THE HALL AT ELSEWHERE
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The Hall at Elsewhere
The Hall at Elsewhere TicketsOriginally opened in 2017, The Hall is the single largest room at Elsewhere, a warehouse-turned-arts-venue in the Bushwick area of Brooklyn, N.Y. Elsewhere is a music venue, nightclub, cafe and gallery for the visual arts all rolled into one. The Hall, however, is the center of attention for the entire venue and serves as the main concert hall with a 675-person capacity. Typical The Hall at Elsewhere events include performances by artists like the indie electronic band Hot Chip, the rapper Murs, the Canadian electronic music group TR/ST and the noise rock duo No Age. In general, The Hall is a party venue at the center of the New York nightclub scene, so expect there to be intense parties that carry on long into the night no matter who is on stage performing. Get your The Hall at Elsewhere tickets today at StubHub.
What other venues are at Elsewhere besides The Hall?Elsewhere is a massive 24,000-square-foot group of venues and attractions, and it is one of the premiere properties owned by Bushwick-based music and concert promoters PopGun Presents. Besides The Hall, this group includes Zone One, a nightclub and dance hall similar to The Hall but smaller; a lounge and cafe on the second floor called The Loft; a visual arts display area called the Skybridge Project Space and a large outdoor rooftop bar that sometimes features movie screenings and performing DJs simply called The Rooftop.
Is The Hall at Elsewhere ADA accessible?Staff at Elsewhere will be able to accommodate those in wheelchairs or with other disabilities at some parts of the overall venue if they are notified in advance. However, The Hall itself is simply one massive dance floor with a stage as the centerpiece. There is no seating, so it is not accessible to those who are in wheelchairs.
What kinds of restaurants and bars are near The Hall at Elsewhere?If you'd like other options besides the cafe or the rooftop bar at Elsewhere, there are a number of bars and restaurants in the nearby area. One is the Mominette Bistro on 221 Knickerbocker Ave., which serves exquisite French food. If seafood is your thing, check out Sea Wolf on 19 Wyckoff Ave. The Bunna Cafe on 1084 Flushing Ave. also serves excellent cocktails and Ethiopian food.
Is there any parking available near The Hall at Elsewhere?There are no parking lots or garages specifically associated with the venue, so visitors will have to find street parking on their own when attending The Hall at Elsewhere events. There are also two parking lots located at 1600 and 1601 Dekalb Ave. that will let you park your car there for a fee. Wyckoff Parking Inc. at 343 Nimrod St. is another option.
What are some other tourist attractions near The Hall at Elsewhere?While you're in the neighborhood around East Williamsburg, if you want to have something to do with your day before the show starts at The Hall at Elsewhere, you should go over to the Brooklyn Brewery at 79 North 11th St. The place offers visitors free beer tasting as well as tours during which they can gain insight into what it's like to brew beer. Brooklyn Unplugged Tours over on 100 Bogart St. also offers visitors guided tours around Brooklyn.
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