Academy Awards Celebration to Feature Signature Orange Carpet Arrivals
PALM SPRINGS – February 13, 2018: In celebration of the 90th annual Academy Awards, TRIO Restaurant in Palm Springs will host the ninth annual “Hollywood’s Biggest Night” to benefit AAP-Food Samaritans at 4 pm on Sunday, March 4, 2018. The glittering evening will include signature ‘orange carpet’ arrivals featuring a group of paparazzo, and a special greeting from dynamic hostess and local celebrity, Bella da Ball. The Oscars® pre-show and awards presentations will be viewed on special screens throughout Trio’s bar and restaurant areas. 
“Year after year, this continues to be a magical evening of dining, drinks, and the greatest awards show on earth,” said Tony Marchese, owner of Trio. “Starting with the walk down the orange carpet and the flashbulbs going off as guests arrive, the energy in the room is electric and the excitement builds as we wait with anticipation for each winner to be announced. Everyone has such a wonderful time, and every year is more entertaining than the last.”
Tickets for Hollywood’s Biggest Night start at $125 per person for bar seating, $150 for general seating, and $175 for VIP/premium seating, which includes a prix-fixe six-course dinner, well drinks, wine, and champagne. Tickets may be purchased in advance HERE or by calling AAP at 760/325-8481.
“TRIO is the best place in the Valley to experience the magic and excitement of Oscar night,” said Mark Anton, CEO/Executive Director of AAP-Food Samaritans. “Their exceptional staff makes everyone feel like an A-list celebrity, and we are extremely grateful that AAP-Food Samaritans is once again the beneficiary of this entertaining and highly anticipated event.”
Since its founding in 1991, AAP-Food Samaritans remains dedicated to providing nutritional support to improve the quality of the lives of people living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic diseases. Initiated by a small group of concerned citizens led by the late Gloria Greene and Jeannette Rockefeller, AAP provides food to members of the community with low incomes. For more information, please call 760/325-8481 or visit