Justin Bieber Will Headline Fontainebleau’s NYE Celebrations

Justin Bieber
It may seem early to start planning your New Year’s Eve—unless you are a true Belieber—in which case you better get your credit cards your stat. That’s because The Fontainebleau has announced that Justin Bieber will be their headline poolside act, following up last year’s party with Kygo and The Weekend.
The iconic hotel does have a knack for drawing the most commercially popular acts and snagging Justin Bieber shows they are at the top of their entertainment game. The annual New Year’s Eve party sections off the beachside playground behind to hotel to effectively become an enormous outdoor club, complete with bars, and stage-side tables and cabanas that double as ultra-VIP tables. Ticket prices for this event will start at $500 for a general admission ticket and go all the way up to $40,000 for a stage-side table that has space for up to 30 guests. All of the packages have open bar from 9pm til midnight and can be purchased online at Fontainebleau.com/NYE.
Those more of the EDM persuasion will be able to catch Grammy Award-winning producer and famous DJ Skrillex at LIV for an all-night set.  They’ll be offering revelers the chance to get a birds eye view of the club from private skyboxes and VIP tables.
Getting top acts is part of Fontainebleau President & COO, Philip Goldfarb’s game. “Fontainebleau’s annual New Year’s Eve celebration continues to raise the bar year after year,” he explains naming top talent such as Drake, Lady Gaga, and Adam Levine who have all performed at the hotel in the past. “We’re thrill to make Fontainebleau one of the best New Year’s Eve destinations in the world,” says Goldfarb who has helped mold the entertainment aspect of the hotel since the property’s grand reopening in 2009.
The best part about a night out at the Fontainebleau is dinner beforehand at one of their restaurants. Call for reservations at Scarpetta, Hakkasan or Stripsteak by Michael Mina.
Justin Bieber performing with Matt Lauer
Justin Bieber performing with Matt Lauer