Halloween Party at Webster Hall (19+)

Official Halloween 19 and over After Parade Party

Since 1886 the people of New York City have entered the mysterious and hallowed walls of Webster Hall and commenced in a notorious display of exhibitionism, consumption and debauchery. By the 1910’s, Webster Hall was known to many as The Devil’s Playground. This Halloween, 131 years later, the Devil rises to dance amongst the people for one very special night … Webster Hell 2016.

halloween party at webster hall

It all begins at the most famous Halloween parade on Earth – NYC’s 43rd Annual Village halloween, beginning at 7pm.

The Webster Hall parade float, mounted by gyrating lustful zombies and undead exhibitionists, radiates throbbing bass and transports a hellish rager-on-wheels through the belly of NYC.

And this is only the beginning…

Revelers travel from around the planet to witness this once in a lifetime competition. The winner walks home with a mind-boggling $5000 CASH MONEY!

This is not a contest for ordinary costumes and fake blood – expect to see some of the most amazing, sexy and horrifying getups you’ve ever seen.

Enter the contest for a chance to win the cash (don’t worry, we provide the winner with security escort out of the building).

Ticket prices increase as Halloween night approaches! Save money and buy early while you still can!

Tickets WILL sell out! Secure your spot at the legendary Halloween celebration now.


Have a Question? Call (646) 205-7600

*** Pricing is Per Person unless stated in the Ticket Type ***

Price increase warning: Halloween ticket prices often go up significantly (100% +) the closer you get to the night of the Halloween party. Also note that many Halloween Events will sell out well in advance of the date. About your Tickets:  (1) Show up early and help reduce the wait time, (2) Make sure to have either your physical tickets or print outs on hand because you will need to show it to NYPD and security upon request, (3) You accept the risks and agree to adhere to the NYPD and security's rules and regulations for the evening, (4) Large crowds should be expected