at the link provided.