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Simply Divine at McCadden Place 4.5.14

April 7th, 2014 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

This past Sat­ur­day, April 5th, Pre­miere Events had the priv­i­lege of being a part of the 9th annual Sim­ply Divine tast­ing event ben­e­fit­ing the L.A. Gay & Les­bian Cen­ter. The event took place at the McCad­den Place at Ed Gould Plaza in Hol­ly­wood, home to the foundation’s art, cul­ture, and many edu­ca­tional pro­grams.  Guests filled the streets to enjoy the best of L.A.‘s restau­rants, food trucks, and chefs.  In addi­tion to the tasty food, the event fea­tured an impres­sive selec­tion of wines, spir­its, craft beers, cof­fee and even almond milk.

Pre­miere Events had two booths at the event fea­tur­ing some of our favorites from our bar and cater­ing menu. Guest savored deli­cious Pressed Medi­anoche Sand­wiches with Roast Pork, Ham, Swiss Cheese, Smoked Gar­lic Aioli and Home­made Pick­les. Our Pre­miere Events Bar booth fea­tured Choco­late Infused Wine, Bush­mils Honey Whiskey Lemon­ade and  Rasp­berry Vodka Moji­tos with Fresh Mint and Limes. Guests and ven­dors alike enjoyed a great event sup­port­ing an even greater cause.

- Michelle Uribe Pre­miere Events Intern

Hollywood Chamber Expo 3.31.14

April 1st, 2014 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

On Mon­day, March 31, Pre­miere Events took part in the 26th annual Hol­ly­wood Expo at the Roo­sevelt Hotel.  Since 1921 the Hol­ly­wood Cham­ber of Com­merce has pro­moted and sup­ported busi­ness and cul­ture in the Hol­ly­wood com­mu­nity.  The event fea­tured booths hosted by local busi­ness own­ers, event plan­ners, exec­u­tives, and hos­pi­tal­ity pro­fes­sion­als. It was a great oppor­tu­nity for Hol­ly­wood busi­ness own­ers to come together and con­nect with each other and poten­tial clients.  Pre­miere Events delighted guests with a Bacon Wrapped Apri­cot Appe­tizer and a refresh­ing Mint Honey Whiskey Lemon­ade. Pre­miere also included a raf­fle where guests could win awe­some gifts and prizes.

- Michelle Uribe Pre­miere Events Intern

 

First Fridays at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

January 2nd, 2014 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

Every first Fri­day of the month at the Nat­ural His­tory Museum of Los Ange­les County, the com­mu­nity is wel­comed in to enjoy tours and dis­cus­sions by amaz­ing sci­en­tists. In addi­tion to learn­ing about LA’s nat­ural his­tory, wildlife, and urban habi­tats, First Fri­days are also com­plete with live con­certs and d DJ sets and a full bar is avail­able by Pre­miere Events!

In 2014 First Fri­days per­for­mances include!

Jan­u­ary 10th: Young­blood Hawke,Conaway, DJ Anthony Valdez, and Jeremy Sole

Feb­ru­ary 7th: Baths, Peak­ing Lights, DJ Anthony Valdez, and King Most

March 7th: San Fer­min, wild UP, Son Lux, DJ Anthony Valdez, and DJ Wiseacre

April 4th: Mikal Cronin, Tijuana Pan­thers, DJ Anthony Valdez, and DJ Raul Campos

Learn more about First Fri­days by click­ing here!

–Marie Sza­lkiewicz   Pre­miere Events Intern

Premiere Events and Lot 613 at the Lesbian and Gay Wedding Expo

December 10th, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

On Novem­ber 30th, 2014, Pre­miere Events and Lot 613 took part in the first ever, Fron­tiers Media Les­bian and Gay Wed­ding Expo at the Los Ange­les Ath­letic Club.  Pre­miere Events and Lot 613 had a booth at the expo where we mixed and min­gled with newly engaged cou­ples and cou­ples who have been together for decades who were all excited to get mar­ried.  This expo came at the per­fect time, right after gay mar­riages have become legal in the state of Cal­i­for­nia, so now, many cou­ple are get­ting to it!  Pre­miere Events also pro­vided the spe­cialty cock­tail bar where guests enjoyed wed­ding themed cock­tails and organic juice from Purity Organic.  Guests were given a drink ticket as they entered the expo, and then were able to get a “Blush­ing Bride,” “Hand­some Hubby” or “Wed­ding Cake Cock­tail,” made with cake vodka!  Pre­miere Events is look­ing for­ward to work­ing on many gay wed­dings in the years to come!

