Important: Current information on our corona measuresMore Info
 > New Date! Rainhard Fendrich


all in one


postponed from 05/22/2020 and 04/16/2021


No access to the event for children under the age of 6. Access for children from age 6 to 14 only in company of a primary carer or custodian.

Olympic Hall
seating plan
Semmel Concerts Entertainment GmbH
+49 (0) 921 / 7 46 00 - 0
New Date! Rainhard Fendrich


New Date! Rainhard Fendrich

"Unfortunately, the ongoing situation, caused by COVID-19 makes it impossible for all involved to carry out Rainhard Fendrich's "STARKREGEN" concerts planned for April 2021. For this reason, the already rescheduled concerts will be moved again to spring 2022. We are keeping our fingers crossed for all of us that we will be able to play the new dates as they are now scheduled and we are very much looking forward to seeing you!" Tickets already purchased remain valid.

Rainhard Fendrich is back! With his new single "Burn Out", the Austrian music legend has already given provided a foretaste of his new album "Starkregen", due for release on 20th September.

In the 80’s–90’s, Fendrich reached the top of the European charts with "Macho, Macho", and hits like "Es lebe der Sport", "Weus'd a Herz hast wia a Bergwerk", or his unofficial Austrian national anthem, "I’m from Austria". At times humorous, often ironic and melancholy, Fendrich can be contemplative, yet he is always genuine, passionate – and unquestionably full of attitude.

On "Starkregen", his new album, Rainhard Fendrich continues what he began on his 2016 album, "SCHWARZODERWEISS": a profound and intense musical reflection of current events. The range of themes dealt with on "Starkregen" reflect Fendrich's astute powers of observation, characterizing the "common illnesses" of our time and their social expressions at times ironically.

Besides his criticisms of our era, Fendrich's album with his emotional ballads is highly convincing. When he goes on tour, “Nur die Liebe" or his retrospective "Mein Leben" is sure to ignite a sea of lights on the part of the audiences.

In February, Fendrich is set to turn 65, making it 40 years since he first debuted onto the stage. With his brand-new album out, he is set to play at the Olympia Park in May, celebrating new and old hits with his countless fans.

Local organizer: PGM Promoters Group Munich Konzertagentur GmbH