German Superstar Helene Fischer Announces 2023 GSA Arena Tour
Andreas Rentz/Getty Images – Helene Fischer performs during Germany
The last time the superstar has been on tour was in 2017/2018.
Helene Fischer will tour again in 2023, performing 70 concerts at arenas in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. It’s fair to call it a tour of residencies, seeing that the 70 concerts will take place across just 14 arenas, the full list of which can be found below.
Promoted by Live Nation, the tour will feature songs of Fischer’s eight number-one album in Germany, Rausch, as well as a long list of hits from her incredibly successful career.
The last time Fischer toured in 2017/2018, promoted by Semmel Concerts and visiting both arenas and stadiums, she played in front of some 1.3 million fans.
Pollstar’s box office reports for those years account for just over a million of those tickets, averaging 39,819 tickets per show and grossing $91,648,570 in total. Fischer ranked 18 on Pollstar’s Year End Worldwide Ticket Sales TOP100 Tours.
Just like for her last tour, Fischer will be working with the event magicians at Cirque du Soleil to create the unique stage designs, choreographies and aerial stunts and acrobatics the superstar has become known for.
Fischer, who sold more than 17 million albums throughout her career, said live was the “ultimate test for any artist.”
Helene Fischer – “Rausch – Live – Die Tour”:
March 21-23, 2023 – ÖVB Arena, Bremen
March 25–April 2, 2023 – Lanxess Arena, Cologne
April 11-16, 2023 – Barclays Arena, Hamburg
April 18-23, 2023 – Westfalenhalle, Dortmund
April 25-30, 2023, Quarterback Immobilien Arena, Leipzig
May 2-7, 2023 – Hanns-Martin-Schleyer Halle, Stuttgart
May 23-28, 2023 – König-Pilsener-Arena, Oberhausen
May 30 – June 4, 2023 – Mercedes-Benz Arena, Berlin
June 6-11, 2023 – SAP Arena, Mannheim
June 13-18, 2023 – ZAG Arena, Hannover
Sept. 5-10, 2023 – Stadthalle D, Vienna, Austria
Sept. 19-24, 2023 – Hallenstadion, Zurich, Switzerland
Sept. 26–Oct. 1, 2023 – Olympiahalle, Munich, Germany
Oct. 3-8, 2023 – Festhalle, Frankfurt