Wondering where to rock to welcome the New Year? Well if you have the dosh and the sash, we suggest you try one of Miami Beach wildest most exorbitant New Year’s Eve parties. Reputed for hosting one of the most wildest, expensive and the Who’s who get togethers across 29 cities, Miami Beach is all set to do it all again! This time, of course with a twist. According to clubZone, the webworld most powerful guide on parties and nightlife and the seller of tickets for more than 750 of the most popular and talked about New Year’s Eve parties in 29 cities from New York and Chicago to Los Angeles and Vancouver, this year’s Miami bash is going to be the best. In fact the online guide projects the total sale at $6,000,000 with more than $750,000 expected for the December 31st alone.
So what’s the call price? The most expensive ticket in North America is a $25,000 ticket for a Magnum Stageside Table at Miami’s Fountainbleu Hotel poolside. The perks include four Magnums of Belvedere Vodka, and four Magnums of Dom Perignon. And you’ll be entertained by DJ TIESTO!
Just in case you missed that bus, here’s another outrageous option. The Miami party at the W Hotel South Beach with a ticket price of $25K as well. Here you can bring 30 BFF’s and regale them with the same fine wine a dine.
Though if you want to rock into the New Year and beyond, head to the Eden Roc Hotel, where for just $20K, you can get 15 of your best friends into a Premier Ocean Garden Cabana including several bottles of premier liquor and live performance by Jason Derulo. Voila!
But if you believe in living King size, get a Kardashian in the mix at the Kourtney Kardashian’s “Ciroc the New Year” at Gansevoort South on Collins Ave in Miami Beach. Here a VIP table for two is only $650 with all the frills of a bash of a lifetime.
It’s new year in four days and what are you waiting for?
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