Saturday nights at Webster Hall are Brite Nites, and Brite Nites are not just your run of the mill dance parties. Brite Nites are not just a horse of a different color, but every color of the rainbow in stunning, vibrant clarity and set to the sounds of electronic dance music's best and brightest. This past Saturday, Webster Hall played host to GTA's Death To Genres Tour, the tour's name a fitting motto for the anything goes attitude that both the headlining duo and supporting act, What So Not, rocked all night long.
You do not want to miss this Brite Nites event that happens weekly at Webster Hall. Make sure you dress bright and are ready to dance the night away with GTA and What So Not!
What: 'Brite Nites' Presents The Death To Genres Tour feat. GTA & What So Not
When: Saturday, March 1, 10 pm
On Saturday, February 15th, Alex and Drew, aka The Chainsmokers stopped by Webster Hall to headline its weekly Brite Nites event. The duo are currently on their #SELFIE tour and the jam packed crowd was more than ready for them. Gigantic sized posters of Alex and Drew's faces and some various creative posters were spotted floating around the crowd. We had the chance to briefly meet Alex and Drew before they went on stage and needless to say, these guys were a class act towards anyone who came up to them.
As soon as The Chainsmokers took over the stage, there was no denying the booming and pumping basslines filling the speakers. Their presence has been bestowed to the crowd and the reaction from the crowd was insane. They played roughly a two-and-a-half hour set packed with the hottest club tunes mixed with deep house sounds. Of course they played their hit track, '#SELFIE,' which instaneously had the crowd roaring and dancing along to it. Lots of underground sounds were being played, but it was certainly a refreshing sound compared to DJs who only play big room favorites.
The Chainsmokers killed it! Vibing greatly to the New York crowd; we can't wait to see what these New York natives have in store for us next.
Every Friday night Webster Hall is the host to some of the hottest EDM acts around the world for their Girls & Boys night. This time they got Paper Diamond coming through along with Loudpvck and Gents & Jawns. Get your tickets now!WEBSTER HALL, 125 E 11th St. New York NY 10003
Sick Individuals Straight out of The Netherlands, Sick Individuals will be hitting New York this weekend to party it up. Slake will be the venue to host these two along with other special guests. Get your tickets now. SLAKE, 251 W. 30th St. New York NY 10001
Duke's New York Looking for some good food and drinks? Well there's somewhere you can go for that... actually there are two! Duke's New York offers one of the best menus in the city at two different locations - one in Murray Hill and the other in Gramercy Park. Both will be included in our St. Patricks Day Bar Crawl this year! Murray Hill, 560 Third Avenue New York, NY 10016
Gramercy Park, 99 E 19th St New York, NY 10003
Saturday, February 8th
Friday, January 3rd
Make your way down to Webster Hall this Friday night, as DJ SLiink sets NYC ablaze with an awesome mix of floor shaking tunes. Joining him is Valentino Khan and TWRK, so you can expect to be dancing all night, and if you're up for it, twerking all night! Doors open at 10:00PM. Tickets are available now. $15
125 E 11th St
New York NY 10003
Neon Indian with Joel Ford, Heathered Pearls at Cameo Gallery
Webster Hall held their weekly 'brite nites' event this weekend with Trap heavyweight, Baauer, in the building. 24-year-old Baauer, notorious for his 'Harlem Shake' breakthrough track, proved to the New York crowd exactly what he can bring to the table. Supporting artist, Ryan Hemsworth, eased the crowd into heavy trap music while playing melodic tunes right before Baauer got on stage. Then when Baauer took over the stage, it was all game over. Standing shoulder-to-shoulder with what seemed like an infinite number of trap heads, Baauer blew away all expectations.
Currently on tour, Trap star Baauer is making a pit-stop at Webster Hall this Saturday for their weekly 'brite nites' event. You won't want to miss catching Baauer when he's on the road, with Ryan Hemsworth and CZ as the supporting artists for this show.
Expect a traptastic night with these fellows as they're guarunteed to bring their A-Game to the New York crowd.
You can still purchase tickets here and the age for this event is for those 19 & older.
The anthem to Saturday night's brite nites event at Webster Hall was none other than the mantra, "Eat, sleep, rave...repeat."
Every Saturday night, Webster Hall brings New Yorkers their electrofused brite nites event which features the hottest DJs of the now. On Thanksgiving weekend, the DJs that took over the Main Room with their explosive House styles were Dutch import Jordy Dazz and Swedish DJ Mikael Weermets.