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The summer party is also held in the regions

The summer party is also held in the regions

The pop-up format, in which Wels Marketing also brings concerts to the districts and music at residents’ front doors, is being held in August and September for the third year in a row. It starts on Friday, August 19, at 7:30 p.m. at Grünbachplatz in Neustadt. Welsh superstar pianist Martin Berker will be playing the piano keys tonight. The musician accompanied by his daughter and drummer Sabine. The second half of the evening is presented by Daniel Eckelbauer and his friends with the music “From Blues to Pop”.

Spanked by Oppa and the Beatles

Beatles fans will get their money’s worth on Friday, August 26th at Voglloyd. The Beatles were engaged “Help” for the cover at the concert. The four Slovenian musicians will play the British pop group’s most famous songs from Liverpool, from “Let it be” to “Hey Jude” to “All you need is love”. They will perform in the sports field in elementary school 8.

The summer party is also held in the regions

ABBORN cover band “ABBORN” performs in Bernau.

But it’s not just Beatles fans who have to have a fishy evening at pop-up concerts this year. Finally, on Friday, September 23, “ABBORN” is the lively conclusion to the concert series, where ABBA fans can sing and dance along with world-famous songs like “Super Trouper”, “Dancing Queen” or “Waterloo”. After more than 2,000 performances across Europe, the four musicians from Slovakia will perform the songs of the Swedes on VHS Pernau.

The summer party is also held in the regions

Martin Berker and his daughter Sabine play in Neustadt.

Photo: Manuel Tabachi

To round out the relaxed party evenings perfectly, there will also be a culinary show. Several gas stations have been established.

Those who wish to be a part of the neighborhood parties can now purchase their tickets online at To make a backup. Submission is free. Two visitors can be registered per registration. Tickets will be issued in the order received.

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