253 West 125th Street, New York, New York 10027, United States
February 15, 2018I mean it's the Apollo! Rich history and heritage. So glad this place was restored. Must visit and experience for yourself.January 30, 2018Its like a party - you can't help but have a great time. The MC, dj and other staff are so professional they rope you in and make sure you have a blast. Amateur night on Wednesdays is fantastic and so affordable - date night or just friends poonight out its fun. The other shows that are put on there are great too.November 26, 2017I attended top dog and the talent was mind blowing. The youth that competed that night was fantastic. It was very hard to choose just one winner. The adult performance we're just as equally talented. There is no bad seat in the house. This was my first time and I will return again in the future.October 21, 2017I first entered the theater for the Wednesday night AMATEUR MIGHT show, hosted by Capone ..... Immediately a nostalgic feeling overwhelmed me as I walked down the storied hall to the tall oak doors. The view inside is worth the trip to NYC on its own merit. The next night was the night of my show, inside the Apollo Comedy Club. Headlining such a major show in such a major venue was validating, to say the least. The staff is incredible.. From Alice, to Mr White, Mr. Walter, Anthony, & big Wayne... even my dear Ms Gloria...... all under the command of Mr Dwight Jordan.... a man who goes beyond the extra mile to facilitate the artist's every whim ..... And the entire event is produced by the Apollo's "Curator of Comedy" .... the legendary Bob Sumner. I am blessed to have attended such a historic edifice #BlaqRonJanuary 02, 2018Loved coming here as a kid! Talent Night was the best shows. I met The Rock and Monique and the Apollo. This is truly a Harlem landmark.
Funseek Review (3)Concert Ticket AgencySeptember 18, 2012
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!Untapped CitiesAugust 24, 2012
The 1,853 seat Apollo Theatre opened on December 15, 1913 is most known for its Amateur Night, at which Ella Fitzgerald, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, James Brown and Lauryn Hill all performed.Event JunkiesAugust 20, 2012
Amateur Night is on Wednesday