New Year’s Eve Masquerade Gala@Hotel Del Coronado
Ring in the New Year at a Masquerade Gala in the new Southpointe Ballroom in Victorian style, with spectacular performances, dancing to a live 9-piece band, live-action food stations for a heavy reception-style dinner, awe-inspiring live performances, and more.
Black tie attire is encouraged. Victorian-era style and masquerade masks would also be appropriate for this glittering, magical event.
Note: All attendees must be 21+.
7:45 – 8:30pm: Reception in the Southpointe Ballroom Foyer
8:30pm – 1am: Gala Event in Southpointe Ballroom
Approximately 9:40pm: Fireworks show can be viewed on the beach
General Admission: $390* per person
Includes everything above (seating not guaranteed)
Reserved Seating: $450* per person
Includes everything above with guaranteed reserved seating
VIP Lounge for 8 Guests: $5,000*
Includes everything above plus guaranteed reserved lounge seating near the dance floor for up to 8 guests.
Live-action food stations & open bar (choose the Reserved Seating ticket level for guaranteed seating)
Awe-inspiring Victorian-style masquerade performances throughout the evening
Live 9-piece band (The Class Band) and a live DJ
Midnight champagne toast
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Why is Coronado Hotel so famous?
Built in 1888, the Hotel del Coronado is one of the last surviving wooden Victorian beach resorts in the world. It’s also the second-largest such structure in the United States.
Is Coronado Beach free?
Unlike other beaches across the country, there are no fees to visit. Coronado’s stretch of beach is public, meaning you’re welcome to enjoy it at your leisure. You can even find free parking nearby.
Why Coronado Beach is popular?
The long sandy beaches here are special and literally sparkle, thanks to the mineral mica in its golden sand. It’s just one of the reasons Coronado was ranked No. 15 on Tripadvisor’s 2022 Travelers Best tally of best beaches in the United States, and has regularly landed on other top-beaches lists.
Do any famous people live on Coronado Island?
Several celebrities lived in Coronado, including Charlie Chaplin, Dick Van Dyke, silent film star Anita Page, commercial-making popcorn king Orville Redenbacher, Nick Reynolds of The Kingston Trio and Daniel Stern.
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