"From the sand between my toes to the salty ocean breeze, seeing Afrojack on the beach in Cancun was nothing short of amazing. I was fortunate enough to weave my way to the front and see him up close. It was almost as if the bass was alive in my chest, pulsating to the beat of the music. I closed my eyes, and the combination of the beach and the beats seemed too good to be true. When I opened my eyes again, the lights were simply unreal. The visuals on the screens were so dynamic and a mixture of smoke machines and lasers made the crowd come alive. To end his set, he played his new song fittingly named “Cancun.” By far, the best concert I’ve been to."
May 7, 2013Great Artists, Mixed Crowd"I went to Webster Hall to meet up with friends this past summer and caught the last few minutes of Sex Ray Vision’s set. Out of the three levels, they played in the basement. The energy was great , and after the set was finished, we headed upstairs to the main dance-floor.
I was not impressed with the crowd-- people seemed either too young or too old. There was no happy medium whatsoever. The music was upbeat and up-to-date, but there was nothing out of the ordinary that made me want to go back to Webster Hall. I left feeling like my $20 cover fee was wasted on a semi-packed dance-floor and a strange mix of people.
If you are over 21 and looking for a great place to go drink and have a great time in NYC—Webster Hall is not the place to go. Yes, Webster Hall brings in great musicians at times, but on any other night, I suggest another club.