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Marlin Room at Webster Hall

Map & Directions 125 E. 11th St.
New York, NY 10003
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212-353-1600

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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 its kind in America. This 40,000 square foot architectural landmark first opened its doors in 1886 and has been a gathering place for the people of New York City and the World for over 125 years.

 
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  • Concert Ticket Agency on 09/10/12

    From Al Capone to Amanda Palmer! Since 1886 it's hosted great live music, legendary parties and superb Broadway cast recordings. Catch a killer show here and see if the walls really do talk...

  • HISTORY on 04/10/10

    Built in 1886, you could hear anarchist Emma Goldman speak one night & on another night attend a society function for New York’s elite. Rumors persist that it was once owned by Al Capone.

  • AskMen on 04/23/10

    The electro event Girls & Boys is a serious A.List dance party. Friday’s set gets a special upgrade with music by Juan MacLean & British electropop band Hot Chip. Expect 4 floors & hundreds of women.

  • TODAY Show on 05/19/10

    Known as a concert hall for up and coming as well as established acts. It was once a venue for Broadway cast recordings.

  • Nicky D. on 03/29/09

    on a Friday night and have your photo taken by Nicky Digital!

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