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Studio at Webster Hall

125 E. 11th St. New York, NY 10003 | East Village | 212-353-1600

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The Studio, a baby performance space lurking in the belly of historic Webster Hall, fits 300 people--less than a quarter of the bigger spot's capacity. Thus, with a stage low enough for climb 'n' dive antics, it's just the right size to host the latest circuit of indie rockers, giving invaluable chances to up-and-comers--including recent breakthrough acts Sleigh Bells, Marnie Stern, and Free Energy--before they graduate to the space right above their heads. There's a full bar, too, while you're waiting around for their transition.


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