Happily is a full-service custom experience producer. We know that every event is unique and will require a venue that checks all the right boxes. We will find the right space to host your hybrid Happily event - no matter what city it may be in.
There are a few factors to consider when looking for a venue to host a hybrid experience. The space needs to provide a dynamic experience for the onsite attendees, a stage area for the main program content that will be broadcast, as well as areas for social interaction and other produced moments exclusive to the in-person guests. It is a massive advantage if the venue already has experience in broadcasting with a tech-forward approach and facilities to simplify the onsite operation. A venue that has high speed internet capabilities is also vital.
This venue is a non-profit organization that supports new and adventurous art in all disciplines. Founded in 1978, Roulette annually presents over 120 music, dance, and intermedia performances by established and emerging artists, as well as 150 community and rental events.
The New-York Historical Society is a historic landmark next to Central Park. It is one of the nation’s preeminent cultural institutions and the oldest museum in New York City. The Robert H. Smith Auditorium is a modern and state-of-the-art space ideal for broadcasting facilities, and the New-York Historical Society has a range of other impressive events spaces to curate complimentary experiences for onsite guests.
Lavan 541 is a loft-style, luxurious white canvas ideal for modern and tech-savvy event experiences. It has an impressive one-of-a-kind 270 degree projection mapping technology to transform the space into a personalized, immersive experience. This tech can be an ideal way to curate interaction and engagement between the onsite and virtual audiences.
This penthouse venue boosts beautiful unobstructed views of the cityscape and the Hudson River, located in a historic 1920's printing press building. A vast balcony offers a perfect space for producing an onsite memorable atmosphere, and the open interior is fully equipped for a broadcasting set up.
The Ziegfeld Ballroom is a renovated historic space that pays homage to its Art Deco heritage, while also being a modern, tech-focused venue. An open and column-free space allows for an versatile and custom floor plan.
The New World Stages venue has five theaters of varying scales, optimized with high-end broadcasting technology. The venue also has open spaces for a VIP cocktail or social networking for the onsite audience, following the broadcast.
NeueHouse was built for broadcasting events, with multiple spaces fully accommodated for multi-camera live stream productions of all scales. Its warm industrial vibe is a mixture of old-school sophistication and contemporary charm.
The Spring Studios is a collection of bright, open spaces that can be used as luxurious white canvasses for any production or event. The floor-to-ceiling windows offer vibrant views of the city during the day and the sparkling night.
Located within NYC’s Chelsea Piers, this venue offers three alluring waterfront spaces; Pier Sixty, The Lighthouse and Current. All have open floor plans, an abundance of natural light, and sweeping cityscape views from the Hudson River.
The Guggenheim Museum is an iconic New York City institution and a world-famous Frank Lloyd Wright–designed landmark building. The Peter B. Lewis Theater within, also designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is an intimate space with a circular flow.