Webster Hall, one of the most important venues for dance music in the northeast, is going under new management later this year. Though the club itself is not closing down, all of the staff and anyone involved in its programming is calling this the end of an era.
With that in mind, the club has been on a booking spree to bring in some of their past favorites, and big names. Playing the final “club night,” Saturdays, will be none other than Skrillex.
He’ll take the stage this Saturday before he travels back to California to perform as Dog Blood at Hard Summer. He’ll be supported by Ekali, Deux Twins and special guests – and with Skrillex, that could mean literally anyone. All residents will be performing as well, including Alex English, Dali and Tjani.
Tickets are available now here. Find the rest of the final shows at Webster Hall here.
Last club night at @WebsterHall before they close. See you this Saturday https://t.co/FgwUquR5SB pic.twitter.com/WrJvFOMAPa
— SKRILLEX (@Skrillex) August 1, 2017
Photo via Jasmine Safaeian