Hollywood Bowl 2016 Calendar

The Hollywood Bowl 2016 calendar promises to have something for everyone.  Whether you’re a local or a tourist, the Bowl is a must-visit venue.  It really doesn’t matter who’s performing…it’s more about enjoying a warm summer Southern California night with 18,000 other music lovers.  It’s one of the few venues that allows guests on most nights to bring in their picnic baskets, wine and beverages.  There’s even off-site areas with tables to set up your feast. As always, take one of the many shuttles to the Hollywood Bowl, or walk if possible.  There is stacked parking, and it’s not recommended to get stuck in this jam of vehicles, especially after the show.  There are local businesses that open up their 

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L.A. Forecast Through Valentines Day and Los Angeles Marathon

Where is El Nino?!  Certainly not in Southern California.  The L.A. forecast for the next 10 days shows zero precipitation.  In fact, everyday will top out into the high 70’s or low 80’s.  This takes us through this Sunday’s big Super Bowl game, and of course, Valentines Day and our Los Angeles Marathon on February 14th, 2016. With no rain, it’s the perfect time to take a Glitterati Tours tour of Los Angeles and watch the sun light up our palm trees.  With no cloud cover, look for picture-perfect views of our Hollywood Sign, and perhaps even a view of the Pacific Ocean from the peaks above Beverly Hills and L.A. The runners participating in the Los Angeles Marathon, will 

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Los Angeles New Years Eve Events

Los Angeles New Years Eve events are everywhere…from DTLA to Hollywood to Long Beach.  Jean Trinh at LAist.com has taken out the guesswork with incredible descriptions of hot events. These are just a few of the standouts (especially the VIP party with Boy George) but make sure to check out over a dozen others at their website: Tom Bergin’s Public House Tom Bergin’s holds a special place in our hearts with their Irish coffees and laid back, old-man bar vibes. The historic Irish pub will be celebrating NYE by going back to 1936, the year it opened. You’ll be able to snag a $36.19 prix-fixe menu, and new $10 winter cocktails like their Roasted Pecan O’Fashioned and Cranberry Sauc’d. They’re 

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Rose Bowl Game and Rose Parade in Pasadena, California

Pasadena, Los Angeles, and Glitterati Tours of Beverly Hills welcome the Iowa Hawkeyes and the Stanford Cardinals on January 1st, 2016.  With the popular Rose Parade in the morning attracting about 1 million curbside viewers and the Rose Bowl Stadium capacity of approximately 92,000, Pasadena will certainly be jammed packed with visitors.  Some guests stay about 35 minutes west in areas like Hollywood, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills. It’s a short scenic trip, as the Santa Monica Mountain Range nestles up to the stunning San Gabriel Mountain Range bordering Pasadena. Planning your visit?  Check out Glitterati Tours “LA Info” tab on things to do, restaurants, and hotels. From The Tournament of Roses Official Website: 2016 Rose Parade Grand Marshal Ken Burns 

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W Hotel Hollywood New Years Eve Party

It’s never too early to plan for a Hollywood New Years Eve Party! From JBP Events: EVENT DETAILS FOR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 2015: W Hollywood NYE 2016 at W Hollywood Hotel 6th Annual NYE Countdown at the W Hollywood W Hollywood NYE 2016 On Thursday, December 31st 2015, the W invites you to shine like a star and take center stage on New Year’s Eve 2015-2016, at the intersection of Hollywood and Vine, 9:30 PM. Sip, mix and mingle inside the W Hollywood as you ring in the 2016 New Year with glitz and glam of Tinseltown. The W Hollywood guarantees to be the epicenter of New Year’s Eve celebration in Los Angeles nightlife. This annual event which started in 

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Due to the uncertainty of CoVID-19, and to protect our guests and employees, Glitterati Tours will temporarily suspend all excursions until further notice.

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