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Join us for our "One Dragon, One Party" event on Sunday, March 2nd at the historic Cat & Fiddle pub!
Celebrate our Feast of Starlight alongside your closest Tolkien friends as we celebrate our love for all things Middle-earth, including "The Hobbit"! The festivities begin with food and drink, to accompany a live screening of the 86th Academy Awards® - taking place only blocks from our party. Enjoy silent auctions, games, and more throughout the evening!
This will be a night of fun and fellowship - a rare chance to gather with fans from around the world. The party is being held at the historic The Cat & Fiddle restaurant in Hollywood. Originally built in 1929 to house movie studio wardrobes, this charming pub was opened in the early 80's and has served as host to many TORn celebrations and moots over the years.
Buy your tickets today - but don't delay, numbers for this very special event are limited! We hope to see you there!
Please note: Tickets are nonrefundable but are transferable up to February 28th.
PRESS COVERAGE: As this is a small event, we will not have press access to the event. Any press outlets wishing to report from the event should purchase a ticket. If you are interested in conducting interviews, please contact email@example.com.
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