Sat 23.03.2024


"King Forever" Tour 2024

Olympic Hall

He is probably the most famous German rapper - and also one of the most controversial. Now Bushido has announced his departure from the stage. After an eight-year break, the Berlin rapper will be touring the country's major halls on what will presumably be his very last tour. On 23 March 2024 he will come to the Olympic Hall.

The artist, who grew up under the civil name Anis Mohamed Youssef Ferchichi, started his career a good 20 years ago. His solo album "Vom Bordstein bis zur Skyline" (From the Kerb to the Skyline), released in 2003, is today considered a classic of hip hop because of its musically atmospheric density - however, it has been on the index since 2005 because of its discriminatory lyrics. 

He reached number 1 in the album charts for the first time in 2007 with "7". His next seven albums also all reached the top position in Germany. In 2023, he once again caused a stir with his single "Dark Knight", a disco track in which he settled the score with his former companion Capital Bra - the singer with whom he recorded the song "Für euch alle" in 2018, which reached number one in the singles charts. When Bushido announced the plans for his next live performances in autumn 2023 after an eight-year absence from the stage, he also announced his farewell. "My last tour," he wrote on Instragram. On the "King Forever" tour, he will play nine arenas between 21 March and 14 April 2024, including the Olympic Hall on 23 March. "It will be an unforgettable experience," Bushido said in advance.

07:00 PM
Entry 05:30 PM
Olympic Hall


Concertbüro Zahlmann GmbH

Children under 6 years of age are not admitted to the event. Children between the ages of 6 and 14 may only be admitted if accompanied by a parent or guardian. An identification document must be carried.

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