Sponsored Love: Salters Scene, The Well (Contest)

September 9, 2012

One of the newest spots to open in New York City is The Well. The brainchild of Managing Partners Shay Vishawadia and Josh Richolt, the Well is located in Brooklyn two blocks away from the L Train Meserole Street stop. Shay and Josh, who met during their days working at The Knitting Factory, were looking to branch out and open a venue that provided good music and good beer at reasonable prices.

The vision is to become the place where the best acts from all genres of music want to perform, focusing on Indie Rock and Hip Hop. With an 11,000 square foot private outdoor space and being home to more than 300 beers, 20 champagnes and a wall of liquor The Well is working on bringing the vision to fruition.

While The Well has quietly opened its doors to performances for a couple of months now (Harlem man Cam’ron performed there in July), this Saturday on September 8th one of the biggest groups in Hip Hop is scheduled to take the stage-Slaughterhouse. The Eminem/Shady Records signed group just released “Welcome to: Our House” and are lining up shows all over.

To keep up with the latest at The Well check out the site at www.thewellbrooklyn.com

For the first two emails sent to udo@udosaltersphotography.com (include The Well in the subject and your first and last name in the body of the email) you and a guest will be admitted free to the Slaughterhouse show this Saturday.

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