Helene Fischer aims for a “new level of fitness”.

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Of: Susanne Kroeber

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70 concerts, more than 100 costumes, artistic interludes: Helene Fischer presented her superlative new tour in Cologne. It starts in March 2023 in Bremen.

COLOGNE – Helene Fischer casually made herself comfortable in a red sweater with a kiss on it, black skinny pants and black platform shoes with gold trim at the press conference at the Hotel Stadtpalais in Cologne. But the singer also had every reason to smile, after all she was allowed to talk about her new “baby”, her Rausch Live Tour 2023. Also present were Genevieve Dorion-Coupal and Mukhtar Mukhtar from Cirque du Soleil, with whom Helene Fischer will perform the tour together.

Helene Fischer is planning a mega tour for 2023: 70 concerts in 14 cities are on the program

Helene Fischer has already worked with Cirque du Soleil on her last tour, now the singer, who made a romantic declaration of love to her Thomas at the Munich mega-concert, wants to offer her fans “an experience that has never existed before.” can be read on Helene Fischer’s home page about the Rausch Live Tour. “We want to create something really big and magical and take the audience away from their everyday lives,” Fischer said at the press conference in Cologne.

Anticipation is growing: Helene Fischer is now presenting her 70-performance tour in Cologne in 2023. © picture alliance/dpa/Federico Gambarini

70 appearances in 14 cities in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, including up to seven shows in the same city, that’s not too much for Helene Fischer, as she stressed at the press conference. “I don’t care how many shows we do, as long as it can make people happy. And as long as I have a few days off between shows, that’s fine.” But the show is also sporty for a superstar like Helene Fischer.

Helene Fischer goes on tour in 2023: “A part of me has changed a lot”

Helene Fischer’s Rausch Live Tour 2023 takes around 18 months to prepare, “I have to train for the last three or four months at the latest”, explains Helene Fischer at the press conference, after all, the singer will also be in artistic top. she forms again. “I have to take myself to a whole new level of fitness, which of course also involves pain at first,” says Helene Fischer. “Especially for numbers in the air, the upper body has to be trained and the muscles have to get in shape.”

He is not afraid, “because doing any artistic feat in the air with fear is useless”, says Helene Fischer out loud. West, nothing changed after the birth of her daughter, whose name Helene Fischer kept secret for a long time. “A part of me has changed a lot and a big part of me hasn’t changed at all. I’m still really looking forward to learning something spectacular in the air and I’m not scared either, I wasn’t before.”

Helene Fischer at Rausch – Live – The Tour 2023: The dates at a glance

  • 21 – 23 March 2023: Bremen, ÖVB Arena
  • March 25 – April 02, 2023: Cologne, Lanxess Arena
  • April 11-16, 2023: Hamburg, Barclays Arena
  • April 18 – 23, 2023: Dortmund, Westfalenhalle
  • April 25 – 30, 2023: Leipzig, Quarterback Real Estate Arena
  • May 2-7, 2023: Stuttgart, Hanns-Martin-Schleyer-Halle
  • May 23 – 28, 2023: Oberhausen, König-Pilsener-Arena
  • May 30 – June 04, 2023: Berlin, Mercedes Benz Arena
  • June 6-11, 2023: Mannheim, SAP Arena
  • June 13-18, 2023: Hannover, ZAG Arena
  • September 5-10, 2023: Vienna, Stadthalle
  • September 19 – 24, 2023: Zurich, Hallenstadion
  • September 26 – October 01, 2023: Munich, Olympiahalle
  • 03 – 08 October 2023: Frankfurt, Festhalle

Tickets for Helene Fischer’s Rausch Live Tour 2023: When do advance sales start?

Dates have been set for Helene Fischer’s big Rausch Live Tour, but when will fans be able to buy a ticket? On her website, Helene Fischer announces: “I am very happy to tell you that advance sales for my 2023 tour will start on Thursday, November 18.” So the singer’s fans mark the date in red on the calendar and take comfort in the fact that the Christmas show with Helene Fischer 2022 has already been canceled again.

With the war in Ukraine and the rise in the price of gasoline in Germany, which in the future could be attributed to the gas canon, among other things, going to a concert will become a luxury for many people, of which Helene Fischer is also aware, as he stressed. At the press conference. “A family that before the crisis gave a concert once or twice a year now think twice about where to go,” says the singer. “But I’m there to make sure people go home happy and take the memories with them.”

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