Vogue: The Apollo Celebrates 90 Years With Usher, Babyface, and a Star-Studded Concert

Harlem's West 125th Street lit up as the famed Apollo Theater, a beacon of Black culture and history, celebrated its 2024 Spring Benefit. The annual celebration, a testament to the theater's 90 years of contributions to the American art canon, honors its past, present, and future.

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About The Apollo

The Apollo is an American cultural treasure. It is a vibrant non-profit organization rooted in the Harlem community that engages people from around New York, the nation, and the world. Since 1934, The Apollo has celebrated, created, and presented work that centers Black artists and voices from across the African Diaspora. It has also been a catalyst for social and civic advocacy. Today, The Apollo is the largest performing arts institution committed to Black culture and creativity.

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The Apollo is a commissioner and presenter; catalyst for new artists, audiences, and creative workforce; and partner in the projection of the African American narrative and its role in the development of American and global culture.

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The Apollo envisions a new American canon centered on contributions to the performing arts by artists of the African diaspora, in America and beyond.

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