Florian Silbereisen brings the Schlager to the Kitzbühel Alps. At a press conference, he announced who will be a guest at the "Schlagerbooom Open Air".
Kitzbühel – On July 1st, Schlager star Florian Silbereisen (41) will attract Schlager fans to Kitzbühel, Austria, for the first "Schlagerbooom Open Air".
Who's coming to the show on July 1st?
At a press conference, the presenter announced further star guests and explained how much he is looking forward to the open-air offshoot of his popular TV show "Schlagerbooom", which has been taking place in Dortmund's Westfalenhalle since 2016.
"This will be a unique experience," the Tiroler Tageszeitung quotes from the press conference that took place yesterday (Thursday, 1 June) in Kitzbühel.
"Schlagerbooom" in the tennis stadium
The production venue of the Schlager event provides an incomparable atmosphere: the tennis stadium of the popular ski resort in the Tyrolean mountains. "It's rather small with steep tiers, which creates a very special atmosphere. I'm really curious to see what it's like when we really step on the gas in there," says Silbereisen.
Florian Silbereisen brings the Schlager to the Kitzbühel Alps. At a press conference, he announced who will be a guest at the "Schlagerbooom Open Air". © Imago Images
There will also be a world premiere at the show: singer Anastacia (54) is to sing her version of "An Tage wie diesen" by Die Toten Hosen live for the first time. In addition, Al Bano (80) and Romina Power (71) will once again sing their big hits together in Kitzbühel.
In addition, it was confirmed at the press conference that Beatrice Egli (34), Vicky Leandros (70), Andy Borg (62), Michelle (51), Mireille Mathieu (76), Ross Antony (48) and Melissa Naschenweng (32) will be on stage at the open air. In addition, the "Bergdoktor" stars Mark Keller (58) will be a guest. It has already been announced that Andreas Gabalier (38), Howard Carpendale (77), DJ Ötzi (52) and Daniela Katzenberger (36) will be guests.
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The show will be broadcast live on ARD and ORF on July 1 from 20:15 p.m. 6,000 Schlager fans can be there live in the stadium, and some of the coveted tickets are still available.
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