Nebula New York City super club announces Spring 2022 lineup
This Spring, Nebula, Manhattan‘s newest nightclub and event destination, is bringing serious heat to the city, doubling down on its commitment to showcasing the best electronic music talent in the heart of the city.
Nebula is reviving New York‘s nightlife scene with its musical programming, state-of-the-art technology, and top-notch hospitality, which includes superstar festival headliners and Ibiza’s finest resident DJs. The club’s continued success marks a major turning point in NYC nightlife’s post-pandemic recovery, with its musical programming overseen by Nebula partner Rob Toma of Teksupport.
“We are tired of being prisoners to COVID,” said new NYC mayor Eric Adams, himself a former hospitality worker, earlier this month. Nebula is persevering in the face of adversity, keeping their doors open and remaining resilient. For those ready to hit the dance floor, Nebula is a place to call home in the heart of New York, located next to Bryant Park.
Nebula’s Spring 2022 lineup includes, among others, two epic back-to-back events with Eric Prydz.
The month of January at Nebula shows no signs of slowing down, with Apache, a Burning Man favorite, kicking off on January 29th. On the 3rd, a brand new party hosted by nightlife sorceress Ladyfag with a special guest performance by queen bee Lil’ Kim kicks off the February lineup. Hot Creations co-founder is Lee Foss set to bring the groove to Nebula on February 4th.
On the 10th, Luciano, a house and techno veteran, will make his Nebula debut, followed by underground legend Marco Carola on the 11th. On February 12th, NBA legend and house producer Rony Seikaly takes to the decks. Fresh from his Day Zero festival in the Mayan jungles, Damian Lazarus will take charge on the 18th, and All Day I Dream label head Lee Burridge returns to Nebula on February 19th. On the 25th, Germany’s Loco Dice will perform to bring February to a close.
AMÉMÉ, a New York favorite, will perform on March 11th, and Adam Beyer, the head of Drumcode Records, will perform on March 12th in Midtown. Looking ahead to Spring, Nebula has locked in Fedde Le Grand for April 2nd and two epic back-to-back nights with Eric Prydz on the 21st and 22nd. Jamie Jones, the head honcho of Paradise, will be back on April 23rd, with more to be announced soon.
Guy Gerber, Hot Since 82, Camelphat, Purple Disco Machine, Nic Fanciulli, as well as Steve Aoki, ZEDD, Gryffyn, and Malaa have all performed at Nebula in the past.
Tuesday Baby Tuesday, New York City’s longest-running weekly party in history, returned to Nebula this week after a hiatus due to the pandemic. Along with their internationally recognized resident talent, spinning everything from hip-hop to today’s Top 40, guest DJs will be hitting Nebula’s immersive stage each week for the iconic weekly event which has been an NYC staple since 1993.
Richie Romero, a former partner at Butter Group, the force behind 1OAK and Up&Down, and Yang Gao, co-founder of MIXX Lifestyle Group, came up with the idea for Nebula. Rob Toma, the founder of Teksupport and one of the most well-known figures in New York’s electronic music scene, is curating the musical programming. Special events are run by Erica Maurer, the co-founder of EMRG Media, which is responsible for producing hundreds of events each year.