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Slake, New York City's newest music venue, is ready to rock

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It looks as if New York City's nightlife is about to get even more attractive as a new entertainment venue opened its doors in midtown Manhattan earlier this month.

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Slake, a new venture created by the people behind Webster Hall Entertainment Group, is an entertainment powerhouse that contains four unique rooms spread across three maze-like levels. It is capable of hosting many different kinds of events - from an intimate party of 75, a concert of 500, or a multi-level gathering of 1000.

The labyrinth-like space contains many twisting hallways, staircases and wide-open dance floors. Each room is equipped with state of the art sound and lighting systems.

While the historic entertainment venue Roseland Ballroom is set to close later this Spring, the hustle and bustle of New York nightlife will continue to live on.

The grand opening of Slake is set for Feb. 15 and will feature artists such as hard rock band Shinobi Ninja and disco house music heroes Solidisco. Be sure to visit Slake's Facebook page for a list of more upcoming events.

Slake is located at 251 W 30th St, just one block away from Pennsylvania Station & Madison Square Garden.


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