Due to the coronacrisis and the measures taken in this context, the organizer is obliged to postpone the Semino Rossi concert, initially planned on November 12, 2021 and rescheduled to November 7, 2022. The show is now set on Tuesday February 21, 2023.
Ticket holders will be contacted personally by email.
From autumn 2021 Semino Rossi, the absolute star of the hearts, goes on a big tour. His musical journey takes him through 6 countries with a total of 61 concerts. On board Semino Rossi will of course have his brand-new successful album “So ist das Leben” on board, which was also the inspiration for naming Semino’s big anniversary tour 2021/2022. The tour will now start on September 9th, 2021 with the premiere concert in Vienna. Within the scope of the big jubilee tour 2021/2022 a total of 7 open-air concerts will be played in exclusive venues. These concerts are another highlight of this tour and will provide unforgettable open-air concert experiences for the fans of Semino Rossi.
The charismatic exceptional artist with Argentinean roots has long since climbed the Schlager Olympus with a fairytale career. Live appearances are a singer’s knife on the ridge and Semino Rossi can claim that his skills set the bar very high in the Schlager business. When Semino is on stage, the audience realizes after the first lines that there is someone standing there who sings and speaks with all his soul, who reveals something from his innermost being. Semino
Rossi’s entertaining qualities, his charming humour are always the personal signature of his varied and emotional concerts. This tour will also be outstanding in terms of stage design. A fantastic stage design and state-of-the-art sound, lighting and LED technology will provide a worthy setting for Semino Rossi.
With the big jubilee tour, Semino Rossi invites all fans to accompany him on his musical path for another piece and to experience wonderful hours together.
Tickets: 63.99, 73.99, 83.99, 93.99 en 129.99 euro (wheelchair 39.99 euro)
There is an additional service cost of 2 euros per ticket for tickets bought at the box office.