Los Angeles VIP and Behind the Scenes Experiences

Glitterati Tours frequently hears from our international and domestic travel agents asking us to provide “The WOW Factor” for their VIP’s with over-the-top-money-is-no object experiences.  We definitely “wow” with our private tours of Los Angeles, Santa Monica, Malibu and Beverly Hills, but we leave the rest up to the professionals in the field of tickets, galas and red carpet parties. We love what we do and we have a 100% success rate with providing the services promised to our guests.  We never overstep into areas outside of our VIP private tours.  Therefore, we’re happy to announce a partnership with a company that has access to some of the hottest Los Angeles VIP and behind the scenes experiences.  They have offices here 

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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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TV Taping Tickets to The Ellen Show and Other Programs

Quite often, all of us guides from Glitterati Tours of Los Angeles are asked if we have access to TV taping tickets for shows like Dancing with the Stars, The Ellen Show, and Big Bang Theory.  Sadly, no.  In fact, these particular shows can be really tough to score.  At one time or another, many of us had or still have connections to individuals at the studios who were able to acquire tickets, but we stopped this years ago, due to having a middleman and lots of uncertainty.  Nothing was ever set in stone until a few hours or minutes before showtime.  (Imagine waiting in a ballgown in the sun, not knowing if you were attending a taping of Dancing 

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