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Skrillex to Play Last Club Night at Webster Hall Before Closing

Skrillex performs in 2016
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Skrillex performs at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium on April 12, 2016 in San Francisco.

Start the clock and grab the tissues, as New York City's Webster Hall quickly approaches its final days.

It's been a beautiful run for the Manhattan music venue. It was built in 1886, with its modern roots stretching back to 1992. It's played host to some of the best names in rock, dance, and hip-hop. Nine Inch Nails just did a surprise set Monday night, July 31. This thing can't go out with any regular bang. It needs to go out with a "Bangarang."

Skrillex has announced he'll play the last club night at Webster Hall before it closes for renovation under new ownership. Moreover, Boys Noize will be joining for a rare Dog Blood set.

It's going down into history on Saturday, Aug. 5. It's already sold out, so if you don't have a ticket, get to texting every important person you know. Check Skrill's tweet about it below, and thank Webster Hall for the blurry memories.

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