A red carpet will be lining the way for attendees at The Springs Cinema & Taphouse fun-filled “Night At The Oscars” viewing party. The event, which begins at 7pm on Sunday February 24th, will benefit the AFLAC Cancer and Blood Disorders Center at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta. This Academy Awards viewing party will be one of the first major events to be held at the spectacular, newly designed and renovated Springs Cinema & Taphouse.
Event attendees will have the opportunity to interact with several local Atlanta film makers and industry designers, as well as win a variety of fabulous prizes during the commercial breaks of the telecast. The event will be held in The Springs’ largest auditorium, where guests can watch the celebrity-filled show as they relax in Georgia’s only luxury heated recliners.
There will be a $20 donation per person, which includes food, drinks and a raffle ticket. To purchase tickets to The Springs’ Academy Awards Viewing Party, please visit http://bit.ly/TheSpringsOscars2019.
As the theater was designed to be an exciting new neighborhood destination, several local Sandy Springs restaurants will also be participating in this fundraiser by serving food at the event, including il Giallo Osteria, Mod Pizza, Tin Drum Asian Kitchen and Zoe’s Kitchen.
The Academy Awards party will be the first of many film industry events at the theater, as The Springs already has a line-up of screenings, film premieres and cast parties booked in this stylish new space in the coming months.
The Springs Theater & Taphouse is located at 5920 Roswell Road, Suite C103 in Sandy Springs. For up to the minute movie information, please call 404.255.0100 and 404.252.2799 for the theater office. The theater is open from 11am until midnight Monday through Sunday. For more information and an up-to-the-minute listing of movies, please visit www.springscinema.com.
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