Skrillex will be joined by Ekali, Deux Twins, and more to celebrate “The End Of An Era” at Webster Hall on August 5.
After the announcement that Webster Hall would be shutting its doors after a century of service, a flurry of people attending shows at the venue and questions of who will close it out began to arise. Now we know the answer, as Skrillex, Ekali, Deux Twins and special guests will be closing out an era of electronic music at the iconic venue. Presented by promoters this is gotham., Girls & Boys, and Excess dB Entertainment, this is one night that any electronic music lover in New York shouldn’t miss.
Considered to be one of the most important venues in the country, plenty of artists have taken the stage and kept crowds dancing through the night over the years of service. Whether it was Tchami, Alok, or any other artist who graced the stage, the EDM Identity always had a blast at events there, and the venue will be missed. While this will not be the last show ever at Webster Hall, it does mark the final club night of the venue. Tickets for the show sold out quickly, so your best bet is to find someone who is selling it via a third-party if you’re looking to attend.
The End Of An Era: Skrillex & More @ Webster Hall – Essential Info:
Date: Saturday, August 5, 2017
Hours: 10pm – 4am
Venue Address: Webster Hall – 125 E 11th St. New York, NY, 10003
Tickets: SOLD OUT!
Facebook Event Page: HERE
The End Of An Era: Skrillex & More @ Webster Hall – Announcement Flyer:
About Webster Hall:
Webster Hall is one of North America’s most prestigious and historic entertainment venues operating continuously as a performance hall and nightclub since 1886. Located in New York City’s East Village, this 40,000 square foot architectural landmark hosts every type of major event and performance from across cultural spectrums.
Webster Hall boasts three live performance venues under one roof: the world-famous Grand Ballroom (1500 capacity), the Marlin Room (600 capacity) and The Studio (400 capacity). Massive building-wide parties see thousands of revelers each weekend and annual events such as Webster Hell (Halloween) and the New Year’s Eve Ball are well documented in the annals of nightlife folklore.