People tend to check in during these times:
The place where stars are born and legends are made.
Amateur Night is a blast the first time when you're cheering for your favorites...but even more fun the next time when you have the courage to boo! An NYC rite of passage with repeating
Casa de shows
Legends have performed here!
Excelente casa de shows no coração do Harlem, aqui você confere o melhor da música americana!
I saw James Brown here back in the day. This is Harlem history. Long may it reign.
Epic. This needs to be on everyone's bucket list. Go amateur night and boo the ones that suck!
Divertidísima la Amateur Night!!!
Very energetic show! Pumps you up and makes you laugh hard! Audience centered entertainment for sure!
Classic theater, there are events on
Soul, babe! Soul!!!!
Legendary! You can feel it in the atmosphere
Variety program Showtime at the Apollo may have established this venue as a household name, but it’s roots help define American pop music.
Experiência incrível e alegre!
Very nice and informative tour with Mr. APOLLO Himself (Billy Mitchell). He was wonderful with the kids and had tons of stories.
If you love music, this is a great place to listen to new talent....
For the film Malcolm X, the welcome for Joe Louis and the march from the police station to the hospital after the release of brother Johnson, were filmed on 125th Street by the legendary theater.
My sole reason for going to the Apollo was to see K. Michelle. She or BET canceled her performance. So, I had to settle for Asap Rockey. I am not a fan of his, but Kiki Sheard was cool!
go to an Apollo Live Show! so much fun!
Students pay $12
The best place! You should go and see it!!
Amateur night is the greatest most fun show I have seen in New York!
Be inspired by their amazing shows. Or expand your artistic talents by signing up for a masterclass.
Don't boo people from your hometown. No matter how much they suck.
Make sure you get the Apollo theater app to be part of the digital crowd!!!
No cameras allowed
I go to a lot of shows, and I have to say, this is the nicest and friendliest venue staff I've come across
I have my pic up. How do you think my experience was here?!?
Make sure they aren't having a bogus night like tonight where there was no boo-ing because of a Broadway tribute. I wish I could get a refund.
Doing new, fresh music. No more same ole same ole.
A walk of fame, tourists, & celebs make this the draw of w.125th st. Someone is always hawking something out front, so always talk them down. Wed amateur night packs them in. Get in line 4 tix early!!
Today till 5pm it's a free open house at The Apollo in celebration of Black History Month!
This theater began hosting African American acts in the 1930, starting with its legendary Amatuer Hour! See some great examples of African-Americans' contributions to us all: http://bet.us/BHM
One of tha main reason i luv livin here..
Showing respecting for myself and my friend Moses!
Still catching my breath. My face hurts from laughing.
If you're way scared of heights don't book upper mezz section as the incline is scary steep and uncomfortable. Oh and there are about 10,000 steps up manually. In other not for the faint of heart.
Lo storico teatro dove hanno suonato tutti i protagonisti della black music: da Aretha Franklin a Michael Jackson | The historic black music venue, where all the big and famous artists have played
The most legendary...from The Jackson 5 to James Brown...some of the greatest talent the world has ever known has hit this stage. and some of the WORST: check out Amateur night! lol and dress up!
Amateur Night is on Wednesday
Every Wednesday the Apollo hosts an Amateur Night, where you can cheer on performers or boo them off the stage! Be sure to get there early for tickets, as this night sells out quickly!
Drinks are a little pricey but there are some great events here!
I visited the Apollo the week after Michael Jackson passed away. I had a chance to sign the infamous memorial wall! Tears...
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