The Iconic Boyz are the youngest dancers to ever compete on “America’s Best Dance Crew" (MTV). Drawing inspiration from the likes of Michael Jackson and Justin Bieber, this "boy band of dance" plans to impress the crowd with a unique style of hip-hop and street jazz.


They were founded in 2006. Often referred to as “the boy band of dance”, the 15 member crew is living proof that young dreams can become a reality- especially for millennial males on a quest to learn how to dance. With a lifestyle fueled by endurance, courage and self-confidence, this remarkable teen hip hop and street jazz dance crew reveal that dancing at a young age can in fact, be iconic.

 

To visit the group's website, click here www.iconicboyz.com.

AMATEUR NIGHT

Experience the contest that started it all! Amateur Night at the Apollo is a big loud party where brave contestants might be cheered, jeered or booed. Every Wednesday at 7:30PM you the audience decide who will be the next Apollo legend by telling the performers to be good or be gone! MORE>>

 

JASON MORAN

The Apollo Theater and The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts presents Harlem Nights/ U Street Lights an adventurous three-part program, exploring the deep musical connections between the Harlem and DC jazz scenes. Curated by Kennedy Center Artistic Director for Jazz, Jason Moran. MORE>>

 


The Apollo's 2014-2015 season is made possible by lead support from Citi, the Coca-Cola Company, Troy and Keisha Dixon, Folonari Wines and Cavicchioli 1928, the Ford Foundation Fund for Global Programs, the Hearst Foundations, Robert K. Kraft, The Parsons Family Foundation, the Ronald O. Perelman Family Foundation, JoAnn Price, Rockefeller Cultural Innovation Fund, The Peter Jay Sharp Foundation, Earl W. and Amanda Stafford, Time Warner Inc., the Reginald Van Lee New Works Fund, the Apollo Board of Directors and many other generous donors.
 
Lead annual support is also provided by public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.