The appearance of Helene Fischer in Munich is already within reach: on August 20, the singer will play in front of over 100,000 people . The organizer Leutgeb Entertainment published on August 12 at Social Media more details about the process, but some questions remained unanswered. For people with an early entry ticket, admission is at 2 p.m., but the actual show is not supposed to start until 8 p.m. So we have to wait for six hours because there is no support act on the plan.
Some want it to really happen Fans however, do not believe. In fact, there are arguments in favor of a surprise.
Leutgeb was already responsible as the organizer for Andreas Gabalier's XXL concert in Munich on August 6th, where there were a total of three support acts. Leutgeb is also involved in the upcoming Robbie Williams concert in the Bavarian capital: Josh Savage and Lufthaus are noted as heaters for this, as the organizer only announced on August 16th.
Thus, only Helene Fischer will appear without a supporting band – at least according to official information. In a fan group Facebook However, many people question the fact that nothing happens before 8 p.m. on Saturday. Rather, it is sometimes expected that the organizer has planned a surprise. For example, a user writes:
It is therefore conceivable that support acts will either only be announced at the last moment, or that a surprise will only be revealed on stage. But who is actually considered for the Helene pre-program? There are theories about this too.
A Facebook user had Eric Philippi on the bill, but now he has to change his assumption: ' I had suspected that it could be Eric Philippi, among others , who has now called in sick with Corona and wrote that it was coming at the worst possible time. We will be surprised.' Philippi canceled his appearance in the 'TV Garden' at the weekend, Beatrice Egli stepped in for him.
At ' schlager.de ' The Princes are brought into play as an option . Leutgeb presents the upcoming anniversary tour of the cult band and an appearance with Helene Fischer would therefore be a welcome one advertising – both for Die Prinzen and the organizer.
Another possibility would be Melissa Naschenweng , which opened for Helene Fischer at Sound & Snow in Gastein this year.
However, it cannot be completely ruled out that rather unknown acts will be given a chance, although this would rather speak against the tradition of Helene Fischer concerts. So 'schlager.de' also mentions the pop duo daughter, who with the song 'Welcome to the Club' is a sign for diversity and diversity.Source: watson.de