New York Webster Hall reopen 2019

Iconic New York club Webster Hall to reopen in 2019

Webster Hall, the iconic New York club will return in 2019 with a year in advice from the schedule.

Webster Hall was the #1 Club Venue in New York by ticket sales, and #3 in the world in 2016 according to Pollstar Magazine. Built in 1886 was opened in by the Ballinger brothers in 1992 as a nightclub, concert venue and even more, with a 2.500 people capacity.

In 2017, Brooklyn Sports Entertainment bought Webster Hall that closed with its final show on August 9, 2017. Planned for a period of three years, the closing aimed to update the building’s infrastructure for modern use. Now, in a video posted on its social accounts, Webster Hall has announced its come back in 2019. There’s still no certain date or opening party but, at least, we’re sure the club is going to open again very soon.

Unfortunately, according to documents filed with the local community board, dance nights will be reduced in favor of concerts.

Webster Hall, New York

Located at 125 East 11th Street, New York City, Webster Hall, the club over the years have hosted a huge variety of events. From Skrillex to REZZ, the official “On the road to Electric Zoo Festival” party, Webster Hall hosted nights for every taste. They also hosted Suara party ft. Coyu, Nora En Pure, EDX, Tchami and lots more.

The good news is that, finally, the club we’ll reopen in 2019. You can now subscribe to their newsletter to be first informed in successive news.

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