Broadway L.A. Holiday Schedule for Pantages Theatre

If you’re coming to Los Angeles over the holidays, make sure to order your tickets in advance for our legendary Pantages Theatre in Hollywood. Here’s some upcoming shows for December 2015, and January 2016 at The Pantages Theatre: RIVERDANCE – The 20th Anniversary World Tour December 1 – December 6, 2015 The international Irish dance phenomenon returns by popular demand with RIVERDANCE – The 20th Anniversary World Tour 2 Hours (Including Intermission) IF/THEN December 8, 2015 – January 3, 2016 Tony Award winner Idina Menzel (Wicked, Frozen) returns to her acclaimed performance in the National Tour of IF/THEN, alongside her Broadway costars James Snyder (Cry-Baby), Anthony Rapp (RENT) & Tony Award winner La Chanze. 2 Hours and 35 Minutes (Including 

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New Years Eve in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills

It’s only 10 days away, but it may not be too late to reserve dinner and cocktails for New Years Eve in Los Angeles.  Nearby Pasadena will host over a million visitors for their Rose Parade and Rose Bowl game on New Years Day.  Many attending these events will opt to stay a little west in the cities of Los Angeles, West Hollywood and Beverly Hills.  While Colorado Boulevard in Pasadena is one big street party on New Years Eve, some may want a more intimate affair. Most of the hotels and their restaurants will be offering up special menus and events to ring in New Years Eve in Los Angeles and 2015.  Check out Livello at L’Ermitage, Gordon Ramsay 

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Booking Now for City Tours of Los Angeles 2015

Glitterati Tours is in the midst of a busy holiday season with visitors coming to Los Angeles.  The next two weeks — especially the period bookending our Rose Bowl game in Pasadena — should keep us busy into the new year.  We always suggest planning early, whether it’s city tours, hotels, or making reservations at the hottest restaurants in Beverly Hills. We are currently taking reservations for celebrity homes tours and city tours of Los Angeles for 2015. See the homes and hangouts of some of your favorite celebrities from music, film, and reality television in the Glitterati Tours “Just the Hills” tour.  This covers the areas of Holmby Hills, Beverly Hills, Hollywood Hills and Bel Air.  This tour also 

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New Years Eve in Los Angeles at the Hottest Hotels

Celebrate in style on New Years Eve in Los Angeles.  Many of the hottest hotels are offering a full agenda to bring in the 2015. FOUR SEASONS LOS ANGELES AT BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL NEW YEAR’S EVE DINNER AT CULINA, MODERN ITALIAN December 31, 2014 | Pre Gala: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm | Gala seating: 8:00 pm to 11:00 pm Count down to the New Year at Culina, Modern Italian restaurant with flutes of champagne, and a dinner you’ll remember long after the ball has dropped. Pre-gala seating will feature a decadent four-course menu, while the Gala seating features an amazing five-course menu, in addition to a midnight champagne toast and complimentary access to the New Year’s Eve festivities taking 

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What’s Happening in Los Angeles in December?

No polar vortex here…yet!?  Los Angeles in December is typically dry with cool nights, and a light breeze.  You want a white Christmas…don’t come to L.A.  Glitterati Tours has listed a handful of events to enjoy when in Los Angeles in December.  Remember, pre-book for everything.  This includes hotels, restaurants, studio tours, city tours of L.A., and Broadway-style shows.  While most locals depart for the east coast, and the midwest, the city is still full of visitors and tourists taking advantage of our lively city, and great weather.  Plus, the Rose Bowl games around New Years, bring in approximately 120,000 extra guests. -Into The Woods at The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Plays from December 2nd-21st, 2014. -Enjoy 

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Rose Bowl Game and Booking Now for the Holidays

New Years Day is less than 2 months away.  If you’re coming to Los Angeles over the holidays, we stress the importance of booking NOW for your accommodations, dining and entertainment.  Usually starting just after Thanksgiving, tourism picks up big time in Los Angeles.  We’re are a major destination for both domestic and international travelers. With over 92,000 extra guests in town for our Rose Bowl game in Pasadena, hotels in the general vicinity will be booked solid.  Many attendees to the Rose Bowl game prefer to stay in the Hollywood or Beverly Hills area.  It’s approximately 35 minutes west of Pasadena, but also much closer to popular spots like The Grove, The Walk of Fame, Rodeo Drive, Grauman’s Chinese 

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