City live in Berlin 2022 – what fans need to know

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City live in Berlin 2022 – what fans need to know

Updated: 06/15/2022, 05:30

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Concert: City will be in Berlin on July 23, 2022.

picture: Jens Kallini / D

The city is coming to Berlin on July 23, 2022 for an outdoor concert. All the important questions and answers about the concert.

50 Years of City: With their current album “The Last Round”, the band will be going on a big farewell tour in 2022 and will come to Berlin on July 23, 2022 for an outdoor concert.

In addition to new songs, the band about stand-up star Toni Krahl also has a selection of their most popular hits such as “Am Fenster”, “For example Susann” and “Glass Dream” with them. Fans can look forward to a special evening of music in Berlin, where the band once again relives 50 years of the band’s history, introducing their big hits and personal favorites.

Where will City’s performance in Berlin be?

The city’s open-air party is held at the Parkbühne Wuhlheide (An der Wuhlheide 187, 12459 Berlin). The circular theater, also known as the “Little Forest Theatre,” can seat 17,000 visitors without seats.

Are there still tickets to the concert?

Yes, tickets are still available for the City Concert in Berlin at Parkbühne. Fans should hurry though. Tickets can be purchased in advance on the organizer’s website (from €49.90 plus fees).



When will it start?

Admission begins on Saturday (23 July 2022) at 6 pm. The concert begins around 8 pm.


What songs will City play in Berlin?

Of course, the exact list for their concert in Wuhlheide may vary, but City played these songs in their 2017 performance in Düsseldorf:

  1. Maria’s words
  2. summer hearts
  3. on the window
  4. in the lilac bush
  5. It’s still summer
  6. Hope is a risk
  7. The blood is so loud
  8. dream glass
  9. Children (are these little hands)
  10. love say goodbye to love
  11. HeyYa (always forward)
  12. Father thinks
  13. sun and stars
  14. son of the earth
  15. Wall to Wall / I Feel Cold / Peppermint Heaven
  16. Fly around the world
  17. seven days
  18. For example Susan
  19. White House

Appearance:

  1. solo violin
  2. on the window

Is there a concept of cleanliness in Parkbühne Wuhlheide?

All events take place in accordance with current legal regulations: the relevant organizers ensure that hygiene measures are always monitored and monitored.

Here you will find the latest information on the concept of hygiene at Parkbühne.

In general: If you feel sick or even develop symptoms of COVID-19, please stay home!

How will the weather be?

>>> Here you will find the current weather for Berlin <<

How do I get to Parkbühne Wuhlheide?

The organizers recommend using public transport, since there are only a few parking spaces in the immediate vicinity of the Wuhlheide Parkbühne. These are located along and on both sides of “An der Wuhlheide” street. The theater can be reached by S-Bahn via the Wuhlheide (S3) station. From there it is about 900 meters – or about an 8-minute walk – through the park to the entrance to the open-air theatre. The park square can be reached by tram lines 27, 60, 61 and 67 (“Freizeit- und Förderungszentrum” stop). From there the path is marked.

Can tickets also be used on local public transport?

Pre-purchased tickets usually include return fare on the S-Bahn, U-Bahn, tram and bus (VBB ABC tariff areas) from two hours prior to entry until 3 AM the next day. An exception is “Print @ Home-Tickets”, which are not assigned.

What can I bring to Parkbühne Wuhlheide?

Non-alcoholic beverages are allowed with a maximum of 0.5 liters per person in a Tetra-Pak or PET. No glass, cans, bulky items of all kinds, bags and backpacks larger than DIN A4, weapons or pyrotechnics, video, photo and audio recording equipment, as well as tablets, laptop computers and animals.

Here you will find more information about the admission regulations for the Parkbühne Wuhlheide.

Live City in Berlin, Saturday 23 July 2022, Entry from 6pm, Concert starts at 8pm, Parkbühne Wuhlheide, An der Wuhlheide 187, 12459 Berlin



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