According to a post on Max Key's Facebook page, his 21st birthday party this Friday is shaping up to be quite the celebration.
The Prime Minister's son sent out an invitation to his party via Facebook, promising "alcohol and sh*t yarns" would be provided.
In another Facebook post about the event, Key said "a f**k load of alcohol" was being provided free of charge, "so no need to BYO".
With the party taking place at the Key family home in Parnell, he also laid out some party-going rules.
"Firstly, as you can imagine, security needs to be quite tight, so no name on list = no entry. A photo ID will be needed," Key wrote.
"As the event is at my house, we'd like it to be no smoking. I know this sucks for some durry munchers, but this is my parents' wishes." (sic).
Key goes on to tell party-goers that two buses will be leaving his house later in the evening to go to an event at a bar in Britomart.
"I can't wait to see you all, it's going to be an epic night," he wrote.
The Facebook invitation Spy saw had more than 150 people attending the party.
Key, who appears to have bleached his hair ahead of the big birthday, has certainly been busy the last few weeks.
He DJed for a large Christchurch crowd last week and is in the middle of a two-week shoot for a racy video for his second single.
Produced by Lily and Louis director Jon Ramage, the video is being shot in Auckland, Waiheke and Mt Maunganui, with a sexy model making a steamy appearance.
And it's been a big week for John Key and his wife Bronagh, too.
As well as hosting their son's 21st at home this Friday, the couple were in Paris over the weekend, attending daughter Stephie's graduation from art school.