Helene Fischer in Munich: That's how the mega show in the Olympic Stadium went

Helene Fischer in Munich: That's how the mega show in the Olympic Stadium went

Helene Fischer came to Munich for the sixth time this year – and this time she went to the Olympic Stadium. Here are all the pictures and the review of the concert. The Helene Fischer concert in the Olympic Stadium was a real mega-show.
When driving through the audience, Helene Fischer even came very close to the rear seats.
Ben Zucker has fueled the audience as a prelude and later also came to Helene on the stage.
For the year 2018 it was the last concert of the Schlager-Queen in Munich. Also at the sixth performance of the year in Munich, Helene Fischer offered her fans a big show. Here is the review of the concert in the Olympic Stadium. Helene Fischer in Munich: The live ticker to read 11.00 pm: That’s it with Helene Fischer in Munich. The Schlager-Queen leaves a satisfied audience behind and surely many hope that she will return very quickly next year. Helene Fischer in Munich: the pictures of the mega-show During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Ka rsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer During her stadium tour in 2018, the Munich Olympic Stadium was planned for Helene Fischer. The opening act was Ben Zucker. © Karsten Lauer 22:57: And then the final song: “Roller coaster” , Helene accelerates again, the temperatures rise in the stadium and at the end of the song is a complete remix of how he could run in the club. As you forget for a short time, that Helene Fischer is actually a pop singer. Anyway: The crowd is raging and screaming after this spectacular finale with fireworks not even more “encore”. They all seem to be blown away and are going home now. 10:45 pm: She does not make a big show, but just sits on stage between her dancers and dancers. 10:44 pm: And as if it were not already emotional and profound enough, she sings afterwards “Only with you” , She dedicated this song to Florian Silbereisen. 22:39: Suddenly all the lights go out, the screen goes black. Is that the end? There is soft music and Helene Fischer comes in a long black skirt and a red, cropped leather top on the stage. She sits down on the stage and says goodbye before: “I wish you all a great summer and great luck! Always remember, it’s always very deep in here, “she says, holding her hand to her heart. 22:33: People are still totally in a dance mood. To the beat of “With no other” they bounce up and down and, in the end, swing their hands back and forth together with Helene Fischer. 10.30 pm: By the way: Helene is wearing a red bodysuit, where a kind of cloak of red threads falls down. In addition, red patent leather boots. Fancy. 22:28: While Helene Fischer moves for the umpteenth time, the next song is announced in a video: “Herzbeben” , She herself sits on a huge, silver heart that slowly moves like the rodeo. People get up and dance, clap and sing along. That with the “Let it quake” is implemented by everyone in the stadium. 22:23: And again follows an older song: The Schlager-Queen sings “The hell tomorrow morning” while the dancers dance in a kind of open cages and shoot fires from the stage every now and then. This is hot to the point. 10:17 pm: The announcement for the next song could not be more clear: “So Munich, I do not know how it looks to you, but I feel it all evening. I feel this … fever! “Calls Helene to the fans, who freak out again. For all those who still can not make it: “I always want to … feel this fever” is the name of the song from 2009. 10:11 pm: The canvas turns blue and shows the sea, the stage now adorns gigantic shells. What about the song? “Anyway” is not very clear, but it looks nice anyway. For a short while Helene just sings on the shoulder of one of her dancers. 22.08 clock: After this song, the fans are unstoppable: loud clapping and screaming echoes through the stadium. Definitely a highlight of this evening – how she wants to top it? An evening with a lot of glitter 22:02: What a performance! Once again in a short, glittering dress she enters the stage with a white keyboard. The fans are racing out. It is the song par excellence: “Breathless through the night” ! 10 pm: Uuu and Helene Fischer seems to be changing again. Maybe this time something without glitter? 21:57: Just still comfortable-quiet, follows immediately after the power song “We break the silence” from her album “Helene Fischer” from 2017. 