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Sala Apolo

Sala Apolo

Contacts

Country: Spain

City: Barcelona

Address: Carrer Nou de la Rambla, 113, 08004 Barcelona

Phone number: +34 934 41 40 01

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Reviews

#1
They refused to give us a bottle of water on the bar saying they had closed at 5.30. Although she asked kindly, they did not even look at the waiters' faces.
Review by Mike Challe

Source: https://www.google.com/

#2
Went to watch Stereophonics here, absolutely brilliant small venue. The only letdown on our visit was the small number of people that couldn’t understand concerts and that you can’t stand there and expect nobody to stand in the gaps in front of them if they will leave big gaps but the venue itself was brilliant. Drinks were reasonably priced as well. The venue itself is well supported by the metro stations close by.
Review by davidptravell

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.ru/

#3
Had the pleasure of visiting to see the Stereophonics on 2nd Feb, a great venue indeed. Easy to find, great location and the best thing, no bar queues, plenty of staff.
Only holds around 1600 people so concerts are very up close and personal.
Review by ihuckle

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.ru/

#4
The music was meant to be great and honestly it sounded like only one beat and rythm the whole evening. Waiters unpleasant but nothing compared to the agressive attitude of the doormen. I don't recommand it to anyone Who wants to have a fun night out.
Review by TomSandrine

Source: https://www.tripadvisor.ru/

#5
I went for the famous "Nasty Monday" and it certainly didn't disappoint! It's so packed for a Monday night! The party runs every week from around 2am to 6am (nightlife of Barcelona starts super late). Entrance fee was 16 euros with a free drink. The alcohol was of really bad quality. Literally got a stomach ache a few hours later, but the music was impressive! They mainly played famous American rock songs. Your guilty pleasure songs might very well be on the list. Very danceable and fun. The crowd was pretty amazing. You could definitely hit up some convos with strangers from all over the world. Too packed close to the main stage but there were some good spots up the terrace.

There was another scene down the basement playing the "nasty bass". They're DJing some EDM and electro. Honestly, the beats were not bad at all, even though we didn't know any of the music.
Review by Yenny C.

Source: https://www.yelp.com/

#6
Nasty Mondays at Sala Apolo are an experience. More an experience for anyone not old enough to know what a landline is, but an experience nonetheless.

Wanted to do something semi local and not a night club on a Monday, so did some digging and Nasty Mondays popped up. A bartender said she loved the venue on Sunday nights so that was green light enough for me.

There were two lines upon arrival and I'm not entirely sure what the difference between the two was, but somehow my pal and I were the last to be shuffled in via the fast moving line. We still had to pay a cover but it was the price of a drink and included a drink, so win/win all around.

It's a pretty spacious venue with an upstairs and downstairs and some haphazardly roped off VIP section for people with bottle service (which seems unnecessary given the music selection and vibe of the evening). The music was a mix between rock and '80s, which is not my fave but the kiddos seemed to enjoy it.

It gets packed quickly and the "Nasty" part is when these two DJs get on stage and do some interesting theatrics before they start spinning. Entertaining, definitely. The music stayed relatively the same and while it was a little more upbeat because of the energy from the stage, it got late and I grew more tired instead of "let's rage."

I wouldn't recommend it highly but I also wouldn't not recommend it. You know?
Review by Katie B.

Source: https://www.yelp.com/

#7
Go here on Mondays-- they have something called Nasty Mondays, which is kind of like a rock concert. It's fun, it's an "event," and it's enjoyable. A pretty good club, definitely one of the cooler ones in my opinion.
Review by Tina Nguyen

Source: https://www.skyscanner.ca

#8
Most (in)famous for its Nasty Mondays and Crappy Tuesdays sessions, the crowd, mood and music in Sala Apolo vary considerably depending on what night of the week you’re there. If you’re looking for somewhere to liven up a dreary Monday evening in Barcelona, (and don’t mind paying the not inconsiderable entry fee), Apolo possesses a certain down-at-heel charm, playing mainly rock and indie tracks to the buzzed young locals. Don’t be caught out by the no-smoking policy – if you nip out for a fag you’ll face the entry fee all over again.
Review by Julie Sheridan

Source: https://www.skyscanner.ca

#9
What a waste
One of the best clubs in barcelona wasted by poor hiring of the security on the door. They are just disrespectful, rude and lack basic human interaction skills. Wouldnt recommend, unless you like to be miss treated.
Review by F3526ALjoea

Source: www.tripadvisor.com

#10
I've went to see HYUKOH!
Was the best concert ever!
Made friends!
It was all very good organized
The queue went fast when it was time to open the doors!
And it wasn't all crazy running chicks but just walking to your place
Amazing to see it like that!
Thumbs Up for the people working there!
Review by Lili

Source: www.google.com

#11
Best nightclub in Barcelona. Also after the renovation it's looking amazing. I love how functional the restrooms are! there's never a line
Review by Tanit

Source: www.google.com

#12
Amazing little venue. Saw Jess Glynne here, and the bar was always accessible and got drinks quick and easy. It was busy but not crowded. Would definitely go back.
Review by Jessica Browne

Source: www.google.com

Description

This venue has it all: tried and trusted club nights, a good mix of live acts/top DJs, and an unpretentious atmosphere where you can really let your hair down.

Sala Apolo is a converted amphitheater complete with a stage, balcony and underground basement. This club is birthplace of Nasty Mondays (one of the most famous parties in Barcelona), breaking records for attendance and giving the city yet another reason to forego sleep on a weeknight in exchange for the guarantee of an amazing night.

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