Par year, the best of the Hollywood will gather for the Oscars award. It has generated interests and followership over the years. Because of that, many people will like to become part of it. You cannot watch the program in the venue without having the tickets. The tickets are not readily available. If you have the opportunity of getting the tickets, you should not waste time to grab it. The tickets can be as elusive as gold. If you are not famous celebrity, it is hard. The surest way of getting the tickets is to start looking for it on time. The tickets may be difficult to get, but you can still get one if you search for it diligently.
Date: February 25, 2019, 7:00 AM GMT+6 Trending
Other ceremonies: 2018
Location: Dolby Theatre, Los Angeles, California, United States
Directed by: Glenn Weiss
Producers: Donna Gigliotti, Glenn Weiss
Another good way of getting it is by visiting the organizer’s website, and register for a ticket. Tickets are available for those that want to sit in the bleachers, which line the red carpet. There are just seven hundred seats available for people in this category. Usually names of those to be given tickets are drawn just in the lottery is drawn. Tickets for the category do not require payment. You have an advantage here because you can have a good view of the events.
There are organizations you can register with that can help source the tickets for you. If you make the move in time, chances are there that you can get that ticket. If you do not move in time, you have to watch it on your television. The whole event will be streamed live across the world.
On your television LIVE OSCAR SUNDAY, MARCH 4th. Exclusive red carpet coverage begins at 6:30e|3:30p, followed by the awards ceremony at 8:00e|5:00p.
Oscar fans living in the markets listed below can watch the live broadcast of The Oscars awards ceremony at abc.com or with the ABC app by signing in with a participating TV provider. Once you have signed in, watch at abc.com/watch-live or select ‘live TV’ in the ABC app.
Live streaming of The Oscars award show is available with a participating TV provider in the following markets: Chicago, Fresno, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Philadelphia, Raleigh-Durham and San Francisco.