21:52: Afterwards she gets Ben Zucker on stage again. Together they sing “Freedom” by Marius Müller-Westernhagen. “Freedom is the only thing that matters”, it says in the song. People enjoy the emotional moment, get their cell phone out and thus provide the right mood. Since it is really cozy in the Olympic Stadium. 21:46: After “Our day” Helene Fischer summarizes the evening in advance: “Today we celebrate everything together: New Year’s Eve, birthday, carnival, everything!” In Munich, Helene Fischer can “sleep again at home” 21:41: In her next speech, the hit queen makes it clear that she likes to sing in Munich. The reason? “I can sleep at home today!”, She says with a grin into the microphone. 21:38: And again it’s on the car and out into the audience, plus the song “With the wind” , So that no fan lands in front of the car, the road is secured with barrier tape. 21:34: This has just little to do with Schlager: “Rhythm is a dancer” . “What is Love” and “I like to move it” The singer sings afterwards with a male partner. 21:27: And she is back. Surprise: She is wearing a full body glittering body. In addition, she delights with a hot chair dance. She sings for that “Damn I love you” , In the background, her dancers also perform on chairs. 21:23: And she’s gone again. A video on canvas showing Helene in a leather suit and black body bridges her absence. 21:19: Then it gets emotional: It follows the song “Love me” Behind the singer is a steel heart in flames. The stage burns in the front part as well. But do not worry: everything planned. The fans right on the stage could still be a little hot anyway. 21.15: The big speech follows: “, Müncheeeen!”, She yells again into the microphone – the fans are raving. “Thank you very much. Thank you for coming here. ” 21:10: Without a dancer, Helene Fischer sings “And in the morning I am going to kiss you awake” , For a moment she stumbles, but immediately catches herself again. With the high heels that she wears, actually a real achievement. 21:05: A lot of glitter goes into the next song as well: Helene Fischer is now wearing a tight, silver dress. With proper hip swing she sets the performance “Viva la Vida” out. 9 pm: On her road trip through the stadium Helene Fischer then starts the song “One hundred percent” , Then she disappears behind the stage. We all know what that means: the famous outfit change has come. How many will follow this evening? 20:56: And then Helene Fischer climbs abruptly onto the roof of a car and drives along the audience across the stadium, while she “In the middle of paradise” sings. Even the fans at the very back of the stadium are thus close to the singer on their excursion through the crowd. 20:51: at “Healthy” then the hit Queen picks up the glittering cane and puts on a perfect choreo with her male glitter companions. Glitter bra, glitter dancer, glitter walking stick, the whole stage glitters. 20:47: Male and female dancers, all dressed in white and glittering, take up most of the stage – Helene in the middle. She sings for that “Phenomenon” , a song from 2011. A greeting from Helene: “Munich, I already love you!” 20:41: She starts with the song “Flier” , In between she greets the audience: “Servus Munich!”, She calls in a good mood into the microphone. “I love you already!” 20.40 clock: Then a big fireworks, short silence. Suddenly, a hatch opens in the floor and Helene Fischer comes to light – in the glittering bra and hot pants. 20:37: Suddenly Helene Fischer’s voice is heard whispering: “Do you hear that too?” Then it gets louder: it’s an incredible intro, in the air colorful and glittering confetti 20:35: Suddenly the picture changes on the screen, colorful smoke rises above the stage. Now there is only one question: when will Helene Fischer finally arrive? 20:33: Soon it will start! On the screen suddenly Helene appears in close-up. The tension increases, the fans cheer. 20:20: After the song “Well and?” And again the refrain of “What a great time”, the Berlin musician finally says goodbye to thunderous applause. Finally, he announces the “boss”: Helene Fischer! Still, the fans have to wait a bit, as far as the Schlager-Queen is concerned. 20:14: Just in time for summer Ben Zucker sings “To the sun”. Fortunately, the weather also plays, it is still pleasantly warm. Ben Zucker also heats up the stadium pretty well, but the sun does not have to do much. 20:09: The mood in the stadium is exuberant, after each song is hustled and clapped hard. 20:01: Ben Zucker started later, so Helene Fischer will also move a bit backwards. But that should not bother us. The first concerts have shown us that a spectacular show awaits us. 19:51: After a brief and brief welcome, Ben Zucker has not lost much time in big words, but now starts directly with his next songs. 