Bushido: Three more open-air concerts in the summer

Anyone who hasn't been able to get a ticket for the upcoming Bushido tour now has new options.

Bushido: Three more open-air concerts in the summer

Anyone who hasn't been able to get a ticket for the upcoming Bushido tour now has new options. As the organizer Concertbüro Zahlmann announced on Monday, the controversial rapper will give three additional concerts as part of his open-air tour in the summer. Rostock on June 28th, Bad Mergentheim on July 6th and Bonn on August 10th are now new to the program. Tickets will be available from January 24th at 12 p.m. initially in an exclusive presale via Eventim, and general ticket sales will then start from January 29th at 12 p.m.

The announcement also states that Bushido increased the number of concerts on its "King Forever!" tour because "the run for tickets" was gigantic. Some cities have already been sold out for weeks, and for many there are only a few tickets left. It starts on Thursday, March 21st in Berlin. Bushido's arena tour will also take you to Leipzig, Munich, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Cologne and Zurich until April 30th.

The open-air dates will follow in the summer. Initially only two performances were planned in Braunschweig and Kassel, now the additional concerts mentioned will follow in Rostock, Bad Mergentheim and Bonn. Bushido didn't play any concerts for around eight years and then announced its biggest tour to date last year. "I can't wait to finally be on a stage again. I've always loved playing live for my fans," said Bushido about his planned performances.

In recent years, this has not been possible due to many challenges in his life: "I'm all the more pleased that it will start in the foreseeable future. It will be an unforgettable experience," says Anis Mohamed Youssed Ferchichi, Bushido's real name . Bushido announced the first additional concerts in October. Vienna, Mannheim and Stuttgart were added as new stations. Additional dates were planned in Berlin and Munich.

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