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 turn of the century, Webster Hall was known to many as The Devil's Playground. This Halloween, 126 years later, the Devil rises to dance amongst the people for one very special night ...
Wednesday, October 31st 2012 ... Webster Hall presents the official NYC Halloween Parade Afterparty. WEBSTER HELL is a once in a lifetime event. All 4 massive floors of Webster Hall transform into a twisted mausoleum filled with heart-pounding dance music. Sensual fire performances mesmerize the crowd as flying Vampires soar high over their heads in the Grand Ballroom. Thousands of revelers, hidden behind masks and disguised as freakish inversions of their former selves, eagerly attend what is hands down the biggest Halloween party in NYC every year.
Throughout the evening, guests witness a series of mind-blowing spectacles. At the stroke of Midnight, with flames blazing, an innocent virgin is picked from the crowd. Stripped of her clothing and dignity, the crowd watches as she is ritualistically sacrificed on a massive pentagram hung 40 feet in the air.
After midnight, Webster Hell's world-famous costume contest begins. The best costume of the night walks home with $5000 cash money.
This is not an ordinary costume contest where some CVS makeup and fake blood will get you the cash. This is the king of all costume contests, where the winners will walk home with 5 Grand (don't worry, we will provide a security escort). Expect to see some of the scariest, sexiest and most creative and complex costumes seen anywhere.