Dieter Bohlen: This is where the pop titan plays on his comeback tour

Dieter Bohlen
Here the pop titan plays on his comeback tour

Dieter Bohlen during a performance at the “Favorite Songs” Open Air.

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In 2023, Dieter Bohlen will go on his “The Greatest Comeback of All Time” tour. He performs in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.

Germany’s pop titan returns to the stage. Dieter Bohlen (68) recently delighted the fans with his comeback at the “Favorite Songs” open air in Bonn. According to the current status, he will then give twelve more concerts in spring 2023.

According to a press release, it will probably be the last time that Bohlen will tour Germany, Austria and Switzerland with his seven-piece band. There it is also promised that the singer, producer and cult judge will have “one or the other surprise” in his luggage. According to the motto of the tour, “The greatest comeback of all time”, at least big things are planned.

This is an overview of all current dates

It starts on April 16th in Berlin. This is followed by performances in Leipzig (April 19), Kiel (April 21) and Hamburg (April 22). We continue to Dortmund (April 25), Magdeburg (April 29) and Erfurt (April 30). On May 1st, Bohlen will come to Düsseldorf, then to Dresden (May 5th) and Cologne (May 7th).

Only two concerts are currently planned in Switzerland and Austria. The pop titan will play in Zurich on May 8th and the tour will end in Vienna on May 9th. Tickets for the shows are available from August 12 via the Eventim ticket portal. According to the press release, general advance sales will start on August 16th.

In addition, Bohlen will soon be back on “DSDS”. In mid-July, RTL announced that the upcoming anniversary season of “Deutschland sucht den Superstar” should also be the last. At that time it was also announced that Bohlen would return to the jury in 2023. The 2022 jury members – Florian Silbereisen (41), Ilse DeLange (45) and Toby Gad (54) – will no longer be part of the show. With Silbereisen, the broadcaster will instead develop “new, independent program formats”, it said.


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