Helene Fischer pressed the stop button in 2019 and took a break. At that time, as she recently told Swiss television, she was on the verge of burnout. But now the singer wants to go back on stage. The new tour "Rausch" starts in March. As usual, the hit queen would like to offer a spectacular stage show full of acrobatics.
Together with Cirque du Soleil, she wants to "enter real new territory and offer you an experience that has never existed before," says Fischer's homepage about "Rausch – Live – Die Tour". She wants to "create overwhelming moments full of emotions and worlds", but there may also be quieter and more private moments on the tour.
Fischer is currently taking her fans behind the scenes with her personal preparations on her Instagram account. She shows up training in Montreal, Canada. RTL visited Fischer on site and accompanied the 38-year-old for a day. A lot will change on the show, according to a broadcaster post. "Of course I've also matured somewhere," says the singer in an interview.
"I would also like to let my fans share my feelings and my thoughts somewhere," Fischer continues. In what form exactly is not clear from the short video clip published by the broadcaster. The entire contribution can be seen on December 11th in the format "Exclusive - Weekend", from 7:05 p.m.
Concerts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland are currently announced. It starts at the end of March 2023 in Bremen, the end of the tour is planned for October 2023 in Frankfurt.