Palm Tree NYE Rings in 2023 with Celebrities Galore
New Year’s Eve is one of those nights where the music, people and destinations are all equally hot. Palm Tree
New Year’s Eve is one of those nights where the music, people and destinations are all equally hot. Palm Tree NYE was the most talked-about bash of the new year, drawing celebrity crowds of the highest caliber from across the globe.
Darren Dzienciol has several stakes in the hospitality industry. His history of parties, pop-ups and planning the next cutting-edge affairs distinguishes him as a true revolutionary. With his concepts integrated into internationally-broadcasted events like Coachella, the SuperBowl and Cannes Film Festival, his expertise is ever-evolving and cements his position as a leading figure in nightlife and entertainment hosting.
St. Barths, or Bais de Saint Jean in Saint Barthelemy, is a popular Caribbean party hotspot year-round — and as a nightlife connoisseur, Dzienciol capitalized on this tropical draw for the first party of the year.
The Welcome Party 2023 Deserves: Palm Tree NYE
The Palm Tree NYE Party went down at Gyp Sea Club, hosted in partnership with Authentic Brands Group and Uncommon Entertainment. This “Bohemian Beach Club” rests on the edge of the island, where its guests enjoyed Don Julio 1942 — the official party sponsor of the night — and the pleasure of some successful, star-studded company as the clock struck midnight.
A High-Profile Guest List for Palm Tree NYE
This event drew the top tier businesspeople, celebrities, musicians, actors and athletes alike. Attendees included, but were not limited to:
- Businessman Michael Rubin;
- Fashion designer Rachel Zoe;
- “Dreams and Nightmares” rapper Meek Mill;
- “Bad and Boujee” artist Quavo;
- “Woah” rapper Lil Baby;
- Designer and real estate mogul Richard Stark and his wife Laurie;
- Football star Rob Gronkowski;
- TV host and model Camille Kostek;
- “Top Gun: Maverick” actor Miles Teller;
- Legendary musician Bon Jovi;
- Cloudkitchens CEO Travis Kalanick,
- Whatsapp co founder Jan Koum,
- “Cruel Intentions” actor Ryan Philippe,
- Billionaire real estate investor Barry Sternlicht,
- Walmart’s founding force, the Walton Family,
- Entertainment mogul Casey Wasserman,
- WhoWoreWhat founder and influencer Danielle Bernstein,
- Model and influencer Hana Cross,
- Brazilian model Izabel Goulart
- And more.
Musical Mayhem with Matching Ambiance
Several DJ acts moved the night along. Norwegian DJ Kygo blessed the beach with an EDM set throughout the night. Chantel Jeffries, famous for her musical talent and impressive roster of celebrity exes, spun a midnight set to welcome the new year.
The DJ booth was a tropical paradise, tucked behind lush greenery and suspended above the ground just so. Each outfit, from sheer mesh getups to ravishing and revealing cutout dresses and breezy white sets, truly capitalizes on the casual upscale vibe of the night.
Many celeb guests were rumored to pre-party on yachts in Caribbean waters and continued enjoying the festivities well into the next day.
Other Celeb NYE Parties Worldwide
Saturday night was abuzz with fireworks shows, DJ spins and other festivities. Las Vegas started 2023 with Kevin Hart, Pitbull and Bruno Mars dominating stages up and down the Strip. Others glittered and garnered attention with show-stopping outfits, including Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa. More still spread out around the country, with Ciara broadcasting a chromed-out set at Disneyland and Leonardo Dicaprio celebrating with cover girl models and Drake himself.
About Authentic Brands and Uncommon Entertainment
Authentic Brands keeps a portfolio chock full with household brand names. Juicy Couture, Sports Illustrated, Lucky Brand, Tad Baker and many more grace the list, along with celebrity athletes like Muhummad Ali and Shaquille O’Neal.
As an “experience agency,” Uncommon Entertainment is a leading force in live events and the hottest happenings in live music, festivals and events that draw crowds from all over. The all-inclusive services include conception, planning, production and marketing to cover the bases and create the highest-ticket events.