Portland Monthly presents the Big Night on the Red Carpet
A viewing party of Hollywood’s biggest award show to benefit Northwest Film Center
While movie stars glide along the red carpet in couture gowns and fitted suits to accept their awards in Los Angeles, Portland Monthly and the Northwest Film Center invite you to slip on a dress, break out a bow tie, and walk the red carpet in Portland.
Attendees will have the chance to enter their predictions, win premium raffle prizes, and get their photo on the red carpet. As a special treat, the night will feature commentary by Miss Poison Waters, one of Portland’s most famous drag queens, who has been entertaining the city for nearly two decades.
The evening starts with the red carpet and St-Germain cocktails at 4 pm and continues with the Academy Awards viewing and hors d’oeuvres at 5 pm, concluding with prediction contest results and dessert.
Win two general admission tickets by entering our giveaway! Winners will be notified at end of day Thursday, February 21.Enter to win here.
General Admission: $45, includes photo opportunity on the red carpet, complimentary hors d’oeuvres, and two hosted cocktails.
VIP Admission: $95, includes reserved seating with other fans, valet parking, complimentary hors d’oeuvres and hosted cocktails, a photo opportunity on the red carpet, and a VIP swag-bag.
VIP Tables: Tables of 4, 6 or 8 available, includes all VIP benefits listed above with reserved seats for your party at a group rate.
Date: Sunday, February 24
Time: Doors 3:30, Red Carpet 4 pm, Awards 5 pm; 21+
Location: Hotel deLuxe, 729 SW 15th Ave, Portland, OR 97205
Prices: $45 includes food, two hosted cocktails and a photo on the red carpet, $95 includes food, hosted cocktails, a photo on the red carpet and a VIP swag-bag.
Tickets on sale at portlandmonthlymag.com/redcarpet
Big Night on the Red Carpet is supported by St-Germain, Hotel deLuxe and KINK.FM
ABOUT NORTHWEST FILM CENTER: The Northwest Film Center is a regional media arts resource and service organization founded to encourage the study, appreciation, and utilization of the moving image arts, foster their artistic and professional excellence, and help create a climate in which they flourish. In addition to presenting year-round cinema and festivals, the Center runs one of the largest community-based film arts programs in the country and works with K–12 students promoting media literacy and self-expression. More at nwfilm.org