Webster Hall proudly presents the biggest weekly hip-hop event NYC has ever seen — House Party! Starting April 3rd, House Party will be a raucous, anything-goes massive party taking place every Thursday. As a tribute to the long-running Thursday “Girls Night Out” tradition at Webster Hall, women will never pay admission to House Party, and in keeping with the 90’s theme, anyone sporting a flattop hair cut will skip the line and enter FREE OF CHARGE.
At the helm of Webster Hall’s Grand Ballroom will be marquee hip-hop vanguard Just Blaze alongside NY mainstay DJ Soul. And what would a House Party be without friends? Va$htie and Oscar curates the Marlin Room, transforming it into their infamous bash “1992”, along with a lineup of special guests weekly. Classic reggae and dancehall will reign in the Balcony Lounge courtesy of Jasmine Solano and Melo-X’s “Electric Punnany” party. Brick Bandits Kingpins DJ Sliink & Dirty South Joe, unleash a lethal weekly assault of club, trap and bass bangers in The Studio basement.
“I’m excited for this party. This city feeds on constant new and evolving energy and I’m honored to spearhead a new movement in New York nightlife,” explains Just Blaze.
House Party launches April 3rd and will recur every Thursday from 10 p.m. – 4 a.m. at Webster Hall, located at 125 E. 11th Street, NYC. Admission will be $15 for gentlemen before midnight with RSVP, $25 after, and free for ladies all night.