Status: 26/09/2023, 14:56 p.m.
By: Elisa Buhrke
Helene Fischer is coming to Munich for five concerts in the Olympic Hall – during the Oktoberfest! Here you can find information about concert dates, ticket prices and remaining tickets, directions and set list.
Munich - In the middle of the Oktoberfest season, a huge wave of concerts by Helene Fischer awaits the people of Munich: The pop star is coming to the Olympic Hall for five concerts. In August 2022, the singer performed in front of 130,000 people at the exhibition center in Riem - possibly a size too big at the time. This time, the concerts are comparatively cozy: a total of 15,500 visitors fit into the Olympic Hall. All important information about concert times, ticket prices, directions and song list can be found here.
- Concert dates of Helene Fischer in Munich
- Remaining tickets and ticket prices
- How to get to the concert in the Olympic Hall
When is Helene Fischer coming to Munich?
Helene Fischer will perform five times in the Olympic Hall in Munich from the end of September to the beginning of October: on 26 (Tuesday) and 27 September, on 29 and 30 September and on 1 October (Sunday).
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When does the concert of Helene Fischer start?
The concert in the Olympic Hall starts at 20 p.m., admission begins at 18.30 p.m.
Helene Fischer is coming to Munich for five concerts in the Olympic Hall – at the same time as the Oktoberfest. © IMAGO / Funke Foto Services
How much does a ticket for the Helene Fischer show cost?
Remaining tickets are still available for all shows. Especially on weekends, however, many ticket categories are already sold out. Standing room costs between 64.90 euros and 281.50 euros, seats between 69.90 euros and 154.90 euros. Tickets are available, for example, via ticketmaster.de, eventim.de and via the website of the Olympic Park Munich.
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How long is Helene Fischer's concert in Munich?
The pop queen's concerts on her "Live 2023" tour will last around three hours, including a break.
What songs does Helene Fischer play at her concerts in Munich?
On her current tour, Helene Fischer plays her best-known hits and songs from her current, eighth album "Rausch". According to schlagerpuls.com, the setlist includes the following titles:
- Zero to 100
- Hand in Hand
- Breathless through the night
- Love is a dance
- Roller coaster
- All of me
The full setlist, which Fischer is expected to play in the Olympic Hall, can be found here.
Who is the opening act for Helene Fischer "Live 2023"?
There will be no opening act for the "Live 2023" tour in Munich. Fischer will perform together with artists from the world-famous Cirque du Soleil: Concertgoers can expect an impressive stage program including acrobatics and dance interludes by the pop queen.
How do I get to Helene Fischer's concert in the Olympic Hall?
The Olympic Hall Munich can be easily reached by public transport. Access is possible via the following lines:
- U3 in the direction of Moosach via the Olympic Centre, about a 10-minute walk to the Olympic Park
- Tram lines 20 and 21 stop Olympiapark West
- Bus line 173 stop Olympiapark-Eisstadion
By car, concertgoers drive via the Mittlerer Ring to the Olympic Park. Parking is available on the premises. Parking in the Olympic Park is free of charge for people with disabilities, wheelchair users can access the barrier-free spaces in the Olympic Hall via the East/West entrances.
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