18.200 fans celebrate the season finale in Ischgl with Zucchero
On 30 April 2017, dolce vita met rock in Ischgl in the form of the exceptional musician Zucchero. 18.200 winter sports fans celebrated the sunny finale of a successful and snowy winter season in the Silvretta Arena at 2,320m altitude.
Magnificent sunshine and Italian rock to mark the season finale in Ischgl. On 30 April 2017, superstar Zucchero took spectators on a journey to his homeland of Italy at the legendary ‘Top of the Mountain Closing Concert’ and impressed 18.200 winter sports fans with his powerful voice. The ‘father of the Italian blues’ and his band of 13, including star musicians such as Hammond virtuoso Brian Auger, guitarist Kat Dyson, drummer Queen Cora Dunham and bass player and musical director Polo Jones, rocked out for more than two hours due to the fantastic atmosphere and the amazing reception on the Idalp stage at 2,320m altitude. The repertoire included: expressive songs from Zucchero’s current album ‘Black Cat’ and his global hits such as ‘Baila Morena’, ‘Senza una Donna’ and ‘Miserere’. The concert in Ischgl marked the start of Zucchero’s new ‘Black Cat’ world tour of 2017. “With the Top of the Mountain Closing Concert, we are able to look back on a successful and snowy winter season, thanks to the altitude of the Silvretta Arena. We are proud to have impressed our guests from the very first to the very last day this season,” says Andreas Steibl, Managing Director of the tourist board Paznaun-Ischgl. The ski season in Ischgl ends on 1 May 2017.
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