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09/04 - 10/04/2022
International Spring Snow Festival Alp Trida
32nd Spring Snow Festival with comeback of the NO ANGELS
Fans have been waiting for this moment for a long time: The NO ANGELS are back! On Sunday, 10 April, they will make a comeback on Alp Trida. In the middle of the ski resort at 2500 m above sea level, the NO ANGELS will perform their first concert in Switzerland since 2002. «Back at last for the 20th time!» - Sandy, Lucy, Jess and Nadja return to the international stage.
Two decades after their meteoric rise, these four voices sound more stunning than ever before. While a large part of the track list reads like the ultimate best-of of the «Nullerjahre», the four angels go one better for the round anniversary and give their recently reawakened fan base four brand new tracks, which they recorded with their producer Christian Geller.
The No Angels are Germany's most successful all-female band of all time. As the first winning band of the casting show «Popstars», the No Angels were formed in 2001 and stormed the charts with their debut single «Daylight in Your Eyes» and their debut album «Elle'ments». Over the years they released several albums, broke records, won every award there was and touched millions of people. In 2021 they celebrated their 20th anniversary with a new album 20.
Comedy in the snow
The 32nd Spring Snow Festival on 9 and 10 April enjoys a humorous addition: On Saturday, 9 April, the new format "Comedy in the Snow" with Oropax, Rob Spence, Joël von Mutzenbecher and Sven Ivanic starts at 12.30 pm.
- The two brothers of the Chaos Theatre Oropax will lead through the programme, showing tidbits from their current programme.
- Australian-born Rob Spence has also been touring Switzerland very successfully since the 1990s.
- Award-winning Feel Good comedian Joël von Mutzenbecher is also currently conquering the entire German-speaking world and winning more and more fans with his sincere and uncynical brand of stand-up comedy.
- Sven Ivanic provides detailed insights into the life of a "Usländer" in Switzerland as well as anecdotes from the world of lawyers.