Located in the heart of Chelsea, Highline Ballroom is a 700-capacity live music hall and multipurpose nightlife venue. Originally named after the High Line Park in the meatpacking district, this venue has established itself as one of the hottest live music and entertainment spaces in Manhattan over the last decade.
In recent years, a host of A-lister musicians and artists have come to perform at this venue, including 50 Cent, Coco Rosie, James Blunt, K’naan, Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Paul McCartney, and many more.
Highline Ballroom boasts two floors, a state-of-the-art sound system and lighting setup, a seated balcony area, a full-service VIP area, and a sensory-stimulating array of disco balls and wall-high HD screens. This venue’s acoustics are second to none, so avid concert-goers can expect to be treated to perfect, high-fidelity beats. This pocket-sized music hall gives off that stadium-sized feeling while both providing an intimate atmosphere and ensuring that fans can get up close to artists. As far as visuals and lighting, Highline Ballroom’s layout provides great sightlines from all angles, giving this place its dreamy, dimly-lit atmosphere.
Depending on the night, you may be treated to a delectable array of complimentary bites and gourmet appetizers, including stuffed mushrooms, seafood cocktails and more. Food junkies are in for a treat, because this venue boasts an on-site full-service kitchen designed to satisfy all your night time food cravings.
Make sure you keep an eye out on Highline Ballroom’s complete event calendar, because this place throws an array of events, including private bashes, concerts, cocktail receptions, promotional shows and annual parties.
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