The Cabaret Law, a 91-year-old law that prohibited dancing in bars, is expected to be overturned on Tuesday.
The controversial cabaret license might be on its way out.
The meeting to discuss the Cabaret Law will take place Monday, June 19 at City Hall.
The event this Thursday was put together by Boiler Room and Dance Liberation Network in support of their Let NYC Dance campaign.
Hundreds of people meet last night in Brooklyn to voice concerns over the challenges facing the nightlife scene.
They will meet with Tom Finkelpearl of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs later this month.
The cabaret law—and its prejudicial history—is one of the city's darkest secrets.
As mayor of NYC from 1994 through 2001, Rudy Giuliani demonized nightlife as our city's bastard child in order to make things safe for tourists and co-op owners.