Miami's Six Most Expensive New Year's Eve 2014 Parties

Miami's Six Most Expensive New Year's Eve 2014 Parties

How much money is too much to blow on New Year's Eve? That's a trick question, because for the right wallet, the answer can only be, "There's no such thing."

Miami is a top-tier party destination and a big spender's paradise. So if you're looking to start 2014 by blowing $100,000 or so (because green faces get heavy), we here at Crossfade have got the perfect hangouts for you.

These are Miami's six most expensive NYE parties. And even if you're too poor for table service, you might still enjoy hating on these ticket prices.

See also: New Year's Eve 2014: Miami's 14 Best Parties

Luciano Vagabundos. With Argy, Rony Seikaly. Wednesday, December 31, 9 p.m., Story, 136 Collins Ave., Miami Beach; 305-538-2424; storymiami.com. Tickets cost $100 to $20,000 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up. Sure, you could play it safe and score general admission tix for $100. But why not enjoy Luciano's digital, four-songs-at-once swag from the comfort of a dance-floor table with 14 of your friends for $20,000? That is, if you can handle it. This party comes with complimentary premium open bar from 9 p.m. to midnight and a champagne toast. Sweet deal.

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Dirty South. Wednesday, December 31, 9 p.m., Wet at W South Beach, 2201 Collins Ave., South Beach; 305-938-3000; wsouthbeach.com/wet. Tickets cost $136.25 to $39,240 plus fees via wantickets.com. Ages 21 and up This electro-house superstar is coming all the way from Melbourne to party with you. So what's the big deal in droppin' almost $40K? For just $39,240 plus taxes, you and 29 of your best buddies (or people who pretend to be your friends) can fist-pump it out on your own stage in front of the VIP section. Open bar until midnight included. Sounds reasonable.

See also: NYE-Gone-Wild Stories From Miami


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