Lebowski Fest will be held on Apr. 25 at the Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles, CA.
you can count on scoring the best seats available to a show. There's even an alert that you can set up, so that you're immediately
notified about the latest tour dates and venues for your favorite event. Tickets to Lebowski Fest are now on sale! Book your
tickets soon, because lots of people love the movie The Big Lebowski, and this event will be packed to the brim full of fans.
Here's your chance to be a part of all the excitement! Head over to StubHub today!
Big Lebowski was one of the most popular films released in 1998, telling a hilarious story about a slacker hippie on a quest
to find his rug. The movie became a fan favorite and a cult phenomenon. If you're a fan of the flick, here's your chance to
attend Lebowski, an ever-popular annual fan event! At this gathering, you can watch it and analyze it to your heart's content,
and also discuss it with other fans who are just as passionate about the movie as you are.
Hardcore Lebowski fans are
typically nicknamed Achievers, and they get together every year in honor of the hit movie, even showing up at the event dressed
as their favorite characters! If you're a hardcore fan of The Big Lebowski or even a casual fan, you'll fit right in. So what
are you waiting for? StubHub has your tickets available, and if you book yours soon, you're sure to have a chance of getting
the best seats in the house. Gather some of your friends together and buy some tickets while there's still some left!
A play-by-play of the first Lebowski Fest ever to take place is included in Mike Walsh's detailed account
of his bowling trip through each of the 50 U.S. states, called Bowling Across America.
Fest is a yearly festival that started in 2002 in Louisville, Kentucky, in celebration of the 1998 cult film The Big Lebowski,
a movie written and directed by Joel Coen and Ethan Coen. The event usually takes place over two nights, featuring a screening
of the film, live music, and a bowling party attended by several of the movie's fans. The gathering is typically held in its
home city of Louisville, but it has also taken place in Milwaukee, New York, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Austin, Seattle, Chicago,
San Francisco, Portland, London, Boston, and Pittsburgh. Many stars from The Big Lebowski have showed up at the fest in the
years since it began, such as Jeff Bridges, Julianne Moore, John Goodman, Steve Buscemi, and John Turturro.
Fest was co-founded by Will Russell and Scott Shuffitt, two natives of Louisville. Russell and Shuffitt, along with Bill Green
and Ben Peskoe, wrote the book, I'm a Lebowski, You're a Lebowski: Life, The Big Lebowski, and What Have You. Additionally,
a documentary has been made about Lebowski Fest, titled The Achievers.
Lebowski Fest has also been featured on the Food
Network show "Ace of Cakes." The episode called "The Big Cakeowsk" shows the Charm City Cakes staff making a movie-themed
cake and dropping it off at Lebowski Fest in Louisville.
The Dude Abides is the British equivalent of Lebowski Fest,
which takes place in London each year.
The Big Lebowski is set in the early 1990s. Jeff Bridges plays Jeff Lebowski,
a jobless Los Angeles slacker and ardent bowler nicknamed "the Dude." After he is mistaken for someone else, the Dude gets
introduced to a very wealthy man also named Jeffrey Lebowski. When the millionaire Lebowski's trophy wife gets kidnapped,
he puts the Dude on a mission to deliver the ransom in order to get her released. However, the plan gets all messed up when
the Dude's friend Walter Sobchak (John Goodman) devises his own plan to keep the full ransom. Other stars of the movie include
Julianne Moore, Steve Buscemi, and John Turturro. The supporting actors include Philip Seymour Hoffman, David Huddleston,
and Tara Reid. The Big Lebowski was met with dismal U.S. box office results, and garnered mixed reviews after it was released.
However, reviews of the movie have grown more positive over the years, and fans appreciate the movie more as time goes on.
film features music by Carter Burwell, cinematography by Roger Deakins, and editing by Tricia Cooke and Roderick Jaynes.
Big Lebowski scored 8th place on Entertainment Weekly's Funniest Movies of the Past 25 Years list. The movie was also placed
at No. 34 on their list of "The Top 50 Cult Films," and at No. 15 on the publication's "The Cult 25: The Essential Left-Field
Movie Hits Since '83" list. Additionally, Entertainment Weekly placed The Dude at No. 14 in their poll of "The 100 Greatest
Characters of the Last 20 Years." The movie also scored a nomination for the Grand Prix of the Belgian Film Critics Association.