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Concert Hall

Sala Apolo

228 locals recommend · Estimated price 3 out of 4 ·
Why locals recommend it
This is probably the most majestic music venue in Barcelona, with its huge lamp making a big impression as you get in. The fact that it’s a big venue doesn’t affect the quality of the sound, partly because of its wooden structures. It’s an old theater, built in 1901, and one of the nicest places to experience live music in the city, very comfortable and warm. If you want to experience the sound of this venue at its fullest, try to be right in the center of the room. That’s where the sound is the most balanced and clear.
Borja
Borja
February 19, 2017

Tips from locals

Rut
Rut
November 18, 2019
At Apolo you get exquisite electronica with DJ Fra and Kosmos as your gurus. Downstairs in La [2] it's Astin, where you'll hear the best house and disco with DJ Coco, Arnau Obiols and Morgan Hammer. Nitsa is Guardiola's Barça of Barcelona clubs, a place where some of the best DJs have got the dance…
Jordi
Jordi
July 27, 2019
One of the most famous venues. Indie and electronic music. Getting there: - 20 minutes walk. - BUS: D20 - Get off at Metro Paral·lel + (1 minute walk)
Ana
Ana
July 14, 2019
One of the must emblematic dance halls in Barcelona. An ancient theater, it is characterized by an alternative touch where you will find from deep house to indie-rock, funk, soul and hip-hop.
Sergio
Sergio
June 30, 2019
live music & parties
Leo
Leo
February 21, 2019
On Sundays free early parties diverse ambient, shows, challenges, big theatre .

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Location
113 Carrer Nou de la Rambla
Barcelona, CT 08004
Phone+34 934 41 40 01
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Saturday 8:00 PM
Reservations
Yes
Credit Cards
Yes
Private Room
Yes
Music
Live Music
Wifi
Yes
Menus
Happy Hour
Drinks
Cocktails
Coat Check
Yes
Restroom
Yes
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