Roxette to play by the foot of the Alps

According to Wikipedia;

Ischgl is a small village with population of ca 1,500 in Tyrol region of Austria. Its ski resort Silvretta Arena Ischgl-Samnaun is connected with the ski resort of Samnaun across the border in Switzerland. Together this ski area belongs to the largest skiing resorts in the Alps. Its 238 km of groomed pistes are served by over 40 mechanical lifts including cable cars, gondolas, detachable chair lifts and some T-bars.

It is where Roxette are going to play their probably very first open-air concert by the foot of a mountain. The concert will take place on Sportplatz Ischgl at 6 pm on Saturday, November 26. This will be the third Austrian Roxette concert this year.

If you are looking for tickets for this show, please see the PDF file below for more (in German only).

Source: Ischglliving.at

Thanks to Evgeny Perekopskiy for this information.

12 thoughts on “Roxette to play by the foot of the Alps

  1. and actually after a quick google search it’s not just her. I think the resort always has 2 concerts a year…..One to open the ski season and one to close it, so Roxette’s concert will be to celebrate the opening of the 2011/12 ski season

  2. Yep, I meant it will be the first time for Roxette. If I did some kind of mistake, please let me know how it should to put it as I wanted 😉

  3. Cool (or is “cold” the better word). Isn’t Ischlg some kind of “high society spot” in Austria? The concert is for free, isn’t it?

  4. Great, I just heard it on the radio (Hitradio Ö3) before they played “Dangerous”. By the way, it will be a “Ö3 Konzert”, which means there is gonna be regular on-air promotion and the event will get a big media coverage in Austria. The winter season opening always is a big thing for a “skiing nation” like Austria and Ischgl is a hot spot and the place to be in winter (next to St. Anton and Kitzbühel).

    A hint/tip for the band: Volume to the max and less slow songs for all the party people in that freezing area …

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