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Famed tenor Andrea Bocelli is expected to perform an intimate show at a private dinner for 50 people at Hunt and Fish Club on Monday night — for a whopping $20,000 per ticket, Page Six is told.
We’re told a celebrity-studded crowd is expected (who else could afford it?) at the Times Square haunt for the once-in-a-lifetime affair, and that American singer-songwriter Amelia Milo is expected to perform a few songs with the Italian master.
Milo’s promoting her holiday song, “The First Time I Saw Snow,” which is out now.
Needless to say, like everything else in 2021, it somehow involves blockchain. The tickets went on sale on FlatterNFT, a website that sells the ubiquitous NFT digital files as well as experiences and collectibles.
The steakhouse is owned by Anthony “The Mooch” Scaramucci, who also happens to be selling some items on Flatter. Up for purchase on the site is a bottle of whiskey with a surreal portrait of the former White House staffer on the label.
The bottle also works as a ticket to Scaramucci’s SALT Conference — which is billed as “the premier global thought leadership and networking forum for finance, technology and geopolitics” — next year. A lifetime SALT membership is also for sale, which includes a “power breakfast” with the Mooch himself.
Grammy-nominated classical singer Bocelli is in town to play a couple of shows at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday and Thursday nights, before going on a nationwide tour of the United States.
He spent the rest of the year touring in Europe.
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