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Those who know us well know that we like to go against the tide all the time, that's why for many years we have welcome Christmas in our own way, by bringing together the family in the traditional Gran Bola de Neu, the Apolo's Christmas party!
A free day of non-stop music, which this year will feature performances by Las Bajas Pasiones, Julia Sabaté and Lucy Val at La (2) de Apolo, as well as a DJ set to be confirmed, and will also feature AL-V, the beloved and iconic organizer of the Futuroa parties, as a special live host from La (2).
The Apolo's Christmas party is back, the way to end the year we deserve!
Las Bajas Pasiones is a LGTBIQ electronic and urban music project where they connect a brazen desire to live, burn the shoes on the dance floor and an antagonistic attitude towards what they sell us as life. A proposal that wanders between electronic experimentation, synthesizers, danceable rhythms and guitars.
Although the name of the group fits perfectly with the aesthetics of the project, Las Bajas Pasiones is not only a party where you can let yourself go, free yourself and relativize; behind their music there is a political condition and their lyrics speak of personal experiences closely related to queer identity.
While preparing their next work, which will see the light at the beginning of 2024, Trusty, Edu Libra and Toni Taboo arrive at Apolo with those vindictive, brazen and, above all, free messages that gather their previous works "Rizomas Salvajes" (2018), "Bichx Rarx" (2020) and "Neocancaneo" (2022).
Julia Sabaté invites you on a mesmerizing journey into the depths of passion, emotion and feelings. Originally from a small town in the Netherlands, but deeply rooted in her Barcelona heritage, she fearlessly embarks on a musical adventure to reconnect with that legacy she feels so close to.
With her debut single, "J*der, te quiero", Sabaté opens the door to uncharted territories, weaving a compelling blend of pop, electronica and hip-hop with authenticity and vulnerability, driven by her innate connection to emotions, fond memories and personal stories.
In the last year, the artist stands out for her performance at the aftershow of Rosalía's concert at AFAS Live in Amsterdam, as well as for having debuted at Café Berlin in Madrid and at the BIME festival in Bilbao.
At that point on the horizon where the future and the most adventurous present mix, the silhouette of Lucy Val can be glimpsed, a multifaceted artist who has been creating waves since 2020, those that drag you with the strength they have.
Last March, the Portuguese released the EP "Serpetino", a work consisting of six tracks based on fire and blood, of lament, but also of dances, where electronics collides with tradition, with the soul of the Alentejo song and falls in love with the most modern R&B with Latin sounds. All together. All new.
Julia Sabate and Lucy Val's shows is supported by Liveurope, the first pan-European initiative supporting concert venues in their efforts to promote European emerging artists. Liveurope is co-founded by the Creative Europe programme of the European Union.