New York City is internationally renowned for attracting dance music’s most elite talent to perpetuate its world-class nightlife scene. Although the Big Apple saw the unfortunate closing of Pacha earlier this year, Stage48 – a brand new venue located in Manhattan’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood - looks to make its own game-changing impact on New York City’s club circuit with the grand opening of it’s Saturday night party series: disOrder.
To launch its premier dance event series, Stage48 will host disOrder’s grand opening on May 14th with the legendary Erick Morillo as its first headlining act. A household name in house music who has played too many clubs to count, Erick Morillo has been a veteran DJ in New York City since the early 90s and holds an unmatched resume that includes: remix duties for the likes of Madonna and LL Cool JJ, an expansive catalog of originals, his own Subliminal Records imprint, and an unforgettable Essential Mix when he kicked off BBC Radio 1′s Master Series. Morillo will be supported by local favorites Hex Hector, Father Chris, and DJ Louie Gorba.
Ticket’s for disOrder’s grand opening with Erick Morillo can be purchased here.
To prepare for the event, NYC club-goers can listen to Erick Morillo’s BBC Radio 1 Essential mix below.
Erick Morillo – Something For Carl Cox (Original Mix)
Good Morning Mix: Erick Morillo kicks off Essential Mix’s Master Series
Nicole Moudaber, Erick Morillo added to House of Rob roster