Dallas, TX: Hobbit: Desolation of a Line Party
Date(s) - 12/12/2013 - 13/12/2013
6:00 pm - 3:30 am
AMC NorthPark 15
Placeholder event for The Hobbit: Desolation of Smaug line party in December 2013.
ATTENTION: EVERYONE who RSVP’s and then shows up to this line party event will be entered into a raffle to win a Hobbit-related door prize at the event. Raffle tickets are free, will not exceed the number of RSVP’s and we will be verifying participation. If you and 10 of your friends RSVP and SHOW UP, then you will receive 1 raffle ticket each. You must be present to qualify as your raffle ticket will be given to you at the event.
Dallas’s AMC event tied for 2nd place for largest line party for The Hobbit: An Unexpeted Journey on theonering.net, let’s shoot for THE largest line for 2013! How? Start by clicking the green “Join Now!”button on the top right-hand side of this page to RSVP today, then forward this event to all of your friends and tell them to do the same. After you RSVP be sure to check back often for updates on the event, then show up on December 12, 2013, preferably in costume, and ready to get your party on. Specific details will become available in late 2013 as the premier date approaches, but for now expect trivia contests, costume contests, and lots of fun with fellow Tolkien enthusiasts. Start working on your costume and brushing up on your Tolkien trivia today!
Check out the photo below for a photo of the amazing costumes from the Dallas Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey line party on December 13, 2012 for inspiration.
NOTE: We are currently recruiting volunteers for the next event, no previous experience required.
* What’s a line party? It’s a group of people who line up before a movie to play games and share some camaraderie while we wait for the movie to begin.
* What kind of games? We conduct trivia and costume contests, and we try to have a few cool prizes available for contest winners.
* What’s it cost? Just the normal price of a ticket, it’s FREE!
* Who runs it? Fans, plain and simple. We’re volunteers who do this to help other movie-goers pass the time with some (hopefully) entertaining distraction while you wait. With this in mind, please be patient if things don’t always go 100% smoothly, and don’t blame the theater, theonering.net and/or New Line if there are problems. If you have suggestions or would like to to assist to help things go more smoothly, we greatly welcome your input.