Then you could bring a few friends to Justin Bieber’s Miami Beach New Year’s Eve concert.
The Biebs, who’s finishing his current world tour in Europe, is set to perform a short show and celebrate the arrival of 2017 at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, the resort announced Tuesday.
“Our poolside New Year’s Eve concerts have become the place to be in Miami Beach,” said resort spokeswoman Ana Lanzas. “We are very excited about having another great artist who’s at the top.”
Bieber, 22, is slated to sing for slightly more than 30 minutes right around midnight.
“It’s not his full-fledged concert,” Lanzas said. “It’s more like what he’d do at a festival.”
Of course, it’ll cost fans a pretty penny to have the singer of Sorry and Boyfriend serenade them during the momentous occasion.
General admission tickets start at $500, which includes open premium bar until midnight.
There’s also the $40,000 package, which includes 25 tickets close to the stage, a private bar stocked with three magnums of vodka and eight of champagne and party favors.
New Year’s Eve shows at the Fontainebleau have lured top acts in the past, including Lady Gaga, Drake, Adam Levine and The Weeknd.