It's not too late to buy your tickets to the 2015 Primetime EMMY® Awards! Not at all. In fact, it's about the only way you'll make sure that you get to experience the electric atmosphere, the fun and the thrills of this major awards show. The show is going down on September 20th, so reserve your tickets and make your plans now to attend the shop and as many after-parties as you can handle, or you're going to miss it again.
In 2015, Breaking Bad won't be around to gobble up all the awards. Something or somebody else has to win outstanding drama. AMC, Breaking Bad's parent channel, is going to be hoping some other program of theirs gets the kind of notice that Walter White and company produced. Next year's going to be different. There will be new contenders, new winners and new hearts broken. The best way to find out is to get your tailpiece on over to the show, and the best place to get your tickets to the 2015 Primetime EMMY® Awards and the super-duper, once in a lifetime, you'll-cry-if-you-miss-it after-party.
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2015 EMMY'S PARTY GUIDE
Thursday, Sept. 17th
7PM: Audi Party at Cecconi’s West Hollywood
Always popular, the Emmys’ official ride welcomes many from the regular Hollywood party circuit. - See more at: http://www.thewrap.com/emmy-parties-what-are-the-top-invites-guest-lists-of-2015-updating/#.dpuf
Cost: $990 per person
Friday, Sept. 18th
9PM - , Fig and Olive, West Hollywood
*Top Pick* – Entertainment Weekly’s Pre-Emmy Party
Inside Scoop: This is a hard ticket with a bustling bar, full couches, and a dryclean-inducing cramped smoking courtyard. With minimal press inside here, it’s more relaxed. EW goes out of its way to include new fall series’ talent too.
Cost: $2,490 per person
Sunday, Sept. 20th (After Parties)
1,500 pounds of filet mignon and 10,576 litres of Fiji water will mix with 4,000 guests at the first post-show stop, the one place you are guaranteed to see everyone for a brief moment.
Cost: $2,490 per person
As the telecast host, Fox will host a post party. They usually stay downtown. More details to follow.
Cost: $3,490 per person
*Top Pick* – HBO (at Pacific Design Center)
HBO set a new record with 126, with 24 just for “Game of Thrones.” The Emmy champ returns to West Hollywood for an always ornate feast and dance party in a transformative tent.
Cost: $4,590 per person (almost sold out)