It’s a new era for the Oscars, and it’s shaping up to be one of the biggest events in the year-long tradition.

The Oscars will kick off on Sunday night, Jan. 6, 2018, and the first half of the show is already underway.

Here are some things to know about the Oscars and the awards show:What are the rules for the ceremony?

You won’t need a ticket to see the ceremony.

You can still get tickets on the Internet or in person, but the Academy will not give them away.

You will need to use a paid subscription service or buy a ticket from the Academy.

Tickets for the event will go on sale Monday, Feb. 6 at noon ET on www.oscars.org, a free site that allows fans to order tickets.

You don’t need to have an official membership to watch or attend the Oscars.

You can purchase tickets to see or attend a screening or live stream.

You’ll be able to watch your favorite celebrities in person.

The Academy will stream the Oscars live on its online platform on Monday, Jan 9 at 8 p.m.

ET, which will be available to members.

On Monday, a live stream of the Oscars will be shown in select theaters nationwide.

You will be able get a photo with the stars at the ceremony, which is on Saturday, Feb 7.

If you’re in the New York area, you’ll be seeing the ceremony on Saturday and Sunday, Jan 8, in the Empire State Plaza, which has a capacity of 1.5 million people.

The Oscars will have a live video stream of its live stream on Sunday, Feb 10 at 7 p.p.m., which is available to the general public.

On Sunday, the Academy announced it would make its live streaming schedule available to its members on the Academy’s website, which includes links to individual shows.

It also said that all tickets and tickets for the show are currently free, though the Academy has yet to announce a fee.

There are still a few big ticket items that are on sale.

You’ll find an official price for the film and TV awards and the Best Picture Oscar on the Oscars website.

The Academy will also be selling tickets to the Oscar and BAFTA awards.

And finally, the Oscars are offering a free photo with each of the stars.

You’re not allowed to wear a red tie, a red dress, a gold or silver bracelet, or any other type of jewelry.

You cannot wear the same item multiple times.

And you can’t wear glasses, hearing aids, or medical devices.

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