Hansi Hinterseer & The Tyrolean Echo
Hansi Hinterseer open-air concert in the roofed fortress arena in Kufstein!
As part of the 23rd Flower Corso 2020!
With two career peaks Hansi Hinterseer is a brand in its own right.
The man is a legend, his fur-moon boots are cult.
His skiing career is crowned by successes such as the overall World Cup victory in giant slalom, six World Cup victories and two-time professional World Champion in downhill. At the end of the 80s, the ski champion retired from professional sport and swapped the boards on the piste for stage boards. Instead of Stockerl places, the world-class athlete has since collected precious metal awards and distinctions in his new professional home, music.
The versatile talented Tyrolean Hansi Hinterseer is known far beyond the borders of his home country for successful titles such as "Du hast mich heut noch nicht geküsst", "Amore mio", "Tiroler Berge", "Sieben rote Rosen", "Hände zum Himmel", "Hey Baby", "Komm nach Tirol Senorita", "Viva Tirol", "Lieb mich wiedermal", "Egal wohin Du gehst" and "Lebenslänglich mit Dir" as well as "Komm und tanz". This is also reflected in the 34 gold and 12 platinum awards as well as a double platinum award.
His legendary open-air concerts in Kitzbühel, to which he invited people to spend ten years in his hometown, also achieved cult status internationally.
Funny hours and evenings with music are part of his life. The rustic dialect and the traditional music move internationally, are for many inseparable from the mountains of Tyrol and pure joy of life!
When the internationally popular Tyrolean invites to sing and dance along to his concerts with romantic ballads and rousing pop hits, the 25th ECHO winner (2004) is an enthusiastic singer, actor and presenter - with over seven million records sold, top ratings for his music broadcasts and ten feature films in which he played leading roles.
For 18 years he has been accompanied by the unmistakable Tiroler Echo throughout Europe.
Connoisseurs of the popular scene appreciate the Tyrolean Echo for its unmistakable sound with Styrian harmonica, accordion, guitar and double bass.
There will be a shuttle for people with walking disabilities, registration via Lindner Music absolutely necessary!
Due to the steps, wheelchairs are only possible in the wheelchair area (extra seats are reserved for accompanying persons!).