Stadium Live is a spectacular new concert venue like no other in Moscow.
• From the creators of “Bunker”, “B2” and “B1”
• 150 kilowatts of first-class sound
• Bar counter stretching the entire length of the stadium
• 9000 m2 of pure pleasure
A unique performance area with a capacity equal to the “Luzhniki” Sports Palace and greater than “Crocus City Hall”, proving that it can compete not only with the city’s major club spaces, but, also, with concert halls and sports facilities. The venue is located near one of the largest arterial avenues inside the city – “Leningradsky Prospekt”, or Leningrad Avenue. In the near future, a convenient transport interchange next to the hall will come into effect. The concert hall is within walking distance from the subway station “Sokol” – only a short five-minute walk away.
The design project for the venue includes a VIP area that allows for more than 600 seats. The restaurant kitchen is located close to the VIP zone, thereby ensuring that guests’ food orders are served quickly and waiters avoid having to make their way through a dancing crowd. Here you will also find the famous bar counter, a good 140 meters long.
The performance space, having both seating and standing arrangements, proves to be much more than just a concert hall, as it may be configured into a full-on dance area, auditorium with theatre seating, an art exhibition or any other presentation. The venue’s large and conveniently accessible entrance on “Baltiyskaya street” provides for its quick filling at the start of a performance, while preventing a sizable crowd forming at its end. There is, also, a convenient entrance from one side of the stage, which allows for an effortless installation and dismantling of equipment, without having to bother the audience in any way; this means, that the public can stay as long as they’d like after a concert. There are no residential apartments near the site and, therefore, event organizers are not limited by a certain time period or noise level. Our professionally trained security service is present on-site at all times. The venue designers maintain fire-safety measures at a very high level, as even firefighters describe the precautions for the venue to be “more than adequate”.
Despite the large space, the view of the stage is never obstructed by any load-bearing structures. Besides, the hall’s video and broadcast systems provide four huge screens and a multitude of television monitors. All this makes it simply impossible for the audience not to see anything.
The venue plans to have an intense schedule, hosting no less than 12 concert events per month. Each event will be accompanied by a massive advertising campaign in Moscow through outdoor advertising, partnerships with TV and radio stations, as well as Internet promotion.