Mon 05.06.2023


Rock Believer-Tour 2023

Olympic Hall

The Scorpions are as old as the Olympic Park: they have been playing together under this name for more than half a century, since their foundation in 1972: The band around the legendary founders and frontmen Klaus Meine and Rudolf Schenker. Last year their anniversary tour was cancelled due to a pandemic, but now the Scorpions will finally make up for it - and come to the Olympic Hall on 5 June 2023.

It all started with a lonely crow: "Lonesome Crow" was the Scorpions' debut album, released in February 1972. It was the beginning of a unique success story. To date, Germany's most successful hard rock band of all time has sold more than 120 million records and played over 5000 concerts worldwide. Their big hits achieved cult status and still cannot be missing from any playlist of the greatest rock classics: "Still Loving You", "Rock You Like A Hurricane" and, of course, "Wind of Change", which became the anthem for the end of the Cold War and the fall of the Berlin Wall.

In 2022, the 19th studio album of the band around the congenial duo Meine/Schenker was released: On "Rock Believer", the Scorpions returned to their great times in the 1980s in purely musical terms. "We played as a band all together in one room and recorded the songs, just like we did back in the 80s," said Klaus Meine after the release. "We can't wait to get going again, to finally play for our fans again." After a long enforced break, they finally get to do that: on 5 June 2023 also in the Olympic Hall.

Special Guest: Thundermother

06:00 PM
Entry 04:30 PM
Olympic Hall


Propeller Music & Event GmbH

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Concert postponed from 10.06.2022

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