In A Post-Pandemic World, Nebula Aims To Revitalize New York Nightlife

By James Dinh

October 28, 2021

Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art

Nightlife in New York City is coming back with a vengeance and Nebula, one of Manhattan's newest venues, is here to make a statement in the post-pandemic landscape.

Located in midtown Manhattan, the three-tiered, 11,000 square foot space is meant for a flashy evening of dance as the 700 person capacity club is on the forefront of technology with a movable ceiling with six massive video panels. Ahead of its official Halloween opening weekend, the folks behind Nebula hosted a preview of the venue with a performance provided by Purple Disco Machine, where the space amped up the sound system and reminded party-goers what it felt like to hit the dancefloor again. Scroll on below to see what New York's newest hot spot is all about.

Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
Photo: Jarrett Birnbaum, Of The Art
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