Action Bronson to Headline Webster Hall’s The End of an Era Show
Webster Hall is gearing up to close their doors as the party and concert venue we all know and love, and Action Bronson is being recruited to help them leave with a bang. The "Let Me Breathe" rapper will be headlining the concert hall's End of an Era show on Thursday, Aug. 10, marking the last concert for Webster.
The news comes in anticipation of Bronson's upcoming Blue Chips 7000 album, which is slated to drop on Friday, Aug. 25 later this month. The Queens native even announces the show on Twitter, revealing he will be performing "a lot" of the album at his performance.
"OF YOU WANT TO HEAR BLUE CHIPS 7000 EARLY ILL BE PERFORMING ALOT OF IT ON THURSDAY AT WEBSTER HALL," Bronson writes.
Bronson's show also features Wifisfuneral and other "friends," but we'll have to wait and see what additional guests or acts hit the stage for the End of an Era concert. It's also being presented by The Meadows and is reportedly for fans over the age of 18 years old.
Webster Hall already saw its last club night over the weekend, which featured a high-energy set from Skrillex.
While the show appears to be sold out, more tickets may become available here. The show is set to start at 8 p.m. EST.
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