Stadium show in July 2022 – Die Toten Hosen celebrate their 40th anniversary in Zurich’s Letzigrund

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On July 17, 2022 Die Toten Hosen will perform in Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium. Tickets for this will be available from Thursday evening at 5 p.m.

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Die Toten Hosen will celebrate their 40th anniversary next year.

Tereza Mundilová

And front man Campino (center) puts 60 candles on his birthday cake.

And front man Campino (center) puts 60 candles on his birthday cake.

Tereza Mundilová

In 2019 the band film “Because you only live once” was released.

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  • 40 years of Die Toten Hosen + 60 years of Campino = uh, no idea, these are different units that cannot simply be added up.

  • But maybe you get to Campino with a rule of three from Die Toten Hosen?

  • Or would Pythagoras perhaps know what to do next?

  • Does anyone have contact?

  • Anyone

  • Hello?

It continues with the announcement of the arena show for next year: After Die Doctors in Thun, Die Toten Hosen will now play on Sunday, July 17, 2022 in Zurich’s Letzigrund Stadium. The tickets will be available from next Thursday, July 10th, at 5 p.m., initially exclusively in the Düsseldorf band shop. You can also get concert tickets at Ticketcorner at a later date.

The tour name “Alles aus Liebe – 40 Years Die Toten Hosen” indicates it cautiously: Next year the punk rockers will strap the big 4-0 on their backs. And leader Campino will celebrate his 60th birthday on June 22, 2022 – so fans can toast a double anniversary.

The pants herald a wild party

“Appropriate to the occasion, we would of course like to prove ourselves to be the perfect hosts”, the band is quoted in the announcement of the tour, “that is why we are already in the middle of the preparations for our milestone birthday, to give the guests and you a proper cow to let fly. “

20 Minuten will make a personal pilgrimage to Letzi next summer to check whether farm animals are actually being thrown across the stadium, and has already saved Peta’s number in the speed dial menu.

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Until then, here is a recording of the quintet’s last Swiss gig at the Greenfield Festival 2019, where the filmmaker apparently didn’t feel like it in the half of “Here comes Alex”:

And here are three songs from the live set at Open Air Gampel 2017:

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