Webster Hall is North America’s premiere nightclub and live music entertainment venue. Located in New York City’s famous East Village, it can easily be said that Webster Hall was the first modern nightclub and event space of it’s kind in America. This 40,000 square foot architectural landmark first opened it’s doors in 1886 and has been a gathering place for the people of New York City and the World for 137 years.
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.