The sprawling 11,000 square foot, multi-level club at 135 W. 41st Street is planted in the heart of Times Square, and marks a major milestone in New York nightlife’s post-pandemic recovery. Nebula is committed to hosting world-class DJs from underground trailblazers to stadium-filling superstars, establishing a home base for nightlife and dance culture in Manhattan.
Nebula’s December lineup.
Nebula has revealed details about its December schedule, which includes Guy Gerber (December 10) and MK(December 11). The legendary Steve Aoki will close out the year on December 28th, followed by Gryffin (DJ Set) on December 30th, both of whom will be sure to keep you on the dance floor this holiday season, with more TBA.
No expense or detail was spared in the creation of this spacious 11,000 square feet venue, which has a capacity for 700, and a state-of-the-art d&b audiotechnik sound system. Nebula has a 5,500 square foot dance floor, a 2,500 square foot mezzanine level, and a 3,000 square foot lower level, as well as three private club rooms dedicated to private groups, each with their own dedicated bathrooms.
Nebula, named after a cloud of dust visible in the night sky, takes its cues from the interstellar, and the club’s visionary design transports guests into otherworldly immersive environments every week. Nebula is a transformative nightlife experience that blends cutting-edge technology and world-class hospitality with the philosophy of love and care that embodied famed Manhattan venues of yesteryear, which transformed for their patrons week to week.
The club’s impressive sound and video system.
The incredible, movable ceiling at Nebula allows the club and event space to transform every time the doors open. The ceiling is made up of six massive video panels that can move and tilt independently or combine to form an incredible, venue-spanning screen, allowing patrons to dance under anything from a cosmic night sky to hypnotic, rhythmic pulsing lights. This technology is unlike anything guests have seen before, allowing the venue to transform from a soaring cathedral-like space to a low-ceilinged dance club, ensuring a captivating and unique visual experience and set-up every night.
Richie Romero, a former partner at Butter Group, the force behind 1OAK and Up&Down, and Yang Gao, co-founder of MIXX Lifestyle Group, are the minds behind Nebula. Rob Toma, the founder of TCE Presents and one of the most respected figures in New York‘s electronic music scene, is curating the musical programming. Erica Maurer, co-founder of EMRG Media, which produces hundreds of events each year, will be in charge of special events.