On five Saturdays, the stage at Doischberg in Fieberbrunn belongs to the great names of rock and pop. From smooth pop songs to gritty rock spans the musical spectrum at the Tribute Shows, which will tickle your ears on the stage Doischberg at the valley station of the Bergbahnen Fieberbrunn. On five selected Saturdays, the international bands will ensure absolute music enjoyment. And best of all: The concerts are free!
18 January to 14 March 2020
Stage Doischberg | Fieberbrunn
check18 January 2020: Bon Jovi
check8 February 2020: Lady Gaga
check22 February 2020: Ed Sheeran
checkSaturday 07 March 2020: Metallica
checkSaturday 14 March 2020: Aerosmith
Bon Jovi Tribute Show
In the 80s, the US-American band “Bon Jovi” began its journey on the Walk of Fame of rock heroes – and it was to be a long one. With songs such as “Runaway”, “You give love a bad name” or “Livin’ on a prayer” the boys from New Jersey – headed by frenetically cheered poster boy John Francis Bongiovi with his shaggy mullet – took to the major stages of the rock ‘n’ roll world. Almost four decades later, the band still packs ‘em tight in concert halls around the world, features prominently in soft rock compilations and is a regular in the charts. “New Jersey”, the band of the brothers Matteo and Alessio Gattei, shows the exceptional phenomenon of the world of rock ‘n’ roll due respect and is regarded as the Bon Jovi Tribute-Formation that comes closest to the original. With more than 100 tracks to draw from, beats and a raspy voice à la doyen “Bon Jovi”, they bring the spirit of the music icons onto the stage, captivating and uncontrived. With typical poses and straight rock‘n’roll, well worth hearing and seeing.
Lady Gaga Tribute Show
Revolutionising pop music – that was the aim of Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanottas. Successfully. Like a meteor, the New York native hit the world of international pop in 2008 as Lady Gaga with hits including “Just Dance”, “Poker Face”. What she left behind back then was a sea of hits, creative performances and polarising-provocative outfits. And no matter if with tender ballads or dance hits, in vinyl and leather or demure as in her blockbuster “A star is born” at the side of Bradley Cooper, one thing Lady Gaga will always remain: Remembered – and worthy of a tribute. That’s why the first Lady Gaga Tribute Band „The Fame Monster“ has been walking in the footsteps of the megastar since 2009, and brings a full load of the greatest tracks and perfect production in the extravagant style of the Italo-American singer onto the stage Frontwoman Dale Lapointe knows how to put the audience under the Lady Gaga spell with 100% live singing, elaborate choreography and up to ten costume changes per show. One of the most authentic Tribute Acts, not least because Lapointe has already stood on the stage with the Queen of Pop personally.
Ed Sheeran Tribute Show
At 17 years of age, redhead Ed Sheeran grabbed his guitar and set off to knock on the door of the international music world. Three years, fingers played sore daily, countless demo tapes and several hundreds of concerts later: the great breakthrough. With a touching voice, captivating stage presence and songs such as “Thinking out loud” or “Shape of you”, the charismatic “non-beau” catapulted himself onto the couch of 21st-century pop heroes. Sheeran got famous. Jack Shepherd is currently regarded as one of the best Sheeran-tributes altogether and in his programme “The Ed Sheeran Experience” resembles the superstar not only with his tousled hair and plain outfit. With the pedalboard as a loopstation and the Ed Sheeran-guitar, he brings the original sound unrimpled and authentic onto the stage. Uncontrived, just like Ed Sheeran himself. World hits of a superstar, performed by a talented thoroughbred musician, equals: Compulsive viewing.
Metallica Tribute Show
Since the 80s, one of the world’s most legendary Metal-Bands has been showing its fans the way “Straight to hell and boooooaaaaaaaaack”: Metallica. More than 110 million albums by the gloomy heroes have already been sold. Once bought, they made the walls of every (teenage)-room shake with their deep roars, high shrieks, fantastic riffs and pulsating drums. But away from the die-hard heavy-metal community, the boys headed by frontman James Hetfield also won listeners’ hearts with gentler melodies and ballads such as “Nothing Else Matters”. Metallica: A spectacular experience – not only with the original. The Italian band “SAD” is regarded as one of the hottest Live Rock’n’Roll Metallica Tributes of today. Approved and authorised in 2008 by “METCLUB”, Metallica’s U.S.-fanclub, the southerners bring more than enough initial sparks onto the stage with world hits such as “Enter Sandman”, “Master of Puppets” to send their audience to the Metallica-hell, dancing, roaring and headbanging. Worth letting out a roar for.