Webster Hall Brings Back Their Popular ‘Club Nights’ This Weekend

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Webster Hall Brings Back Their Popular ‘Club Nights’ This Weekend
As of this weekend, Webster Hall will once again host their popular club nights.

The famous concert hall, which closed in August of 2017, was resurrected earlier this year when it re-opened with Jay-Z as the venue’s first headliner back on April 26th. But  Webster Hall’s legendary club nights were still a thing of the past—until now.

Kicking off the fall season, the iconic venue will bring back their epic club nights under what they’ll now call “Late Nights.” These Late Night dance party events will take place every Saturday with various performances beginning at 11:30 p.m. and running until 4 a.m. on Sunday mornings. According to a recent report by amny, the parties will return as of this Saturday (September 21) with performers that haven’t been announced yet. However, Webster Hall’s website has Saturday (September 28) listed as the first Late Night with a DJ Set by Massive Attack with special guests expected.

Other late night parties already lined up include performances by: Habstrakt and Moksi (October 5), DVBBS (October 12), Ookay (October 19), Lost Kings (October 26), Webster Hell Halloween Parade Afterparty (October 31), The Bloody Beetroots (November 2), Rudimental (November 9), Svdden Death (November 30), and Emo Nites will return as well with the first one taking place on November 23!

According to amny‘s report, the “most club nights will still be for those 19 years and older, unless specified otherwise.”

featured image source: Webster Hall / Instagram

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