Helene Fischer (38) suffered a rib fracture during rehearsals for her "Rausch Live" tour. Therefore, the start, which was planned for March 21 in Bremen, had to be postponed. The concerts in Cologne are also affected by the injury-related postponement. However, the organizer Live Nation has already announced catch-up dates. What cardholders need to know now.
As the organizer has announced on its website, the new dates in Bremen will take place from May 10th to 12th, the Cologne shows between August 25th and September 2nd. Those who have tickets for the originally scheduled concerts can simply keep them. Because according to Live Nation, the tickets for the replacement dates remain valid. Those who don't have time on the new dates can most likely expect a refund. The organizer would like to announce further details shortly.
Fischer is also aware of how many inconveniences a postponement entails. "I hope you know how sorry I am because I know how excited it is that it's finally happening," she wrote in an Instagram post. "Believe me, I would have wished it differently, but I have to follow urgent medical advice."
The tour premiere is now scheduled for April 11th in Hamburg. After that it will continue as planned with Dortmund, Leipzig, Stuttgart, Oberhausen, Berlin, Mannheim, Hanover, Vienna, Zurich, Munich and Frankfurt.
"On urgent medical advice, Helene Fischer must take a break before she can appear again," the organizer said. "I really tried everything to suppress the injury, but the acute pain and the urgent medical advice to protect my body force me to make this difficult decision for me," Fischer is quoted as saying on the website.