Today, Webster Hall stands firmly as NYC's largest and longest running nightclub and entertainment venue. With 5 or more unique environments throughout the building and a 1,500 capacity theatre space on the second floor, Webster Hall regularly hosts performances by the biggest artists in the world as well as the greatest parties on earth. Artists such as Ray Charles, Paul Simon, Green Day, The Killers, Prince, Nine Inch Nails, Micheal Bublé and Mick Jagger are among the notables that have graced Webster Hall's internationally recognized stage in recent years. Additionally, Webster Hall hosts the official NYC Halloween Parade Afterparty and New Years Eve Ball annually - spectacles of celebration that must be experienced to fully understand.
For 20 straight years, Webster Hall has operated as the number one danceclub in New York City. Open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, over half a Million guests will revel and dance together on its famous dancefloors this year. The Grand Ballroom is regularly home to performances by the top DJs on Earth - MSTRKRFT, Justice, Deadmau5 and Tiesto are just a few of the names that have electrified audiences and shook Webster Hall to its foundation on a club night. Each of Webster Hall's five unique environments feature a different style of music. Saturday nights, Webster Hall transforms into the World-famous CIRCUS party, with stilt-walkers, trapeze artists, tarot readers, fire breathers, snake ladies, go go dancers and other spectacles sprinkled throughout. With an entire street practically dedicated to Webster Hall traffic, it's easy to spot the gateway to the ultimate dance party in NYC. Among its many credentials, Webster Hall was named Nightclub & Bar Magazine's BEST CLUB of 2011.
From Al Capone to Amanda Palmer! Since 1886 it's hosted great live music, legendary parties and superb Broadway cast recordings. Catch a killer show here and see if the walls really do talk...
Built in 1886, you could hear anarchist Emma Goldman speak one night & on another night attend a society function for New York’s elite. Rumors persist that it was once owned by Al Capone.
The electro event Girls & Boys is a serious A.List dance party. Friday’s set gets a special upgrade with music by Juan MacLean & British electropop band Hot Chip. Expect 4 floors & hundreds of women.
Known as a concert hall for up and coming as well as established acts. It was once a venue for Broadway cast recordings.
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New York City
Performing Arts Venue