Also Check out the Out & About Inter­views at the Expo!

–Natalie Reynoso Mar­ket­ing Manager

The Beverly Hills artSHOW

December 4th, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

On Octo­ber 19th & 20th, 2013, Pre­miere Events was part of an incred­i­ble Bev­erly Hills Arts and Cul­tural Event.  From 10am — 5pm, the Bev­erly Hills Fall artSHOW was open to the pub­lic as a free event. It show­cased the work of 240 major artists from across the nation. Art­work included a vari­ety of paint­ings, sculp­tures, water­col­ors, pho­tog­ra­phy, mixed media, ceram­ics, jew­elry, draw­ings and print­mak­ing pieces. Artists were present at their booths to chat with vis­i­tors and sell their unique works. The art show spread over four blocks of the his­toric Bev­erly Gar­dens Park in the cen­ter of Bev­erly Hills. On Santa Mon­ica Boule­vard, the art stretched from Rodeo Drive to Rex­ford Drive. The Bev­erly Hills Fall artSHOW was also com­plete with food and drink for guests. There were rows of food trucks, a beer gar­den, and a wine gar­den each with a unique menu. Pre­miere Events hosted the Wine & Dine Gar­den, which pro­vided an exten­sive selec­tion of Red Wines, White Wines, Wine Trios, and a menu of snacks. Held each May and Octo­ber for over 40 years, the Bev­erly Hills artShow is one of the most pop­u­lar arts events in Cal­i­for­nia. An event not to be missed, be sure to keep an eye out for the next Bev­erly Hills artSHOW in Spring 2014!

–Marie Sza­lkiewicz  Pre­miere Events Intern

Catering for an Around the World Celebration!

October 26th, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

On Octo­ber 25, 2013, Pre­miere Events pro­vided food for the taste buds of 200 guests attend­ing a pri­vate Around the World Cel­e­bra­tion. The deli­cious menu had a vari­ety of dishes that allowed atten­dees to sam­ple fla­vors from all over the globe.

Faina, Chick­pea Flat­bread  with Chim­michurri Asado, was served to show­case the fla­vor of Argentina. This dish was a flat­bread made from chick­pea flower, topped with grilled steak, and a chim­michurri sauce – made from pars­ley, oregano, gar­lic, olive oil, and red chili flakes.

The taste of Trinidad and Tobago was pre­sented in the Curry Chicken Skew­ers, com­pleted with Egg­plant Rel­ish and Tomato Chut­ney Vinaigrette.

Cox­inha was served as the Brazil­ian dish. The Brazil­ian Chicken Cro­quettes resem­bled falafel and were served as on-bites with remoulade.

A potato dish, Papa a la Huan­caima, exem­pli­fied Peru with a dis­tinct and exquis­ite spicy cheese sauce.

Tra­di­tional Costa Rican Ceviche was served in a shot glass with the choice  between Mar­lin or Corv­ina for fish.

The USA was rep­re­sented with Grilled Cheese Bites with Gaz­pa­cho Soup Shots and Mini Fried Chicken and Waf­fles.

The dish of the UK was Angels on Horse­back, oys­ters wrapped in bacon atop but­tered toast points, gar­nished with watercress.

The fla­vor of Mex­ico was per­fectly salted chips and a savory guacamole.

From Nor­way, Fig and Wal­nut Tape­nade with creamy goat cheese was served on a baguette to sat­isfy the taste buds of the guests.

A favorite of Swe­den, Meat­balls Liha­pul­lat — beef meat­balls topped with Logan­berry Jam, was also served as part of the menu.

