Presenter and musician Florian Silbereisen (41) presents the first open-air offshoot of his TV show series "Schlagerbooom" on Saturday (July 1). The venue for the live spectacle is the tennis stadium in the famous Tyrolean mountain resort of Kitzbühel.
"It's rather small with steep tiers, which creates a very special atmosphere. I'm really excited to see what it's like when we really step on the gas in there," said the host, according to the "Tiroler Tageszeitung" at the press conference in early June. Since it started in 2016, the series of shows has taken place regularly in the large Dortmund Westfalenhalle. "It will be a unique experience," said Silbereisen, who was nevertheless convinced of the new, additional venue.
The moderator had already announced the first star guests for the hit event. Accordingly, there will be a world premiere: singer Anastacia (54) is to sing her version of "On Days Like These" from the Toten Hosen live for the first time. In addition, Al Bano (80) and Romina Power (71) will sing their big hits. Beatrice Egli (34), Vicky Leandros (70), Andy Borg (62), Ross Antony (48), Melissa Naschenweng (32) and the newly in love Michelle (51) should also be on stage at the open air.
Another musical highlight is someone who is known as an actor from the region: “Bergdoktor” star Mark Keller (58). Andreas Gabalier (38), Howard Carpendale (77), Andy Borg (62), DJ Ötzi (52) and Daniela Katzenberger (36) will also be guests.
The latter set off on Thursday (June 29). "Then they'll be gone," she wrote for a photo of herself with a suitcase, pink jacket and chic cat-eye sunglasses on Instagram. The evening before, her docu-soap "Daniela Katzenberger - Familienglück auf Mallorca" (Wednesday, 8:15 p.m., RTLzwei) showed how she performed her first solo song "So bin ich und so bleib ich" in Cologne - catchy tune guaranteed! - sang. Before meeting music producer Christian Geller (48), however, they had great self-doubt. "I can fake everything with my face or my body [...] But when you're standing at the microphone, people only hear you. I can't do anything with my facial expressions or my breasts," said the cult Blonde in the show reveals her sorrows.
While the cat is still at the beginning of its music career, the French singer Mireille Mathieu (76) is slowly heralding the finale. On July 1st, she is already making a run-up for her upcoming performances in Germany as part of her farewell tour. In Kitzbühel, she and host Silbereisen will sing the duet "Goodbye my Love, Goodbye". "Florian is a loyal, loyal and very warm friend to me," she said in advance of the "Bild" newspaper.
A week ago, the Bavarian moderator revealed two other star guests almost incidentally. In an Instagram video that shows him doing fitness training, Silbereisen said: "I can tell you, Ben Zucker will also be part of the game, just like Germany's most successful girl group, the No Angels, will also shake the stadium," showed he excitedly.
"Schlagerbooom Open Air - The Stadium Show" will be broadcast live on ARD and ORF on July 1st from 8:15 p.m. There will be 6,000 hit fans around the 360-degree stage in the stadium. "It's going to be the open-air TV show of the year!" the broadcaster is happy to say.