19.44 clock: Ben Zucker opens the evening with the song “What a cool time”. 19:43: And here he comes: Ben Zucker! After a short announcement on the screen he jumps on stage with euphoria and starts with his first song. One thing is clear: He definitely has a go! 19.40 clock: Fun Fact: Drinks are of course available in the Helene Fischer cup during the concert. Perfect planning from the stage to the beer. 19:35: No Ben sugar is yet in sight. Most fans are looking forward to the stage and wait for the Berlin musician, who was nominated for the Echo in two categories in 2018. 19:27: The stadium is now well filled, although there are still some seats available. In just a few minutes, the fans of Helene Fischer can look forward to Ben Zucker, who accompanies the hit queen on her tour. 19:02: Slowly but surely the stadium fills up. Of course, the coveted squares directly on the stage are already gone, the rest of the visitors are cuddling in comfort. Over 54,000 tickets were sold in total. 18:31: The crowd at the entrances shows: Munich is in the Fischer fever! 18:23: Helene Fischer fans as far as the eye can see. This is what it looks like at Coubertinplatz. 18:21: Handbag wearers beware! If you carry a large bag, you have to hand it over. Smaller handbags up to size A4, however, are allowed. So just take the bare essentials and leave the rest in the car. 18:03: Anyone arriving by car now has a hard time. The parking lots at the Olympic Stadium are already tight. Who can, should now prefer to use public transport. 5.50 pm: It starts! The first fans are allowed through the security check, where they are still scanned on the body. In addition, the handbags are searched. 17:42: Less than two hours before the start of the show, many fans are already waiting for admission. This should actually start at 17.30 clock. Concert visitors wait for admission at the Helene Fischer concert in Munich. © Nadja Zinsmeister 17:28 clock: For the first fans, the wait will probably come to an end soon. Equal is admission to the Olympic Stadium. 17:05: This is the schedule for today – admission will start at 5.30pm. From 19.30 o’clock it starts in the Olympic Stadium, first with Ben Zucker. At 8.30 pm the fans in Munich can look forward to Helene Fischer. 4:15 pm: Everything indicates that it remains dry today on Friday night. Although some clouds are to be expected in the sky, the rain risk approaches zero. These are, of course, excellent conditions for an open-air concert. Between 20.00 o’clock and 21.00 o’clock you can expect temperatures around 20 degrees. The preliminary reports: Outlook for Helene Fischer in Munich +++ Helene Fischer’s concert on Friday is a special challenge for the volunteers. It means twelve hours of intensive use for 90 volunteer doctors and paramedics of the organization Johanniter. “When more than 60,000 people come together in one place, a lot can happen – from the cut injury to an allergic reaction after an insect bite, to suddenly occurring heart problems,” explains Head of Operations Michael Streng. To be able to help the concert attendants in case of emergencies or even minor injuries quickly on Friday seven medical stations in the Olympic Stadium and in the surrounding area in operation. In addition to paramedics teams on foot are also helpers with six additional emergency vehicles ready. Among them also use motorcycles as pilots and quick first responders for the Olympic site. Michael Streng has some tips for the Fischer fans before the concert: “Before and during the concert, you should drink enough non-alcoholic liquid and – especially on a long journey – not forget the food. For the body, such a concert can be very exhausting. Also important is the right clothes. We hope to be spared rain on Friday night, but it should be rather cool. Of course, only the temperature, not the mood, “says Einsatzleiter Michael Streng. Helene Fischer in Munich: How to get there by public transport +++ For the concert of Helene Fischer in the Olympic Stadium, the Munich Transport Company (MVG) on Friday, June 29, temporarily reinforced their subway offer. At the end of the event, additional trains will be used from the Olympic Center. You drive in short distances via U3 and U8 direction city center. To get there, the U3 is available on schedule at regular 5-minute intervals. The station will – if it comes to bottlenecks – blocked in imminent overcrowding for a few minutes until the platform again enough space for nachrückende concert goers. How to get to the concert stress-free: An alternative subway link to / from the Olympic site is via the U1 with footpath from Gern subway station. Alternatively, passengers can use the U1 to Olympia-Einkaufszentrum and change there to the U3. S-Bahn passengers have the option of changing to the U3 at the Moosach U-Bahn / S-Bahn station. The tram lines 20/21 run until approx. 