Between 1930 and 1933, Dallapé became the most popular dance orchestra in Finland. From a modest four-man combo it had grown into a highly professional 14-man orchestra with its own tour bus, music school and publishing company. The orchestra played regularly in Helsinki. It is characteristic of its popularity that in 1933 it took over the Heimola hall on Hallituskatu, which had room for 1500 dancers. The orchestra was now billed as the "Dallapé accordion orchestra".