Tickets for the 2014 AVN Awards are now on sale. In addition to fan ticket packages ranging from $175 to $400, AVN is introducing Golden Tickets. The new ticket category provides fans with the ultra-VIP experience, including box seating, an invitation to attend the performer-only cocktail party preceding the show, a ticket to the Official AVN Awards After-Party at Vanity Nightclub, and more.
The AVN Awards returns to The Joint in Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas on Saturday, January 18, 2014. Fans may purchase standard and Golden Tickets at https://avnawards.avn.com/tickets/.
Adult Industry tables for the award show are also on sale. Table options include 6-seat, 8-seat, and 10-seat sizes, priced between $1,600 and $2,500. Availability is limited, and industry members are encouraged to email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately to secure a table.
Chanel Preston and Wicked Pictures contract star Samantha Saint will host the 31st annual adult entertainment awards, dubbed “the Oscars of adult” by Entertainment Weekly. The must-attend, must-see event features the hottest stars from adult and mainstream pop culture. With a stylish red carpet pre-show and lavish star-studded ceremony, the AVN Awards celebrates outstanding achievements in the world of adult entertainment.
Tickets for the 2014 AVN Adult Entertainment Expo (AEE), the precursor to the AVN Awards show, also went on sale recently. Now in its 16th year, AEE takes place January 15-18, 2014 at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas.
AEE is part of a weeklong series of events produced by AVN Media Network at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Las Vegas, beginning with Internext and the AVN Novelty Expo and culminating with the 31st anniversary AVN Awards.
2013 marked the AVN Awards’ 30th anniversary. The sold-out gala event at The Joint featured a live performance from rap superstar Tyga along with hosts April Macie and adult stars Asa Akira and Jesse Jane. Celebrity presenters included Showtime’s Gigolos star Nick Hawk and VH1’s Love & Hip-Hop’s Stevie J. and Jocelyn.
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