About Webster Hall

Webster Hall is North America's premiere entertainment venues. Located in New York City 's famous East Village , Webster Hall has 4 floors of dynamic entertainment space, performance stages, dancefloors and luxurious lounges housed within one of New York 's most historic and beautiful buildings. Webster Hall has been an entertainment venue and gathering place for the people of New York City since 1886, and today the world's most famous names in music and performance are seen written on the classic marquee that crowns Webster Hall's elegant and theatrical entrance. Webster Hall's stage is known worldwide, and bands like The Killers, Dispatch and Broken Social Scene frequently play Webster Hall after a show at Madison Square Garden the previous night in order to gain a more personal and distinct experience with their audience.

Webster Hall is open as a nightclub every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night. Possessing the forefront of advanced lighting and sound technology, Webster Hall is proud to host the most talented DJ's and freshest electronic artists on the planet. With a street practically dedicated to Webster Hall traffic every weekend; it's easy to spot the gateway to the ultimate ongoing dance party in New York City . The sweeping grand foyer that one finds upon entering Webster Hall leads to a myriad of mirrored doors and flowing stairways that go to the different rooms in this multi-dimensional playscape for adults. Each of Webster Hall's six dancefloors has its own unique character and blend of NYC's hottest sounds. With stilt-walkers, trapeze artists, tarot readers, fire breathers, go-go girls and other spectacles sprinkled throughout, Webster Hall truly is a partygoer's paradise.

The Marlin Room, named after the great Marlin that hangs above it's main bar, is a utterly unique, art-deco ballroom dancefloor. Located on the main floor of Webster Hall, the Marlin Room is the first of 6 unique party atmospheres that a Webster Hall nightclub patron will experience. The retro tunes (70's, 80's & 90's) and music-video presentations that one witnesses here, orchestrated and mixed by the legendary VJ Avery, are the heartbeat of the club.

One floor up is the crown jewel of Webster Hall - The Grand Ballroom. Hailing back to the days of majestic theaters and ballroom dances, the Grand Ballroom is a truly awe-inspiring example of acoustic engineering and classic theater design. It is the mother of all dancefloors. The Grand Ballroom has seen millions of New York 's wildest party patrons stamp out their inhibitions and express their greatest desires on it's massive dancefloor for over 120 years. Today, the premiere electronic music DJ's of the world spin as the nightclub crowds of Webster Hall dance through the night on the same hallowed floor.

The other rooms in the club each offer a unique experience for Webster Hall patrons as they discover for themselves the unique party experience behind the legend that is Webster Hall. In the 1910's, Eugene O'Neil, the great American playwright and leftist political activist, declared Webster Hall "the crown of Greenwich Village ". In 2004, Prince claimed Webster Hall has the "best stage in New York City ". Explore the venue that for over 120 years has been a focal point of cultural celebration and freedom in the heart of the world's greatest stage - New York City .

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Security Guard, Supervisor, New York, NY - January 13, 2015
Great place to work at got to know a lot good people i'm still friends with them the manager is a really good person what like about him was the when he had to be strict he was the concerts and the club nights are fun to work sometimes i got to meet the artists that was very interesting
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Headquarters
New York New York, United States
Revenue
$35 Million
Employees
51 to 200
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Links
Webster Hall website