This is what fans need to know about their tour

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Helene Fischer
This is what fans need to know about their tour

Helene Fischer, here at “Wetten, dass ..?”, Is planning a total of 70 live concerts for 2023.

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Helene Fischer has announced that she will go on a major tour through Germany, Austria and Switzerland in 2023.

In August 2022, the hit queen will give a mega show in Munich, but that is far from over. Helene Fischer (37) has announced that she wants to go on a big tour in 2023. The singer is already looking forward to Instagram: “This is going to be big !!!”

“Overwhelming moments full of emotions”

A total of 70 concerts are currently planned in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It should start in March 2023 in Bremen. Shows in Cologne, Hamburg, Dortmund and Leipzig follow. It continues to Stuttgart, Oberhausen, Berlin, Mannheim, Hanover, Vienna, Zurich, Munich and Frankfurt.

“We want to create overwhelming moments full of emotions and worlds and share with you our irrepressible joy of finally being live on stage again”, explains Fischer on Instagram. In addition to a band and dancers, artists should also be present at the performances. On the website of the organizer Live Nation there is talk that Fischer will develop the shows from scratch together with experts from Cirque du Soleil. The promise is “overwhelming stage design, thrilling choreographies and heartbeat moments”.

This has never happened before

On Instagram, Fischer explains: “Tours have always been milestones in my career, that’s why we want to break new ground together with Cirque du Soleil and offer you an experience that wasn’t there before.” The Schlager Queen will present songs from her latest album “Rausch” as well as her greatest hits on the tour.

It will take a long time to get started. However, advance sales for the mega tour will start shortly. Fans can secure tickets from November 19th.

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