Helene Fischer (38) wants to support the children's hospital in Zaporizhia, Ukraine, and has therefore made an award available for an auction. Fans can bid for their sold-out award at the United Charity auction portal. The musician received this for five sold-out concerts in the Rudolf Weber Arena in Oberhausen.
According to the description, the award is hand-signed and has a dedication. The plaque in a black frame reads: "Outstanding Achievement Award - Helene Fischer - Live 2023 - Oberhausen May 23-28, 2023 - Many thanks to Helene Fischer." The proceeds go to the organization "Oberhausen hilft", which then helps the children's hospital.
Most recently, Fischer gave her fans a moment of shock: at a concert in Hanover, she hit her head on a trapeze bar and suffered a laceration above her nose. This was treated in a hospital, the concert was previously canceled. "Please don't worry about me. I'm fine. I was well taken care of," said Fischer after the incident, and at the same time thanked her "great medical team" who "sewn fantastically" her initially bloody wound "in the hospital". She also reassures her fans with the words "No fracture or anything else was found" and also thanks all the paramedics. "I take off my hat to you, you angels without wings!"
After the summer break, the Helene Fischer tour is scheduled to continue in the fall. "Start is August 25 in the Lanxess Arena in Cologne. After Cologne, the concerts in Vienna (Austria), Arnhem (Holland), Zurich (Switzerland), Munich and Frankfurt are still on the program," explained the organizer.