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Webster Hall has existed for over a century, but this landmarked, three-story venue is not stuck in tradition: It caters to every possible form of nightlife that's popped up in the city since the venue was created. For club-hounds, weekly staples include campy dance party The Awesome '80s Prom and rave Circus. For concertgoers, main-stage booking is handled by indie-rock-and-beyond warlords Bowery Presents. With a disco ball crowning its center, Webster's 2,500-capacity Grand Ballroom was recently called "the best stage in New York City" by none other than Prince. And if it's good enough for him...
Ladies 21 and up get in free for this club night featuring four floors of music plus live graffiti painting and a tattoo station.
Though I was born too late to enjoy an '80s prom myself, I may once have actively requested Bon Jovi's "You Give Love a Bad Name" at a junior high ...
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Their name may be truncated, but there was nothing restrained about TNGHT's show at Webster Hall on April 17th. Our photographer Laura June Kirsch was there to document the fun.First, let's get warme... More »
Not that there's anything wrong with overpriced tickets, $5 waters, and Hootie & the Blowfish reunion tours, but when Michael Swier and the Bowery Presents took over concert booking for WEBSTER HALL last August (the first show was Sonic Youth), for a second I thought the rock scene here was on the up again. Then the Bravery played there, then Bright Eyes, then the Decemberists. But hey, so did LCD--I'll take the bad with the better. More »
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