ALL STAR CELEBRITY GAME TICKETS 2014 News

My boyfriend and I are going to LA and I want to go sight seeing for celebrities, where should I go? Also where are some good places to eat that aren’t too expensive or some romantic places to eat? I just want to spend some good quality time with my boyfriend. So any ideas please let me know. THANKS SO MUCH!

Answer by Clms H
celebrities= Rodeo drive,Sunset blvd,West hollywood high end shops. Movie premiers,or on hollywood blvd stars get their stars on the walk of fame every week heres a web site to see the possible upcoming events in hollywood

http://www.seeing-stars.com/Calendar/index.shtml#OnLocationFilms

check the dates so when your there. You should also go see tapings to tv shows,game shows. Just call paroumont studios,fox studios or culver city studios to see what shows are getting taped. All tickets are freee.If you wanna be in the audience type in a particular game show into google and then its just as easy as that ..

To hit up some great beach spots head to malibu only 25 mins for santa monica peir

I highly suggest this is the best place youll find you love the whole trip
theres this restaurant in malibu right on the beach (literlly) your table is in the sand and so will your feet. great food and not too expensive could be very romantic at night .Breakfast is so good when your done eating your allready on the beach so you stay at beach whole day then go back for dinner thats what i did it was amazing. Its a private beach so never too busy. I went there for vacation and i had breakfast there then layed out beach all day and in the water then had dinner there . then next day went back for breakfast youll want to stay all day its beautiful. This restaurant is called PARADISE COVE in MALIBU im so happy i discovered it im going back there all time when im in town.

You should drive up to the hollywood sighn its so beautiful and such a gorgeous drive of top celebritie houses so nice. You can hike up to the sighn too and actually touch it. This secret spot i found is at the Hollywood Dog park – you wont find it on google nothing comes up because its private and ppl wont know what it is if you ask cuz its hidden. heres directions if your interested(its only about 09 mins away from hollywood blvd totally worth it and very easy directions to get to .

1.Head north on CA-170/N Highland Ave toward N Highland Ave
2. Turn right at Odin St
3. Turn left at N Cahuenga Blvd
4. Turn right at Lakeridge Pl
5. Turn left at Wonder View Dr
6. Turn right toward Lake Hollywood Dr
7. Turn right at Lake Hollywood Dr
8. Slight right to stay on Lake Hollywood Dr
9. Slight left at Tahoe Dr

THE BEST SHOPPING IVE EVER DONE IN MY ENTIRE LIFE was at the Los angeles FASHION DISTRICT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! MY FAV PLACE EVER
i would just go to caLIFONIRA just to go there
they have everything you could possible tihkn of that you didnt think u needed but do. They have Dresses,Jeans,Shirts,Edhardy,boots,shoes,movies,jewerlly ,toys anything everything Chanel bags coach for like 20 bucks best place for christmas shopping. its like in downtown los angeles and its not stores its outside shopping like a flea market you might say but goess on for about 12 blocks but the SANTEE alley is what you want to look there for its an allley stuffed with great stuff so you better go youll be soo happy and be so happy i told you about it. Im still telling all my friends its best shopping done in my entire life

My favorite beach ive been to evey single one in southern california now is VENICE beach. Huge bordwalk goes all way to malibu . Trendy shops clothes and unique stuff . boardwalk performers that are so ausome makes you very entertained and has a beach ofcourse.

so hope this helps i wouldnt waste my time typing all this if it was okay suggustions to do for shure
#1. FASHION DISTRICT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
#2. PARADISE COVE!!

Answer by West of Encino
I dont think celebrities post their iternary for all to see, so that would be a if you see them, you see them kind of thing. as far as places to eat try any decent mexican restaurant. they are not expensive.

Answer by Tien N
Alright I’ll help you out. I work in the movie industry so I’ve gotten pretty lucky in meeting some celebrities. Best spots to see the young trendy crowd would be:

Melrose Ave, Robertson Ave, where all the boutiques are.

If you want to see your A-List, Rodeo Drive is a sure bet as is Malibu and of course the clubs in West Hollywood such as Villa and Avalon. There people like DiCaprio, Lohan, Piven and all those guys tend to congregate and party. Be forewarned in those clubs though, the celebs usually get VIPS so it’s hard to spot them. As for food places you should check out here are some good places:

Again try Melrose, good restuarants or the Grove those are good spots that won’t break the bank. Avoid the be seen restaurants such as Mr. Chaos or Koi they usually are extremely expensive.

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I won tickets today for the Europe priemere of THG (yay!) but I have no idea what to wear! I’m thinking jeans are too causual but I don’t want to show up all dresses up and no body else is. I get to go in and see the movie but I’m not sure I get to go to the red carpet or anything (still waiting for the infomation email).
Thanks!

Answer by Jay Jay
:O lucky! how did you wind tickets? id love to know :D
and wear a nice skirt and a nice top. so go semi dressy but not super dressy. mostly only people who work on the movies dress up a lot.

Answer by Sir Viever
A Robin Hood outfit would work. Or Maid Marian.

Answer by jen
Non-celebrities are usually less dressed up than the stars, but, at the premieres I’ve attended in New York and Los Angeles there was a wide range in what people wore from casual to as dressy as the stars.

If you want more info about what going to a premiere is like, there’s a story about attending a movie premiere in Los Angeles at http://www.mydreamcametrue.com/premiere

Have an wonderful time!

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