New York City’s iconic nightclub Webster Hall closed in the summer of 2017, ending a historic 130-year run after being purchased from former principal owner Lon Ballinger by AEG and Brooklyn Sports and Entertainment. The venue closure was a major blow for New York City’s electronic music fans with the loss of Webster Hall’s beloved Club Nights, which hosted the biggest names in electronic music every Saturday night.
Fans were surprised to learn that the venue would be reopening under the same name and resume hosting live music events after rumors circulated that it was the end of the venue’s concert hosting days. After fans eagerly questioned whether the Club Nights series would return, the venue has now officially announced on Twitter that Saturday nights are coming back and “coming soon.”
Those who follow the venue closely won’t be surprised by the announcement. Multiple electronic music acts have been booked for upcoming “late night” shows that happen to fall on Saturdays, including DVBBS, Habstrakt + Moksi, Lost Kings, Rudimental, and more. Skrillex headlined the last official Club Night before the venue shuttered, so it remains to be seen whether the venue enlists an equally notable act for the return of their beloved late night series. Those looking to make their club night return to Webster Hall can track upcoming shows and purchase tickets here.
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