125 E 11th St
New York, NY 10003
Saving the best for last, Paris Blohm's tour bus is pulling into New York City where he'll be ending his Demons Tour at Webster Hall as a part of the venue’s weekly party, Brite Nites. This being Webster Hall, you can either join Blohm in the grand ballroom and balcony, or if progressive trance EDM isn’t where you be all night, you can always go down to the basement to get grimey or take a trip to the Marlin Room for all the hip-hop, top 40, and mashups that your little brain can handle.
Any way you shake it, all this music can be all yours for the price of a Jackson. Get your tickets here and get ready to shine like a diamond, because you know it's gonna get a little sweaty.
What: Brite Nites ft. Paris Blohm at Webster Hall
When: Saturday, March 7th, 10pm
Where: Webster Hall, 125 E 11th Street
Joseph Thomas Youngman, better known by his stage name Wolfgang Gartner, is an American DJ and music producer known for his innovation and mastery in the genre. Currently coming to a city near you as part of his Unholy Tour, Gartner focuses on developing new music and has dramatically “emerged from the darkness to breathe new life” into electronic music as he continues to lead within the genre.
“I have to make something that's never been made before; have to make the best thing that I've ever done in my life - otherwise it gets stagnant or worse," says the producer/DJ. His sound is progressively more maximilist take on electro-house. Also famously flipping Beethoven's 5th for the 4am crowd - in addition to eight #1 tracks on Beatport; remix/collabs with Britney Spears, Timbaland and Black Eyed Peas - the artist is unstoppable. You may also know some of his older materials like Illmerica, Love & War, and We Own The Night with Tiesto. “Unholy” is Gartner's new single featuring Bobby Saint on vocals, and is out now. The remix, done by Milo & Otis, also recently debuted.
Webster Hall's famed weekend party Girls and Boys is on schedule, as usual, for this Friday. But this weekend has a little something special in store: Big Beat will be presenting a very special edition of Girls & Boys, bringing onboard Australian EDM duo, Knife Party, on tour after the release their much-awaited studio album, Abandon Ship (2014). Staying true to their signature mixes and unmistakebale bass, duo Rob Swire and Garth McGrillen, will be headlining and continuing the tradition of a pulsating good time at Webster Hall's Girls & Boys.
Honoring Webster Hall's historic importance and inspired to bring back the feel of the prohibition era in 1920's New York City, the organizers are taking our otherwise hip party spot back to its dapper roots. Webster Hall is opening their doors to East Ville Des Folies, a beer and whiskey festival, for over 1500 guests. That's right, four floors of rare beers and whiskeys from all over the world lavishly laid out in Webster Hall's 40,000 sq-foot venue.
As a common hangout for some of our most famous mobsters and mafia crew, Webster Hall is will be temporarily stowing away their disco ball to make space for some more era-relevant entertainment. Featuring Aerialist, Flappers and Burlesque performances by Gin Minsky, Cassandra Rosebeetleand Rosie Cheek. And that's not all. The tasting festival will further complete the experience with performances by Michael Arenella and His Dreamland Orchestra, Miss Ida Blue, Queen Esther’s Trio and Gelber and Manning.
This Friday night, prepare to fully immerse yourself in Alvin Risk's latest musical Venture. As part of a special tour starting this Wednesday at the 930 Club in Washington D.C., Alvin Risk will be bringing his recent released EP to life in a whole new way. Very much different from the DJ sets we've seen Alvin rock on multiple occasions, this Venture tour is, at its core, a performance of art and music in combination with each other to tell the incredible stories created by Alvin.
This weekend, Webster Hall welcomes Dim Mak Records' resident trap-aficionado Ookay to its weekly Brite Nites event for a birthday celebration unlike any other, with special guest SLANDER added in for good measure. A phantasm of his former self, Ookay shook things up last year with the release of his Ghost EP, a five-track introspective of sorts; each track showcasing a side of Ookay's production that may not always be evident in the songs that made his name prevalent among electronic music enthusiasts in 2014.
Webster Hall is wasting no time this year with scheduling the best artists they can for their weekly, well-known Girls & Boys party, having landed Robin Schulz for this Friday's edition of the event. The German DJ/producer took control of the airwaves in a big way last year with his hit single, 'Prayer In C,' and everything he's done since, including a remix of David Guetta's 'Dangerous,' has been absolutely wunderbar! Prayer, the album Schulz released last September, is a collection of some original work and remixes for the likes of Coldplay, Clean Bandit, and Lykke Li, all of which and more can be heard in full force on Friday night inside the Grand Ballroom at Webster Hall.
Most famous for his 2006 chart-topper, "Put Your Hands Up 4 Detroit," Fedde Le Grand is all set to bring New Yorkers to their feet this Saturday at Webster Hall. Having recently released at mix of, Naughty Boy ft. Sam Romans - Home (Fedde Le Grand Remix), the Dutchman is on his North American tour, spreading his signature electro-house beats.
The Swedish duo, Sebastian Furrer and Alexander Björklund, better known as Cazette, have big plans for after Christmas! Rumored to be dropping an EP in 2015, they released two singles, "Sleepless" and "Blind Heart," earlier in 2014. On their journey to be big name names in the Swedish electronic music department, Cazette is most known for performing alongside fellow Swedish progressive DJ, Avicii.
Legendary king of dubstep, 12th Planet will headline Girls + Boys this Friday at Webster Hall. With his diverse catalog that's not only won him the right to be crowned EDM royalty, but also a pioneer and tastemaker of the electro-dance world, Friday night's show is sure to be the best kick-off to your weekend. Taking the stage before 12th Planet to get the crowd 'turnt up' as the opening act, will be popularized producers/DJs Gents & Jawns. Known for their live performances, Gents & Jawns first garnered major recognition as a duo following their release of DJ Diplo's 'Express Yourself' followed by now classic club bangers, 'Vibrate' and 'Turnup.' Also joining the stage will be world renowned DJ Alex English as well as Hiyawatha and Dali. Party people, get your tickets right here while they last.
This Saturday night, Dirty South wants to party With You! And you, and you, and you too! His cinematic-film accompanied full-length album was finally released earlier this month, and quickly climbed both the music and movie charts to rank highly among some of the most creative and influential productions of the year. Determined to spread the message and the music as far and as fast as he can, Dirty South has head out on tour to support the album, hitting a number of major cities on his way to LIFE at SLS Las Vegas on November 28th, which fans now have a chance of winning flights, a two-night stay, a meet & greet, and show tickets to thanks to an awesome giveaway. Before that big show though, Dirty South is coming here to New York City to show Webster Hall a thing or two about electronic music.