Located at the grimly evocative address of 66 N. 6th St. in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY, the Music Hall of Williamsburg has been at the epicenter of the music scene in the hip and artistically vibrant Williamsburg neighborhood since opening in its current incarnation. The Music Hall of Williamsburg opened Sept. 5, 2007. Before then, the club was known as Northsix and was instrumental in moving the center of indie rock and other kinds of cutting-edge or avant-garde rock in New York City from Manhattan to Brooklyn. Included among the many notable Music Hall of Williamsburg events are indie musician and multi-instrumentalist Elliott Smith's last live performances in New York before his untimely death in 2003, along with shows by indie rock artists such as Deer Tick,The Rapture and Son Volt and the punk band Hot Water Music. Take your place in one of the hottest rock clubs in all of New York. Get your Music Hall of Williamsburg tickets at StubHub.
What is the Music Hall of Williamsburg seating capacity?
The Music Hall of Williamsburg can seat up to 650 people.
How are the seats arranged at the Music Hall of Williamsburg?
There's a general seating area at the Music Hall of Williamsburg located directly in front of the stage. The seating area consists of ordinary chairs arranged into rows though concertgoers can - and often do - elect to stand during any and all performances.
Is the Music Hall of Williamsburg accessible to those with disabilities?
Yes. There's an alternative entrance without stairs that's designed to grant easier access to the venue for those with disabilities. Also, there's an elevator that brings you to each and every level of the venue, namely, the basement lounge, the merchandise area, the main floor and the balcony. Disabled persons are also allowed to jump the line and will be seated first. If you arrive before doors open and inform staff of your need for special seating, this will make things easier.
Is there parking available at or near the Music Hall of Williamsburg?
There's no specially designated parking lot or garage associated with the venue, so patrons will have to find street parking. However, there are several parking garages very close by, such as Icon Parking, a garage located at 149 Kent Ave., along with another parking garage on 22 N. 5th St.
What are some restaurants and bars near the Music Hall of Williamsburg?
The Music Hall of Williamsburg has its own bars. However, if you want food and drinks before or after the show, you can also go to Rider, an American bistro at 80 N. 6th St.; to Zenkichi, a Japanese restaurant at 77 N. 6th St.; to Ela Taverna NYC, a Greek restaurant at 98 Berry St.; or to La Nonna, an Italian restaurant at 184 Kent Ave.Back to Top
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