Max Raabe & Palast Orchester
„Guten Tag, liebes Glück“
Fri, 29.10.2021 und Sat, 30.10.2021
Wiener Stadthalle, Hall F
Vorteile beim Ticketkauf auf www.stadthalle.com
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Expected Schedule (Subject to change):
07.00 pm: Doors open
08.00 pm: Start
10.25 pm: Expected end incl. break
As the organizer Hoanzl Agentur has announced, the first replacement dates (10 - 11.01.2021) of "Max Raabe & Palast Orchester" in the Wiener Stadthalle unfortunately had to be postponed to 29. & 30. October 2021.
Fri, 08. & Sat, 09.05.2020 | Sun, 10. & Mon, 11.01.2021 | NEW: Fri, 29. & Sat, 30.10.2021
Tickets for the original Vienna dates (08. & 09.05.2020) or the first replacement dates (10. & 11.01.2021) remain valid for the new dates on the 29. & 30. October 2021.
We kindly ask for your understanding!
"Today is a good day to be happy" has become a catchphrase. Max Raabe wrote the line for the song "Guten Tag, liebes Glück". Now "Guten Tag, liebes Glück" becomes the title of the new concert program 2020 by Max Raabe & Palast Orchestra.
The album "Max Raabe & Palast Orchester MTV Unplugged" will be released in November 2019. The ensemble invited artists to this special live production who would not have been immediately associated with him. Max Raabe, for example, presents "Guten Tag, liebes Glück" together with the charming singer Lea, with Herbert Grönemeyer he sings "Mambo", "Der perfekte Moment" develops effortlessly into a rap number through Samy Deluxe, and with the monstrous Mr. Lordi a surprisingly touching version of "Just A Gigolo" emerges. The whole thing is carried by the virtuoso Palast Orchestra with dreamlike certainty.
These and other titles of the album become - even if without guest artists - part of the tour "Guten Tag, liebes Glück". In addition there will be more "Raabe-Pop"-titles, which will be cleverly interwoven with old-loved and newly discovered songs from the 20s and 30s.
HOANZL AGENTUR GmbH