It’s been three years since Schlosswiese Moosburg became a Schlager stage. Last Friday she returned to “Schlager 3.0”. Nearly 5,000 spectators – from young children to pensioners – danced and sang enthusiastically from the start.
The band “Nordwand” was the musical debut and managed to pull the audience away with number one, a mixture of many well-known songs. But also the special song “Hertz Give” provided it is in the right mood. After that he sang “Die Paldauer”, and eventually with their song “3000 Jahre” the audience was absolutely plentiful.
Then followed – to thunderous applause – 9-year-old Paulina, known from The Voice Kids. After that, the Tyrol Hana sang and asked the ladies, among other things: “Aussa mit de Depf” and finished the choir and sang: “Heit poetry”.
Next, Ross Anthony danced on stage and kept the audience laughing by saying like “You see, my pants are shrunk in the wash”—because he was wearing shorts. Kristen Ott’s performance was also supported by a standing ovation and it seemed as if the audience could sing along to each song by heart.
Nik P. gave the finale with his band and it was obvious you’d feel: Moosburg concertgoers missed out on success. Because in spite of the evening of the party, which lasted almost six hours, the spectators celebrated with joy and liveliness to the end.
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