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Apollo Theater


253 W. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
New York, New York

The Apollo Theater in New York City has long been a beacon for new and innovative African-American talent. Many important African-American performers have graced this stage and made history. The introduction of Amateur Night in the 1930s helped aspiring musicians, comedians, and actors gain recognition in the big city. Take a tour of the theater and enjoy a show with your family this Black History Month.

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