Webster Hall

Music Venue, Nightclub, Event Space
125 E 11th St (btwn 3rd & 4th Ave)
New York, NY 10003
(212) 353-1600



  • 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...
  • March 18, 1995 - The Bedtime Story's Pyjama Party
  • Built in 1886, you could hear anarchist Emma Goldman speak one night & on another night attend a society function for New Yorks elite. Rumors persist that it was once owned by Al Capone.
  • Known as a concert hall for up and coming as well as established acts. It was once a venue for Broadway cast recordings.
  • Webster Hall will not rest until their smoke machines have displaced all the oxygen in the room.
  • Full o douches
  • The coat check costs $6 per piece. So, if you want to avoid dropping all your cash, just come in bike shorts and nipple tassles.
  • Do a little dance! Make a little love! Get down tonight!
  • Watching drunk white kids dance at concerts is always a good time.
  • Flume + Chet Faker = <3
  • Party party party Party party party Party party party Party party party Party party party Party party party.
  • Get a bottle of beer at the upstairs bar and shoot the cap into the plastic cup behind the counter for a free shot.
  • Circus Saturdays at Webster Hall...! Bring your Party Hat!
  • on a Friday night and have your photo taken by Nicky Digital!
  • Avoid coming here if at all possible.
  • Home of Indie Acts and Legends alike, Webster hall often doubles as a real-life night club featuring cover-charged theme parties and big-name DJ sets.
  • Don't spend your money at the bar (8 dollar PBRs??) - save it for the guy who does his rounds with $5 cans.
  • When they say $14 for 2 "domestic beers" they mean carbonated piss in a cup.
  • Not a place to party too many damn kids

Nearby places

55 3rd Ave (btwn E 10th & E 11th St)
321 E 14th St (btwn 1st & 2nd Ave)
137 4th Ave (btwn E 13th & E 14th St)