Culture | February 12, 2013 9:00 am

Horde Games

Have you ever found yourself riding in a black car up Park Avenue after a particularly uneventful night out and wondering: where the hell is everybody?

They’re in here.

Introducing CultureHorde, a just-launched, private society that doles out access to posh events across the city — now accepting members.

These are the kinds of events that are typically restricted to high-level donors.

Their first: an exclusive, intimate concert with iconic musician Rodriguez — the subject of the recent Academy Award-nominated documentary Searching for Sugar Man — including cocktails and a chance to chat with Rodriguez personally.

Upcoming this summer: CultureHorde will close the Metropolitan Opera House for cocktails and a private performance by the Met’s rising stars; on a later date, they’ll host a symposium where former political prisoners walk you through life in captivity.

To join, simply sign up for a CultureHorde membership online, then keep an eye on your inbox, where invitations will begin to arrive.

All you need to do is access your pocket.