Elvis Guesthouse, a popular intimate venue in the Lower East Side of NYC, has announced it will be shutting down at the end of 2016.
The venue, which is a spinoff of Williamsburg’s Baby’s Alright, opened in February of 2015 and hosted a plethora of local and international talent.
The unique decor of Elvis Guesthouse, including a bright blue backdrop in the lounge area, also prompted many influencers to host photo shoots inside the venue, with Alexander Wang shooting a campaign in 2015.
Little is know about what the organizers have planned for the final event on New Years Eve, but tickets are available for three remaining December events.
Read the message posted by Elvis Guesthouse, which declares that “Elvis has left the building”, via their Instagram post below.
[Photo Credit: Shannon Kurlander]
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