One of the most acclaimed super-groups in the underground music scene are the Frenchmen Apollonia, a trio that has maintained an unsurpassed level in terms of technique, performance and top-notch selection throughout the years. The guys of Apollonia will arrive in Belgium this Friday, as they play at the renowned Ampere nightclub in Antwerp for what is set to be a massive night of endless grooves, smiles and hands up moments on the dancefloor.


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The team composed by Dan Ghenacia, Dyed Soundorom, and Shonky constantly delivers impeccable sets that drive crowds into a realm of beautiful sounds across the globe. Warm-up duties will be taken care of by Pirrès a name that has gained recognition in the local Dutch scene, as he builds the momentum as the night progresses with his unique selection of house-infused grooves. The elegant music, charisma and dynamic format of Apollonia’s B2B2B approach always brings the best energy and material to the dancefloor. 

Few names in the industry can manage to be as widely recognized and yet remain true to their craft as Apollonia. The trio’s constant drive as selectors and producers has gained them their well-deserved respect across the globe and eventually led to the creation of their very own self-titled label Apollonia in 2012, as an outlet for their productions and a platform for collaboration with established and rising talent alike. The Apollonia label and DJ collective continue to seduce audiences with their distinctive, sophisticated, and timeless blend of house with an unmistakably French edge and elegance.


The French super-group has delivered top quality music for years now and shows no sign of stopping anytime soon. Apollonia’s characteristic style and charisma, despite the vast number of artists scattered all around the world, are among the most exciting between all the DJ performances to witness in the electronic music panorama. Join us for another spectacular evening at Ampere, a night that is sure to resonate in time and souls.




Words by Daniel Ordonez