Webster Hall, located at 125 East on 11th Street, is a historical and architectural landmark in the heart of New York’s famous East Village area. It is not only one of the hottest nightclubs in NYC but also the largest, with 5 DJs, 4 floors, performance stages, luxurious lounges and 40,000 square feet of entertainment space. Webster Hall is one of America’s premiere entertainment venues & nightclub since the 90s.
Quite the oldest club in town, it has recently re-invented itself with plasma screens featuring cool deco-visions, advanced lighting system, new furniture and new bars into an exclusive venue for the ultimate dance party of the city that never sleeps. There is music of every type for every taste, played by big rock bands, small rock bands, pop performers, celebrity DJs, and even the rare unknown face. Among the famous acts that have played at the club are John Mayer, Pink, Green Day, Linkin Park and Lady GaGa
One of the many attractions, The Marlin Room is a dance hall that shakes to the Tops 40s & mash-up Beats mixed by those who man the Mac. The Grand Ballroom is a tremendous dance floor with one of the best stages of the country and an oversize TV screen from the club’s earlier days. Colored lights and a giant disco ball add a special touch. The upstairs balcony offers the trappings of a velvet-rope area, but mostly remains open to all.
Webster Hall is open Wednesday to Saturday 10 pm-5 am, and on Sunday till 12 am. Thursday is the ladies night, Friday nights are for girls and boys with special performances by Steve Aoki, Classixx and Destructo, while Circus Saturdays conjure the magic of the Show with trapeze artists and go-go dancers. The ‘Dollar Daze’ promotion entitles the client to one dollar drink specials and one dollar cover until midnight, to avail of which, you have to sign up at the club website and print out the offer voucher.
With variety acts such as art shows, tarot card readers, a pool hall, and nonstop music and dance, Webster Hall is the prime hotspot of NYC, where the party never stops!