Webster Hall is one of North America's most prestigious and historic entertainment venues. Located in New York City's East Village, Webster Hall has hosted performances and major events from across all spectrums of culture since it's construction in 1886. This 40,000 square foot architectural gem, landmarked by New York City in 2008, is soaked in NYC history and lore. Built as event hall, it served as a gathering place for the immigrant population of the surrounding neighborhood in the late 1800's and later became a palace of hedonism and leftist expression for Bohemians, anarchists and artists in the first decades of the 1900's. Purportedly owned by Al Capone during Prohibition, it later became known as Webster Hall Studios in the 1950's, functioning as RCA's East Coast recording studio - Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, Frank Sinatra and countless other icons recorded albums on the Grand Ballroom stage. In 1980 it became the infamous and influential rock and punk club The Ritz, where U2, Depeche Mode and The Cure played their first North American shows. In 1992, at the height of 90's club culture, Webster Hall was reborn.
With 6 unique environments and a 1,500 capacity performance hall on the second floor, Webster Hall routinely hosts the most celebrated events in the world. Performances by every type of musical artist take place daily - Ray Charles, Paul Simon, Green Day, Madonna, The Killers, Prince, Nine Inch Nails, Micheal Bublé, Jack White. Adele, and Mick Jagger are among many of the notables that have graced Webster Hall's three internationally recognized stages in recent years.
Webster Hall has made an indellible mark on New York City nightlife and club culture. Open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, the entire building transforms into the City's most famous 4 story adventure. Over half a million club-goers fill it's dance floors yearly. Webster Hall's weekly parties, as well at it's infamous annual events such as Webster Hell (Halloween) and the New Year's Eve Ball, are among the most well-attended and best produced events in the nightlife community.
In the 1910's, Eugene O'Neil - the great American playwright and leftist political thinker - declared Webster Hall "the crown of the East Village". In 2004, Prince declared Webster Hall "the best stage in NYC". Experience the venue that for over 128 years has been a focal point of culture, celebration and freedom in the heart of the world's greatest stage: New York City.
House PartyClick for info and tickets
Ladies FREE all night / Guys reduced admission before Midnight and $25 after
(Prices subject to change)
Webster Hall proudly presents the biggest weekly hip-hop event NYC has ever seen. House Party gathers crowds from across genres together under one enormous roof in true house party fashion. At the helm of Webster Hall’s Grand Ballroom is marquee hip-hop vanguard Just Blaze alongside NY mainstay DJ Soul. Va$htie and Oscar curate the Marlin Room, transforming it into their infamous bash “1992”.. Classic reggae and dancehall reign in the Balcony Lounge courtesy of the “Electric Punnany” party. Brick Bandits Kingpins DJ Sliink & Dirty South Joe, unleash a lethal weekly assault of club, trap and bass bangers in The Studio basement. Expect to witness any number of very special guests make an appearance.
Girls & BoysClick for info and tickets
$15 in advance / $25 at the door
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Bringing the most cutting edge names in dance music to the stage for over 5 years, Girls & Boys continues to shape the musical and nightlife landscapes of NYC. This 2000+ person weekly party has featured the biggest artists on the scene: Justice, deadmau5, A-Trak, Disclosure, Boys Noize and Dillon Francis - just to name a few.
Brite NitesClick for Info + Tix!
$20 in advance / $35 at the door
(Prices subject to change)
'brite nites' is an interactive party experience that brings passionate dance music fans a combination of the biggest names in dance music alongside the stars of tomorrow. It's about celebrating the unity that dance music culture has given us and letting loose in a building that has been celebrating music and freedom of expression for 128 years.
Webster HellWEBSTER HELL is a once in a lifetime event. All 4 massive floors of Webster Hall transform into a twisted mausoleum filled with heart-pounding dance music, hair-raising spectacles, and a Halloween party experience one will never forget.
New Year's Eve Ball
For 128 years, people of the WORLD have lost themselves inside the massive multi-level PARTY superstructure known as Webster Hall. With 4 heart-pounding dancefloors, 6 beautiful unique rooms and 40,000 square feet of extravagant entertainment, Webster Hall is an adventure no witness will ever forget. New Year's Eve at Webster Hall is the biggest night of the year - the mother of all parties; the event where all your dreams come true. Thousands of people gather to celebrate the beginning of a new year, to express their love of life and release their wildest fantasies at what truly is The Greatest Party on Earth!
HOW DO I GET TO WEBSTER HALL?We are located on 125 E 11st NY, NY 10003 between 3rd Ave. and 4th Ave. From Penn Station- You can take the A,C,E trains downtown to 14th st. Transfer to the L going towards Brooklyn and get off at Union Sq 14th street. Click here for directions!
I BOUGHT ADVANCE TICKETS ONLINE USING A CREDIT CARD .... DO I NEED TO HAVE THE CARD TO GET IN?Yes. You need the confirmation # or print out ticket, a valid ID and the credit card used to purchase the tickets. ALSO acceptable is photocopy of credit card used to purchase the tickets and a photocopy of that persons ID. Basically bring as much information as you can to prove that the person is you.
HOW OLD DO I NEED TO BE TO ENTER?You need to be 19 with valid ID to attend nightclub events. Concert age restrictions vary - see events calendar for specific concert information.
WHAT TYPE OF ID DO I NEED?Government issued photo ID is required for entry. Valid (not expired) state ID, drivers license or passport. NO COLLEGE IDS AND NO PHOTOCOPIED ANYTHING. Temporary licenses from the DMV are acceptable with an additional VALID photo ID. Birth certificates accompanied by a non-government issued photo ID are not accepted.
WHAT TIME DO YOU OPEN FOR CLUB EVENTS?Club doors open at 10 pm. Our doors close at 3:30 am. The club closes around 4:30 am.
WHAT TIME DO YOU OPEN FOR CONCERTS?Concert times vary. Please see our events calendar for information on specific concerts.
WHAT TIME IS THE ARTIST PERFORMING?For club events: Headlining DJs usually begin around 1am in the Grand Ballroom. For concerts: Set times are available at the front door before the concert. You can also call 212-353-1600 for more set time information.
I LOST MY ID/JACKET/WALLET/ETC. HAS IT BEEN HANDED IN?Please call our repception desk between 10am and 6pm Monday-Saturday at 212-353-1600.
WHAT IS THE DRESS CODE?Concerts generally do not have a dress code. For nightclub events we advise you to dress trendy, or as if going out to a nice restaurant.
HOW DO I GET ON THE GUESTLIST?Sign up for the guestlist by clicking HERE. Guest list is not open for sold out events and certain club nights. Guestlist is for nightclub events only and does not apply to concerts.
CAN I COME AND BUY TICKETS FROM YOU?Presale tickets are available at the Webster Hall Box Office (125 E 11th Street between 3rd and 4th Ave) for concerts, The Studio and otherwise specified shows, Mon-Sat from 10AM- 6PM.
THE SHOW I WANT TO ATTEND IS SOLD OUT. CAN I STILL BUY TICKETS AT THE DOOR?Sometimes. Call 212-353-1600 for information on door ticket availability.
WHAT DOES MY VIP MEMBERSHIP CARD ENTITLE ME TO?Free admission before 1am on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights for nightclub events. Does not apply to sold out events. Does not apply to concerts and special events.
HOW DO I RESERVE A VIP TABLE/BOTTLE SERVICE?Call 917-302-0847 or visit websterhall.com/vip. Tables are usually available for purchase at the door.
HOW DO I PURCHASE PARTY PACKAGES?Call 917-302-0847 or visit websterhall.com/vip. Party packages are usually available for purchase at the door.