Stage 48 Presents Premiere Live Entertainment Venue to Hellas Kitchen

New York City sets the bar for an ever-changing nightlife scene. Newcomer Stage 48 rises to the occasion as it introduces a unique live entertainment experience to Hell’s Kitchen in late November. Complete with a fully equipped stage, adjustable dance floor, VIP seating, four large bars for optimal beverage service, a state of the art sound & lighting system, wrap-around balcony and TVs, Stage 48 is not limited in its event capabilities – the 30,000 square foot space is equipped to handle live acts, private events, cocktail parties and club nights.

Stage 48 combines the beauty of its original industrial architecture with modern day furnishings and details.  Rich, warm colors and exotic woods outfit the entire space. The industrial chic space boasts a 34-foot stage complete with elevated VIP areas for prime viewing pleasure as well as a 3,500 square foot mezzanine balcony overlooking the first floor.  In addition, Z Bar Restaurant & Sky-Lounge, located on the top two levels of the venue, will be opening to the public in the next few weeks. Patrons will be able to enjoy a gourmet restaurant and glass-enclosed roof top lounge all year long.

Stage 48’s impeccable light and sound systems were modeled after prestigious nightlife venues in Las Vegas, resulting in a state of art DJ and concert venue.  A 4-panel LCD panel display illuminates the back wall of the stage.  Light dinner fare will be available with an emphasis on European/Latin fusion cuisine as well as an extensive beverage program, complete with a wide array of bottle service.

Founder Pedro Zamora has curated a team of the most experienced and capable people in the industry to oversee operations at Stage 48.  “Stage 48 fuses together all the components of a perfect event venue – be it a live performance, corporate event or club night, we worked to create a space that could accommodate all,” explained Zamora.

Stage 48 has confirmed several performances to hit their main stage in the upcoming months including Steve Kimock, Rusted Root, Conspirator, Raekwon/Rakim, Cracker + Camper Van Beethoven, Cowboy Mouth, Amel Larrieux, John Waters and Enrique Bunbury.  Patrons can visit Stage 48’s website ( for additional information on concert dates and ticket sales.

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