0.30 am in a 10-minute distance from / to the stop Olympiapark West on the Dachauer Straße. Helene Fischer in Munich: the concert in the live ticker On Friday, June 29, 2018, Helene Fischer will be coming to Munich’s Olympic Stadium. It will be the fourth concert of their stadium tour 2018, which has just begun in Leipzig. The local Tour start of Helene Fischer also lets expect a gigantic show for Munich. Here’s the info on what visitors expect this time. There are still tickets for Helene Fischer The Olympic Stadium is for the concert not completely sold out yet (As of Thursday, June 28, 2018), even though the tickets are already sold out in most categories, you can still be lucky. For example, those who want to secure a card quickly have it up muenchenticket.de the opportunity. The tickets are personalized, children under 6 years are not admitted to the concert. Those who can not make it to the Olympic Stadium will have the opportunity to see Helene Fischer live ten times in June. Nine concerts in Germany and a guest appearance in Vienna are still on the Calendar of their stadium tour 2018 , Helene Fischer in Munich: the show in numbers Already five times Helene Fischer played in Munich this year and it looks like she will even fill the Olympic Stadium in the sixth attempt. It will be the last concert that Helene Fischer plays in Munich in 2018. With the new stage show it should be a brilliant open-air highlight. A look at the numbers shows what the fans in Leipzig have already experienced. For the current tour, a stage with two floors is used. There is space for a gigantic show on 1100 square meters each. 35 fog machines are on tour, 200 kilograms of confetti will rain evening after evening on the audience and 500 kilograms of pyrotechnics will shoot up. The fans could look forward to more than three hours show program of the singer at the tour opening. That alone gives an impression of what the audience expects at the Helene Fischer concert in Munich. The Show should start at 19.30 clock , Helene Fischer sprays 200 kilograms of confetti per evening. Like in this picture from Leipzig it will look like in Munich. © dpa / Sebastian Willnow This singer is also present in Munich as opening act Of course, the hit queen does not travel alone. Before Helene Fischer brings Munich to the quake, there is another one first. Ben Zucker and his band may as an opening act bring the audience in the mood. The shooting star, who was nominated for two echoes this year, found it difficult to put his joy into words. “MegamäßigHammerhartGeil” is to be part of the tour, he wrote on Facebook. Issues admission controls at Helene Fischer in Munich The open-air show is something completely new for the fans, but they still know one thing from the last Helene Fischer concerts in Munich: the tightened admission controls , Again, this should be Stop visitors for longer waiting times , The organizer has again announced intensive body checks. Concert players are called upon to nothing to take except cell phone, keychain and purse , All types of bags or backpacks must not exceed the A4 size. All larger bags must remain at the entrance. Containers with liquid must not be taken into the stadium. The organizer is not liable for any loss of the retained items. Helene Fischer in Munich: Which songs does the Schlager-Queen perform? Of course, fans can rest assured that Helene Fischer has her biggest hits in Munich. At the tour prelude, it also showed what is in the program in addition to the well-known hits. In Leipzig, for example, it went back to the 90s with the Dance hits “Rhythm Is A Dancer”, “What Is Love” and “I Like To Move It” , Also on the classic “damn I love you” by Matthias Reim the audience was pleased. For the song “Freedom” got Helene Fischer then Ben Zucker to the duet on stage. On Friday, June 29, 2018, we will be reporting live from the show at the Munich Olympic Stadium and keeping you up-to-date with information about the concert by Helene Fischer. Also read: Can Helene Fischer sing at all? That means an expert Helene Fischer with permissive wow recording on Instagram – and it’s probably even hotter

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