70 concerts planned: Helene Fischer announces big tour
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70 concerts planned
Helene Fischer announces big tour
9/21/2022, 8:47 PM
The ire of the VIP ticket holders of Helene Fischer’s last concert in Munich has just subsided, so they can already get ready for the next Schlager Queen event. In the coming year, the 38-year-old singer will be on stage a total of 70 times.
Pop star Helene Fischer is going on a big tour through Germany, Austria and Switzerland next year. As the singer announced at a specially convened press conference in Cologne, there will be a total of 70 dates. Fischer is once again collaborating with the Cirque du Soleil, which will creatively accompany the concerts.
Fischer said of the large number of concerts: “I don’t care how many concerts we organize. The most important thing is that I can make people happy.” That’s fine for her, as long as she has a few days off between shows. Especially in times like these, it’s paramount on evenings like this that the audience “just switch off and leave everyday life behind,” as the “world” quoted Fischer.
“Perfectly staged show” to be expected
Referring to rising prices and the energy crisis caused by the war in Ukraine, Fischer said according to “Tonight News”: “A family that offered a concert once or twice a year before the crisis may now think twice about where they are going.” go.” She is there to make sure people go home happy and take the memories with them. She won’t continue to express herself politically because the media would jump on it: “I don’t think I’m important enough for that.”
The entire planning of the show took 18 months and will soon become concrete for her personally. She has to train for the last three to four months: “The muscles will definitely remember one effort or the other, but it will be very intense.” She’s not flawless, but it’s going to be a “perfectly staged show.” She can hardly wait for the tour to start.
It starts on March 21 in Bremen. After stops in Cologne, Hamburg, Dortmund, Leipzig, Stuttgart, Oberhausen, Berlin, Mannheim, Hanover, Vienna, Zurich and Munich, the tour ends in Frankfurt on October 8. Tickets are already available on the official website helene-fischer.de.