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We want to make Apolo a safe and inclusive space, free from phobias, harassment and discriminatory behaviour. This responsibility is everyone’s, therefore, we ask that our public have a respectful attitude, and not discriminate based on origin, gender, sexual orientation or religion.
The venue will not tolerate any type of sexism, homophobia, lesbophobia, transphobia, racism, classism or misogyny and reserves the right to refuse admission in the event that any of these behaviours are detected.
If you witness something that is not right, please, tell our staff or get in touch with us. And, of course, if you suffer any harassment or assault, do not hesitate to ask for help. All the staff in the venue is trained to prevent and to deal with this type issue.
Our protocol is the one set out by the Barcelona Town Hall “No Callem”, that is now implemented in over 40 venues and festivals in the city. More info about the protocol here.
Seeing the dance floor as a community one of the keys to respect. We ask our crowd to be aware of the impact of their actions and to make sure that they have the other person’s consent before initiating any type of activity with them.
To respect yourself and others – their appearance, identity, gender... – is fundamental to making the Apolo a venue in which we feel comfortable.
We have set up a specific email address that we can use to discuss, debate and report inappropriate situations in the venue. Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will be very happy to talk to you.