Webster Hall to NYE Attendees: Make Increased Attendance at Webster Hall Your Resolution With 2017 Membership Cards

 

            At that fateful stroke of midnight that signaled the transition from 2016 into 2017, 100,000 ballons cascaded from the ceilings of Webster Hall with unparalleled magnificence.

            A mere four hours later, GRiZ and Gramatik would take one of Webster Hall’s various stages to provide NYE celebrators with a sold out “after hours” performance that would begin at 4 AM and continue until 5:30 AM.

            In New York City’s New Year’s Eve tradition, the majority of NYE events this year were ticketed events, including the Webster Hall NYE bash, and again in New Year’s Eve tradition, tickets could hardly be called “cheap.” Webster offered two ticket tiers for purchasers, a 19+ GA ticket ($125) and a 21+ Silver ticket ($175), in addition to Webster’s 21+ VIP table option. GA and Silver tickets offered guests admission to the GRiZ and Gramatik sets, in addition to the Saved by The 90s and BASSment Saturdays “after hours” sets. The tickets were differentiated chiefly by an open bar option for those of age, provided by the Silver ticket option.

            If admission to the legendary GRiZ/Gramatik NYE show complete with a champagne toast was not enough to satisfy attendees, Webster Hall supplied ticket purchasers with something special: a 2017 Webster Hall membership card. The sleek black card entitles members to free admission to club nights all year until 1 AM, a value that Webster ranks at $1,000. Although the membership card is not valid for concerts, special events, or sold out shows, the card is useful in its ability to guarantee card holders with free admission on Webster’s biggest party nights: Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

            Webster rats not present on NYE will be delighted to know that Webster Hall NYE attendees have recently taken to various Facebook ticket sales groups to post their 2017 membership cards for sale, with most posts asking a range of $150-$170 for the cards. We think it’s a steal.