Lastly, the dessert sta­tion had Cana­dian favorites, French Cana­dian Lemon Pie Bites, as well as Cana­dian Short­bread and Molasses Cookies.

The guests left the Around the World Cel­e­bra­tion hav­ing expe­ri­enced tra­di­tional, delec­table foods from many dif­fer­ent countries!

–Marie Sza­lkiewicz   Pre­miere Events Intern

Breaking Bad at the Hollywood Forever Cemetary

October 1st, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

Last week we said our final good­byes to an AMC favorite series, Break­ing Bad. Fans gath­ered at the famous Hol­ly­wood For­ever Ceme­tery to view the first and final episode on the large “screen” in the ceme­tery.   When the screen­ing con­cluded and the lights came on, view­ers lis­tened while Jimmy Kim­mel hosted a Q&A ses­sion with some of the cast members.

For­tu­nately, the cel­e­bra­tions did not stop once the finale ended.  500 VIP’s fled to the cemetery’s Masonic Lodge for the after party filled with cast mem­bers, fans, and music from a live DJ. Pre­miere Events pro­vided guests with exquis­ite bar ser­vices by serv­ing Bush­mills Whiskey spe­cialty cock­tails which were named; The One Who Knocks, Tread Lightly, TBN, and Blue Ice.

Every­thing includ­ing the décor,  the music,  the friendly atmos­phere, was inspired by Break­ing Bad and the wrap party was an amaz­ing way to say good­bye to the fan favorite TV series Break­ing Bad.

–Emily Bren­ner Pre­miere Events

Mad Decent Block Party

September 15th, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

Pre­miere Events was thrilled to be a part of The Mad Decent Block Party in Los Ange­les on Sep­tem­ber 14, 2013. This year, The Mad Decent Block Party trav­eled to 13 cities around the nation. LA Cen­ter Stu­dios host­edthe tal­ent of many major DJs, Major Lazer,  Matt & Kim, RiFF RAFF, Big Gigan­tic, Clock­work,  The Par­tysquad,  Samo Sound Boy, Sasha Go Hard, SJ El Dusty and Liz shook.  It’s largest event to date, Mad Decent had its great­est num­ber of atten­dees, and Pre­miere Events was there to quench the thirst of the crowd with deli­cious drinks and cock­tails. Guests enjoyed a day filled with amaz­ing beats, food ven­dors, drinks, and other on-site activ­i­ties to bring sum­mer to a per­fect close.

–Marie Sza­lkiewicz    Pre­miere Events Intern

MIA Concert at Lot 613">MIA Concert at Lot 613

August 14th, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events | Lot 613 | recent event - (Comments Off)

Remem­ber­ing a very spe­cial event from 2009, MIA held a close and inti­mate per­for­mance for 500 peo­ple to release her new record label, N.E.E.T. Record­ings, at Lot 613. The secre­tive show sold out in a mere 20 min­utes upon announce­ment. The show fea­tured most of her pop­u­lar work, like “Paper Planes” and “Bam­boo Banga”. Other live enter­tain­ment included DJ Blaqs­tarr, Mil­lion Dol­lar Mano, Them Jeans,  Pase Rock.

- Kate Rabatsky, Pre­miere Events Intern

All Day I Dream

July 14th, 2013 | Posted by Marketing in Events - (Comments Off)

On June 16, Pre­miere Events headed  to Hum­ming­bird Nest Ranch, a truly breath­tak­ing venue tucked away into the moun­tains of Simi Val­ley, to pro­vide our bar exper­tise at All Day I Dream’s West Coast Sum­mer Opener.   DJs; Lee Bur­ridge and HOJ brought their cre­ative tunes and energy, adding to the already breath­tak­ing scenery. Despite the heat, the Burn­ing Man crowd was ready to rave all night long. Guests were dressed in their most fes­tive attire includ­ing biki­nis and head­dresses and tutus with hula-hoops. Pre­miere Events offered a full bar includ­ing Blue­berry Lemon­ade – a refresh­ing spe­cialty cock­tail made with Lemon­ade, Blue­berry Vodka, and fresh blueberries.

–Emily Bren­ner Pre­miere Events