Come celebrate New Years Eve at one of the Meatpacking Districts hottest venues,
This legendary dance club music venue which has a 900 plus-person-capacity space distinguishes itself from the rest of New York City’s giants with exposed beams, lounge-worthy lighting, and a column-free main floor with a great and unobstructed line of sight whether you are in the upstairs VIP only mezzanine or the main dance floor. Celebrate this New Years Eve at one of NYC’s true hidden gems right in the heart of the city’s infamous meatpacking district. Bookings are consciously eclectic, but overall reflect the evolved vibe of the neighborhood with bling- and controversy-free hip-hop acts, mellow song-stresses, and veteran critical darlings, such as 50 cents, Amy Winehouse, Santana, and Stevie Wonder to name a few.
In Short, there is no better venue to ring in the new year in new york city than club Highline Ballroom. Whether you are looking to dance the night away or lounge out in the private VIP sections, Highline has it all and we cordially invite you to celebrate this New Years Eve at this intimate space that allows patrons to feel like they're in the front row, even when they're stuck in the back.
The minimalist, industrial feel of Highline Ballroom certainly adds a taste of the true essence of downtown New York.
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What is the Meatpacking District?
The Meatpacking District is a 20 square block, 24-hour neighborhood on the West Side of Manhattan, flanked by Chelsea Market to the north and Horatio Street to the south.
Fashion and graphic designers, architects, artists and creative industry corporate headquarters have moved in alongside meatpacking plants, creating a destination known for cutting edge fashion, design, food, and culture. The Meatpacking District is an epicenter of activity; with a wide range of restaurants and nightlife venues, people seeking quality food, music and atmosphere flock to the neighborhood. Yet the area retains its character; historically through its architecture and cobble stone streets, and generally, with its eclectic mix of businesses and a nearby community of active residents and visitors from every community in New York City and the around world.
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