The Weeklong Celebration Of Academy Award-Winning Movies Concludes With A Live Viewing Of The Oscars At The Alice Tully Hall In Lincoln Center

Live-Viewing Of The Oscars At Alice Tully Hall

Alice Tull Hall

Secretly longing to go to the Academy Awards? (Really, who isn’t?) Wishing you could jet off to the land of palm trees, paparazzi, and pampering like the stars?

Well, we can’t promise you any of that unless you’re Angelina Jolie, but if you’re in New York City on Oscar Day (March 7) you too can have your taste of Oscar glamour. This year, for the first time, a live viewing of the Oscars will be held at Alice Tully Hall in Lincoln Center, it was announced this week.

Oscar Night America Raising Funds For Local Charities

The celebration, which comes complete with a cocktail reception (as well a minimum price tag of $150, depending on the package that’s purchased), is the final event in a weeklong celebration of Academy Award-winning movies that were filmed or took place in New York City; they’re being screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center.

(Tickets go on sale Feb. 11; call 212 875-5601) The website is It’s the first time that Oscar Night America, a series of events that take place across the country to raise money for various local charities, has set up shop in New York. Proceeds from the event will go to NYC & Company Foundation.