An Enormous Private New Year's Eve Party Is Set To Take Place In San Diego

December 20, 2020

San Diego-based event production company Night Access, which bills itself as a producer of "high end parties for high end people", is reportedly in the process of organizing a massive New Year's Eve party, despite the regional-stay-at-home order being extended this week and low intensive care unit bed capacity. 

After hosting an absolute rager of a party this past Halloween (video with scenes from the event can be viewed below), where it was estimated that approximately 600 people were in attendance, Night Access is ready to do it again for New Year's Eve. Although the SanDiegoVille Instagram account has been blocked since we shared scenes from the company's Halloween party, tipsters alerted us to the NYE party and sent over screenshots of Night Access's founder promoting via his Instagram profile the invite-only New Year's Eve Masquerade party that will take place this week at a private residence in La Jolla. The promo graphic for the party states that proceeds from the event, in which men are asked to donate $500 and women are able to attend for free, will go to benefit charity. Organizers claim that $10,000 from the Halloween event was donated to Father Joe's Village. 

Earlier this week, California state officials extended the regional stay-at-home order for San Diego County and the rest of Southern California due to record COVID-19 transmissions and an estimated zero ICU bed capacity for the entire region. The regional stay-at-home order bars gatherings of people from different households, as well as indoor operations at restaurants, bars, wineries, distilleries, museums, hair salons, personal care services, movie theaters, zoos, family entertainment centers, and more.