Time Out says
Posted: Tue Aug 28 2012
This concert hall/nightclub has become the city's paradigm of indie clubbing and good live music in an informal atmosphere. Artists new to the scene as well as acclaimed pop, rock, folk and international electronic music stars grace the stage every day of the week.
Sala Apolo Nou de la Rambla, 113
What's on at Sala Apolo
Jazz and experimental, Clubs, Things to do
One Sunday a month, Sala Apolo gets all dressed up to welcome the Barcelona Jazz Orchestra, and this time around Biel Ballester as well, who will perform jazz manouche from the 1930s. These sessions fill the hall with an almost magic atmosphere that transports...
Oriol Riverola (aka John Talabot) is one of the top Catalan artists of the moment. He's making his second album now, following the successful 'Fin' (2012, Hivern Discs), and he hasn't stopped touring the world as a top DJ: he's taken his sound – a meeting...
After three albums and a collaboration with Ramón Rodríguez (The New Raemon), Martí Sales (Els Surfing Sirles) and Raúl Fernández (Refree), singer-songwriter Maria Rodés surprised us by using grief and angst as sources of artistic inspiration on her latest...
Electronica, Things to do
Sala Apolo is already a great dance destination every other night of the year, and has created its very own New Year's Eve tradition with a 1990s revival party. Resident Nitsa Club DJs, DJ Fra, Shelby Grey, Kosmos and William Dafoe spin the sounds to...